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Now "healthy cocktail" recipes available to provide some healthy benefits when entertaining
A Canadian company, in the health and wellness industry, has come up with some delicious cocktails using their product.
Our World Network, a Canadian Company with head office in Vancouver British Columbia, has come up with some healthy cocktail recipes. Our World Network, also know as OWN, is a leading manufacturer in the health and wellness drink industry with a product called Youth Juice. The 7 berries, elderberry, red raspberry, blueberry, blackberry, boysenberry, black currant, and cranberry, are all grown in the pristine Okanagan valley of British Columbia and is bottled in Summerland British Columbia. To this synergistic blend of berry purees, OWN scientists have added the amounts reflected in clinical studies, of Ellagitannins and Kombu Fucoidan. This sea vegetable is hailed by healthcare professionals worldwide for its ability to assist in proper weight management, fat metabolism, inflammatory response and joint mobility, and in the removal of environmental toxins. Along with Kombu Fucoidan, they have added two more sea vegetables, bladderwrack and sea lettuce also known as Ulva.
Additionally, with the naturally-occurring Resveratrol found in the synergistic blend of berries, every ounce of Youth Juice contains as much of the potential long-term health benefits of this powerful anti-aging compound as three glasses of red wine.
One of these recipes is as follows:
YJ Breeze (non-alcoholic)
Sparkling water of Club Soda
1 oz. Youth Juice
1/2 oz. Pomegranate Juice
Fill high ball glass with ice
Add Youth Juice and Pomegranate.
Top with Club Soda
Garnish with 2 blueberries and sprig of mint.
This cocktail can be enjoyed by any age group. For more recipes that have alcohol in them go to http://www.fucoidanforhealth.com
At this site you will also be able to find more information about the product and how and where it can be purchased.
When entertaining, it is important to remember to drink responsibly even if you are drinking "healthy cocktails".
Page Updated Last on: Jan 11, 2011