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Cool down with a smoothie from Juice It Up

I don't have smoothies often, but when the weather begins to heat up, nothing is more refreshing than a blended mix of ice, fruit, and frozen yogurt.  Made with fresh ingredients, Juice It Up is the perfect place to grab a smoothie for a quick snack or cool down treat.  Nearly all of Juice It Up's smoothies are gluten-free, so there's plenty of options to go around.

Some of Juice It Up's classic smoothies include the Strawberry Wave, made with strawberry juice blend, non-fat yogurt, banana and strawberries.  If you want somtehing with more of a citrus feel, the Pineapple Punch with orange and pineapple juice, non-fat yogurt, banana, strawberries and pineapple will do the trick.

If you are looking for something lighter, try one of the smoothies with no-sugar added yogurt or one of the dairy free "freezes" made with tea, crushed ice, and fruit.  You can always add protein powder, wheatgrass, or an energy boost to make your smoothie a bit more substantial.

Juice It Up also offers fresh squeezed juices and and Brazilian fruit bowls (just ask for no granola).

So when you are in the mood for a cool and healthy treat, stop in to Juice It Up and get into the smoothie groove.

For more info:  Juice It Up is located at a variety of locations across Southern California.  For the location nearest you and product information, visit




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