Popsicles are such a fun way to help your children get more healing fruits into their bodies. They’re also cooling and refreshing, making them a perfect summertime treat. These pretty two-toned popsicles will bring healing benefits to whoever eats them.
Oranges (and their cousins, tangerines) are full of the coenzyme glutathione, which goes into activation because of their high content of flavonoids and limonoids. This is a relationship medical research has not yet tapped into. Together, glutathione, flavonoids, and limonoids fight off viruses, protect the body from radiation damage, and deactivate toxic heavy metals in the system.
Wild blueberries are armed with dozens of antioxidant varieties that science does not yet know about, along with polyphenols, anthocyanins, anthocyanidins, dimethyl resveratrol, and as yet unknown cofactor adaptogenic amino acids.
Orange & Wild Blueberry Popsicles
Pour the orange juice in popsicle molds, going about half way up. Freeze for at least 5 hours or until set.
Pour the wild blueberry juice on top of the orange juice on the molds.
Cover with the lid and/or insert a popsicle stick in each pop. Freeze the pops until solid.
Makes about 8 popsicles
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This item posted: 06-Jul-2022
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