papaya juice

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Noun1.papaya juice - juice from papayas
juice - the liquid part that can be extracted from plant or animal tissue by squeezing or cooking
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The Apple Kiwi Kale has apple juice and "kiwi juice blend" along with its kale and banana, and the Lemon Ginger Spinach has "papaya juice blend" along with its spinach, kale, carrots, and fruit.
A refreshing papaya juice might just be the thing to prepare you for a long hard day's work.
On the graveyard shift for P50 a night, Estrellado balanced himself on a block of wood extracting papaya juice for atchara, at the longstanding branch near the corner of Sucat Road and President Avenue in BF Paranaque.
Antioxidant potentials of Iranian Carica papaya juice in vitro and in vivo are comparable to alpha-tocopherol.
The big splash is that this juice contains not just papaya juice but papaya leaf extract.
BLOs in Ghaziabad and Gurgaon also offered some advice on how the blue ink, which a voter gets after casting his vote, can be erased using chemicals and papaya juice.
This is further supported by another study in which the PTAFR gene, which is known to be responsible for increased platelet production and aggregation, was expressed 13.42-folds among the patients who consumed the papaya juice as compared to the control group, indicating that the juice had played an important role in addressing the arresting of bleeding tendencies among these patients.16
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The recipes themselves ranges from Dark Chocolate Frozen Yogurt; Purple Corn Lucuma Pancakes; White Bean Hummus; and a Tangy BBQ Sauce; to Quinoa Fried Rice; Sweet Potato with Empananda Beef Stuffing; Caprese Salad with Sacha Inchi Oil; and Papaya Juice. Impressively informative, beautifully illustrated throughout in full color, exceptionally well organized and presented, "Peruvian Power Foods" is an extraordinary cookbook that is highly recommended for personal, family, and community library cookbook collections.
It was found that papaya juice was viscous and rich in papain [13], so it was easily foaming during mixing process.
We stopped for a refreshing papaya juice in a mountain cafe, and to admire the view with the Roque Nublo (rock in the clouds) pointing skywards like a spiky finger in the distance.