Jamba Juice Probiotics and Sweet Potato Soup in Today's Eater's Digest

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Jamba Juice Goes Probiotic
This week Jamba Juice debuted its latest addition to their line of healthy fruit filled drinks. The new Probiotic Fruit and Yogurt Blends come in three nutritious flavors - Vibrant Berry, Strawberry Alive and Thrivin' Mango. Each smoothie combines whole fruit with soymilk and non-fat yogurt plus a shot of Jamba Juice's Probiotic Boost which contains more then 500 million active cultures per serving. To welcome the newest member of the family, Jamba Juice is offering you a chance to grab a 12 oz Probiotic smoothie for just $1. Starting Monday January 10th, go to www.jambajuice.com and download the coupon, then present it to any Jamba location through January 23rd. If your digestive system is right on track, the coupon is also good for a 16 oz Coldbuster smoothie for $2 or a bowl of steel cut oatmeal for $1. Get Healthy!

Sweet Potato Soup
Sweet potatoes. Delicious, nutritious, and orange. In 2010 we saw a huge rise in the amount of sweet potatoes used in recipes and it looks like we are going to see even more in 2011. Share My Kitchen is getting a head start on the food trend with her Sweet Potato and Celeric Soup. Packed with protein and low in calories. A great warming soup that will keep you on the healthy eating track.

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