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Feeling your oats? Jump to Jamba Juice on Wednesday

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Jamba Juice wants to give you a jump-start on your resolution of staying healthy in 2010. Every Wednesday in January, Jamba Juice is selling its organic, steel cut-oats for 1$ -- down from the regular price of $2.95. Not too shabby.

With a hump-day starter of oats and a choice of three real fruit toppings (banana, a mix of blueberry/blackberry and cinnamon apple), you know you're going to either be peppy or poopy by the end of the day. And rather than peeling the corner of the box and nuking the oatmeal mix for four minutes, Jamba Juice takes forty minutes to prepare the oatmeal -- yet still promises to have a bowl ready when you walk in.

Find a list of Jamba Juice outlets -- as well as all the so-good-for-you background on the menu -- here.

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