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Bomb Beet Juice Recipe

Updated: Mar 7

It seems like everybody and their mama is doing a juice cleanse right now and since I have been meaning to share some of my favorite, most refreshing juice recipes, what better time than now, right? I am featuring my one of my favorite juicing recipe! This bomb beet juice is lightly sweet, refreshing and detoxifying. This blend is the perfect blend of sweet meets citrus!

I am not on a juice cleanse, but I do juice regularly and it helps me curb sugar cravings, feel better overall and helps me get in lots of veggies/chlorophyll/nutrients while giving my digestive system a break. I juice enough for no more than two days (three days max) and normally, I juice every other day.

If you are new to juicing, there are a few things you need to know to optimize the benefits. This article helped me correct some of the common juicing mistakes I was making when I first started. From the timing of when you juice, to "chewing" your juice, to cleaning your juicer, it all matters and if you're going through the effort, you definitely want to do it right.

So let's quickly talk about juicers. There are masticating and centrifugal juicers, both having their pros and cons. I started with a centrifugal juicer, as they are cheaper, to make sure I was really into this whole juicing thing.

I loved the benefits of juicing so I invested in a cold-pressed juicer because they maintain more of the juices nutrients and produce a higher quality juice. Here is the juicer I currently use and have had for over 3 years.

Over the years, I have had at least three different juicers and this one is by far the most quiet, easiest to clean and most compact. Click here purchase yours on Amazon (if you purchase, be sure to click on the link so ya girl gets her affiliate cut)!

Cleaning/prepping your produce:

I make my own fruit/veggie wash with:

about 1/3 sink full of cool water

1/2 cup of Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) or distilled vinegar

2 tbsp of baking soda

I let them soak for about 10-15 minutes, swirling the produce in the rinse/rubbing to clean them.

After I make the juice, I strain it in an extra fine strainer to make sure my juice is smooth and free of pulp.

My first recipe in the series is a beet juice that is perfectly sweet, citrusy and full of nutrients.

1 beet

1 green apple

3 stalks of celery

1 lemon

2 cucumbers

1 inch of ginger

1/2 inch of turmeric

optional: cilantro (I love adding some cilantro to my juice)

Makes two 400ml servings of juice (just over 3 cups)

Enjoy! I know I did! Did you make this juice recipe? I need to know!

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