Fresh beet juice

Made with the Oscar Juicer

juice it, purée it, milk it, wet and dry grind it

Fresh beet


4 medium sized carrots
1 medium sized beetroot
1 large granny smith apple
1 medium sized lemon
1 inch ginger


Thoroughly wash all your ingredients.
Before you start juicing, put a couple of ice cubes into your collection bowl. This will chill your juice as you process.
Peel the lemon.
Chop your apples (cutting as a # works best), lemon and beet lengthwise into 4 equal pieces for easy feeding through the feeding tube.
Turn on your juicer and start with the beetroot.
Next juice the carrots, lemon, ginger and apples.

Mix these well in your collection bowl and enjoy your fresh beet juice.

Did you know?

The main ingredient in the "fresh beet juice recipe" Beetroot is one of the sweeter vegetables available and is used for salads and juices. Beetroot is rich in nitrates that are known to reduce blood pressure and reduce the risk of strokes and heart related disease. Beetroot also includes a pigment called betacyanin which gives it the beautiful red colour.  Betacyanin is a powerful antioxidant that speeds up detoxification in your liver.

Carrots are the number one vegetable recommended for eyesight due to the high content of beta-carotene and vitamin A, which improves eyesight. Carrots are rich in antioxidants which fight cancer causing free radicals, these antioxidants also slow down the ageing process.

Lemons are very good for you, they contain vitamin C, B6, A, E, Folate, Niacin thiamin, Riboflavin, Copper, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Potassium, Zinc and Protein. They can be used to treat throat infections, indigestion, constipation, dental problems and high blood pressure. Lemons strengthen the immune system and are also considered an excellent blood purifier.

Nature’s very own tooth brush, apples stimulate the production of saliva, reducing the bacteria in the mouth while reducing tooth decay. Apples are rich in soluble fibre stabilising sugar levels reducing mood swings and lowering cholesterol levels.