The natural juice that we suggest today has been used throughout the years as a fantastic way to boost the immune system, provide energy and improve the blood. Nevertheless, its popularity gains as it is reported to be able to treat cancer as well!
What most people like about this juice apart from its health benefits is its simple preparation. In fact, it only takes 3 minutes to get it ready to drink. However, be prepared that its taste may not be exactly mouth-watering, but if you consider its amazing health benefits, it’s well worth trying!
Hence, if you are constantly tired, depressed or you need more energy, this juice will undoubtedly be your miraculous elixir!
- 1 lemon
- 3 apples
- 35 oz / 1 kg of beetroot
- 35 oz / 1 kg of honey
- 17 oz / (1/2) kg of carrot
- 3 oranges
Method of preparation :
This miraculous elixir start by washing all the ingredients well and go on by mixing them in a blender. When you are done blending, you will get a reddish mixture. Pour the mixture in a jar or a bottle and store it in the fridge.
Use:This miraculous natural juice is taken in the morning on an empty stomach. Drink half a glass each morning.
Reasons why you should drink beetroot juice:
Beets were initially only used for their leaves. It took a while before the wonders of the beetroots themselves were discovered. Beetroots are now widely used in culinary and can be eaten in different forms: raw, boiled and even baked. Russian soup “Borscht” is probably the most popular beetroot cosine. However to get most nutrients out of your beetroots, it is best to consume them raw. Juicing is a great way to enjoy most of the health benefits raw beetroots have to offer.
It might come as a surprise to many, but beets come from the same botanic family as chard and spinach. Although most of us familiar with the red beetroot, it can be found in different colors. Besides the familiar red ones, there are also white, orange and golden beetroots.
Beets are great source of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and dietary fiber. Beetroots are rich in vitamin C, manganese, folate, vitamin B6, betaine and potassium.
The greens parts of beets are a good source of vitamin A, vitamin C, iron, copper and calcium.
Improve Blood Flow
Beets are considered to be high nitrate food. Those nitrates turn into nitrites with the help of mouth bacteria and those increase the blood flow to the brain.
Reduce Blood Pressure
High amount of nitrates in beets help to decrease blood pressure. Researches have shown that drinking two glasses of beet juice on daily basis can significantly reduce your blood pressure.
Detoxifies The Liver
The betaine contained in beetroots is known to support healthy liver function.
Treats Iron Deficiency and Anemia
Red beetroots have significant amount of iron. Consuming beetroots and drinking beet juice helps in regeneration of red blood cells. Beetroots help in preventing and treating anemia. It is also known to be good home remedy for menstrual disorders and menopause symptoms.
Good for Muscles
Researches have shown that drinking beetroot juice increases muscle strength and power. Many athletes start to incorporate beetroot juice into their daily regimen to achieve better athletic results.
Good for The Skin
Beets are considered to be a great anti-aging remedy. Thanks to the amount of folate, it fights wrinkles and other skin problems. Drinking beet juice on daily basis will help you have a healthy glowing skin.
Prevents Birth Defects
The folate and folic acid found in beets helps prevent birth defects. Pregnant women are advised to consume moderate amounts of beetroot juice to fulfill the need in those compounds.
Helps with Constipation
Beetroot juice is known for helping with digestive problems and improve metabolism. Those strong digestive effects of beetroots make them a great natural cure for constipation.
Has a Positive Effect on Our Mood and Mental State
Juice made from beetroots with beet greens contains betaine and tryptophan, which have a relaxing influence on our mind. The betaine substance also used to treat depression.
Beetroots contain lots of antioxidants; those improve the immune system and help fight inflammation.
Beet Juice Dangers
One of the non-harmful side effects of drinking beetroot juice is the effect it may have on your stool and urine. Be prepared as it may turn red.
Although moderate consumption of beetroot juice can help with anemia, iron deficiency and help detoxify your liver, too much beetroot juice might actually have a negative effect on all of those.
People who had kidney stones problems should avoid drinking beetroot juice.
Beet Juice Cleanse
As it was mentioned earlier beetroot juice has powerful detoxifying properties. It helps flash toxins from different parts of our bodies. To achieve best cleansing results it is best to drink fresh detox juice at the morning.
The detoxifying effect of beetroot juice might be too strong for some of the juicers, especially those who only starting their juicing experience. It is a good idea to mix beetroots with other vegetables to create powerful but not overwhelming detox juices.
Liver Cleanse Juice
This liver detox juice is made of beetroots, apples, carrots, celery and ginger. The pectin in apples is good for digestion and helps to break down toxins. Carrots have a role in protecting the liver from harmful radicals. Celery strengthens the liver. Ginger helps the liver function better. All those together with the benefits beets have on liver detoxification make a great tasting and effective liver cleanse juice.
Storing Beetroot Juice
Although beetroot juice can be stored in a refrigerator for almost 3 days, it is recommended to drink it as fresh as possible. Minutes after making it, is the best time to drink beetroot juice in order to enjoy all the nutrients it has to offer.
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