Carrot Apple Beet Ginger Lemon Juice

if you like beet juice, this might be a good take on it, if you don’t than don’t try it, I doubt that there is a way to make a light beet juice, beet is kind of an radical vegetable, specially when it comes to juice. I do find the combination of apples and beet to be very interesting. This is a more layer juice recipe which works great in different type of cleanses.

Nutrition Benefits:

Carrot known as a rich source of vitamin A which takes a big part in improving vision, An urban legend says eating large amounts of carrots will allow one to see in the dark. the beet contain a lot of oxalic acid which helps with stress and digestion issues.


3 Carrots
1 Fuji Apple
2 Beet
4 Celery ribs
1.5 tbsp Ginger
0.5 oz Lemon juice


juice, mix and drink

14 Replies to “Carrot Apple Beet Ginger Lemon Juice”

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  2. I have tried the “Mean Green” juice and now my wife and myself are indulging in Beet juice. We had it with,2 green apples, 3 celery sticks, 1 lg cucumber, parsley, 1 pc. of ginger, 1/2 lemon, 5 stalks of kale, and 2 lg. carrots.


      1. I peel the lemons and put them as a whole into the juicer, that’s since the Breville juice fountain has 3.5 inch tube, which will easily fit a lemon or a grapefruit. another alternative where you wont have to peel the lemons is to use a citrus press.
        as to the ginger – I use around 0.5 inch of ginger, but you can play around with it if you want it to be more or less spicy.

  3. i was wondering if you are supposed to steam/cook the veggies like the beets and carrots and ginger to make the blending easier!

    1. Cooking the produce before you juice it will eliminate the fresh enzyme in the juice, also I’m not sure if it will juice better or just mush it. interesting suggestion though.

  4. Do you peel the ginger first? I used some today and it was quite noticeable. I’ll use .5 ” next time. Also do you peel the carrots?

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