Here You Will Learn:
- The Benefits of Drinking Beetroot Juice
- What The Beetroot Contains
- My Recipe for My Beetroot Juice
- When You Should Drink It
- What This Juice Has Done For Me
- Possible Side Effects
- Another Juice You Should Try Out
Beetroot Juice is an awesome juice for your bloodstream and respiratory system. Now I’m quite sure everyone has tasted the canned beets or already bottle Beet Juice. It has a sweet taste and no pulp. Well if you juice your own Beets. It doesn’t have the best taste and kinds grainy. Now that’s the way you want to consume this Juice. With no Preservatives and no sweetener. That’s just how you want it. Let’s get into what it actually contains.
- Vitamin B9
- Vitamin C
- 4 Whole Beetroots
- 4 Whole Carrots
- 1 Ginger Clove
- 16oz Mason Jar
- 1 Knife
- 1 Peeler
- 1 Food Cutting Mat
- Black & Decker Juicer
Benefits Of This Purifying Juice
- Slow Progression of Dementia
- Maintain Healthy Weight
- Prevent Cancer
- Good Source of Potassium
- Good Source of other minerals
- Support your Liver
- May reduce Cholesterol
- Lower Blood Pressure
Now that’s just some of the benefits!!
When Should You Drink It?
Preferably drink Beetroot Juice on an empty stomach first thing in the morning. It’s best to drink it when you first wake up. Whether you’re a night person or morning person. Drink this when you wake up.
Wait 30 minutes to drink water or eat anything. It’s best to let the juice settle in your stomach before your first meal.
What This Juice Has Done For Me:
When drinking this juice on an empty stomach. I have seen it do amazing things for me. I’ve been able to breath a whole lot better. My energy level has increased by 1/2 and not only that. My skin isn’t looking as pale as it was. Which is so much better!!
There are so many benefits of Juicing your own Juices. One major reason, YOU KNOW WHAT’S IN IT. The Drinks and Food we normally buy everyday on the market. Let’s face it we have no clue what’s actually in it. We are trusting the Food Industry to provide us with nutrition we need. When actually it should be the opposite.
Possible Side Effects:
Consuming Beetroot Juice or a bowl of beets can cause your urine and/or bowels to be bright red or pink in color. Mostly it can be tolerated well by individuals who are not kidney stone prone. Be mindful this can happen so keep that in mind.
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