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Healthy Fruit Juice

I think beetroot is the most underrated vegetable. But the fact is beet is a good antioxidant. It is also a good source of lot of nutrients. Do not get fooled by the dark red color :).
Here is one great juice recipe which includes beets yet tasty..


1 big Beetroot or 2 medium/small Beetroots
2 large Carrots
1 Apple
1 cup purple Grapes(Any kind of grapes will work. I am just going with the color theme.)
Juice of 3 Oranges
1 tablespoon honey
leaves from 2 sprigs of mint


In a juice jar take all the ingredients and extract the juice. It will be easy if you are using a fruit juicer but if you are using a blender like I did, just pour the mixture into a regular strainer and press the juice into a bowl.  Discard the residue and pour the juice into a glass and enjoy..


Add a dash of lemon juice to make it taste even better. 
You can always use store bought orange juice but for me I prefer using fresh juice. If you go with store bought juice use 1/4th to 1/2 cup.
Having this juice in the morning will help the efficiency of your digestive system :)


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