Heart Fortress Juice

Our friend Jose named this beet juice “Heart Fortress” juice after his second day on the Young and Raw: SuperHuman Health Makeover. And for good reason! Beets are a serious power veggie. Betacyanin, the pigment which gives the beet its dark red colour, is an amazing antioxidant which fights an array of cancers. If you or someone close to you is hoping to naturally lower their blood pressure, beet juice will do it. Not only that, but beet juice has also been proven to prevent cardio-vascular disease. We’re serious green juice addicts, so today was a rare occasion, however after experiencing the joy of a yummy beet juice and all of it’s benefits, this recipe is going to become part of our weekly routine.

2 Beets

3 carrots

4 stalks celery

1 tbsp ginger

2 tbsp lemon

1 apple

What’s your favourite beet juice recipe?

Happy Juicing!

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Sheleana Jennings

Owner & Co-Visionary at Young and Raw
Sheleana has a home base in Vancouver, BC with her husband Caleb and her kitty Maya and spends much of the year traveling. Her life's mission is to educate and inspire millions to re-connect with their inner guidance and find balance through nutrition and lifestyle. YoungandRaw.com now reaches hundreds of thousands of people every month, from 78 countries around the world. Her passions include researching, writing, reading and exploring nature. Sheleana's favorite areas of study at present are nutrition, hormonal & women's health, natural birth, pre-post natal nutrition and Ayurveda.
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About Sheleana Jennings

Sheleana has a home base in Vancouver, BC with her husband Caleb and her kitty Maya and spends much of the year traveling. Her life's mission is to educate and inspire millions to re-connect with their inner guidance and find balance through nutrition and lifestyle. YoungandRaw.com now reaches hundreds of thousands of people every month, from 78 countries around the world. Her passions include researching, writing, reading and exploring nature. Sheleana's favorite areas of study at present are nutrition, hormonal & women's health, natural birth, pre-post natal nutrition and Ayurveda.

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