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Beet, Apple, and Mint Juice

Detox Cred: Antioxidant superstars, red beets contain betalains, compounds that fight inflammation and support your detox by neutralizing toxins and making them water soluble and easily flushed from the body. In one study, beet fiber increased the production of detoxifying enzymes in the liver.

  • Servings: 1
Beet, Apple, and Mint Juice

Photography: Bryan Gardner

Source: Whole Living, January/February January/February 2012


  • 1 small beet, chopped
  • 5 carrots, chopped
  • 1 apple, cored and chopped
  • 1/4 cup fresh mint sprigs


  1. Press beet, carrots, apple, and mint sprigs through a juice extractor. Stir and serve immediately.


Reviews (14)

  • MamaLego 19 Mar, 2014

    Delicious, thank you so much for the yummy morning juice recipe. I will definitely be sharing this!

  • Brianna R 9 Dec, 2013

    You can use a vitamix but it will
    Make more of a smoothie. In order to get just the juice you have to strain it.

  • Jdice61 3 Apr, 2013

    Wondering if you can use a vitamix? I don't own a juicer

  • Kylee Mady 17 Feb, 2013

    It was ok. Mostly all I tasted was beet.

  • rosita45 8 Feb, 2013


  • Bella_1 7 Jan, 2013

    Very refreshing, I have also added a couple knobs of ginger, one knob if you don't like strong ginger taste.

  • jamie9793 4 Jan, 2013

    So far this is the one breakfast I detested the most. Like the other reviewer said, the carrot was the most potent flavor. I found it to be very sweet and the flavors did not mesh well for me. Give it a try though, it is very interesting to say the least.

  • CaitiL 14 Aug, 2012

    Very impressed with how much I liked this. Surprisingly, the carrot taste was the most potent (or I had extremely large carrots). I threw a couple ice cubes in, which made it cool and refreshing.

  • cookiemomsta 17 May, 2012

    I rather enjoyed this juice. I love beets, apples, and carrots, so I figured it was a go. My mint plant died this week, so I didn't get a chance to use it. I will agree with the previous poster that said this was a VERY cleansing juice. The next morning I felt very clean after my morning bm. Don't be alarmed when it's red either, it's the beets!

  • hollygiauque 20 Feb, 2012

    i was weary of trying this, but i love beets, mint and apples, so, why not!!! i actually loved this!!

  • 802karen 13 Jan, 2012

    What a messy process - not as tasty as the fruitier juices - we'll try again but maybe add a bit more apple or mint. Beets can really stain EVERYTHING so be very careful of placement and flying drips.

  • cindyswett 5 Jan, 2012

    My first thought was Yuck but this turned out to be my favorite so far. I couldn't taste the beet and the mint was really refreshing.

  • oz_jen 4 Jan, 2012

    I'm honestly surprised you would include this juice in the first few days of a detox. I have experience and training with juicing for health and healing and have not known too many who could handle more than a small portion of raw beet in their juice when starting out. Beet has significant cleansing properties but I would recommend those consuming this juice to start with a quarter or half beet initially.

  • law93 3 Jan, 2012

    Never had beets before, this drink was good though it tasted a little dirty.

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