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Beetroot and Carrot Juice with Bee Pollen 

Elevate your day with our vibrant and nutritious beetroot and carrot juice that will make your heart “beet” faster in more ways than one! Packed with heart-healthy ingredients and topped with energizing bee pollen, this refreshing juice is perfect for athletes aiming to surpass their personal bests or anyone looking to nourish their body and soul.


  • 2 medium-sized beetroots, chopped
  • 3 large carrots, chopped
  • 3cm piece of fresh ginger
  • 1 lemon
  • 1 tablespoon bee pollen, for topping (optional)
  • Ice cubes, for serving (optional)


  1. Wash and prepare all the vegetables and fruits as indicated in the ingredients list.
  2. Juice the Ingredients: Using a juicer, juice the beetroots, carrots, ginger, and lemon, alternating between the harder and softer ingredients to ensure optimal juicing.
  3. Mix and Chill: Once all the ingredients are juiced, stir the juice well to combine the flavors sprinkle the bee pollen over the top of each glass. Bee pollen adds a nutritious and energizing touch… perfect for anyone seeking an extra boost of vitality.
  4. Sip slowly and savor the vibrant flavors, allowing the nourishing properties of the juice to invigorate your body and soul.

Nutrtional Facts:

Despite their hardy appearance, beetroots are a delicate vegetable with a unique group of antioxidants called Betacyanins – it’s these pigments that give the beetroot their strong colour and they are a key source of their benefits – particularly for supporting the liver, improving circulation and purifying the blood.

The phytochemicals in beetroot stimulate the production of glutathione, a detoxifying antioxidant that combines with an array of antioxidant pigments to aid liver function and neutralise the excrete toxins. Its antioxidant properties are believed to help lower cholesterol and blood pressure, while the B vitamins improve nerve function, helping to maintain a strong regular heartbeat. A combination of iron and antioxidants helps feed and purify the blood while improving its oxygen uptake make beetroot a useful remedy for anaemia.

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