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Ginger Beet Detox Juice

Fun Fact: Don’t toss the beet stems! Many health benefits are found in the leaves in addition to the beets themselves. Consuming the greens can improve your eyesight, enhance brain power and reduce inflammatory pain associated with arthritis.


  • 2 large beets, de-stemmed, peeled, and cut into 1-inch pieces (save stems)
  • 2 medium apples, cored & cut into wedges
  • 2 small oranges, peeled and cut into wedges 
  • 1 large carrot, peeled
  • 1 1⁄2 inch piece ginger, peeled


  1. Thoroughly wash and prepare all ingredients.
  2. Set beet stems aside.
  3. Juice beets, apples, oranges, carrot, and ginger.
  4. Lastly, juice beet stems. Stir the mixture gently.
  5. Pour over ice (optional).

Note: Freshly made juices are best consumed within 30 minutes to an hour after preparation. Some settling of ingredients may occur.

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  • Beth johnson

    I’m on blood thinner, warfarin @ 5mgs or 10mgs daily.
    Am also type two diabetic on 25mg Jardiance & 4mg Glimepiride daily. Are there any smoothies I could use safly as a morning meal replacement using collegene. Thank you.

    NativePath replied:
    Hi Beth! Although there are typically no negative interactions with collagen and medications, we do suggest checking with your physician prior to adding any supplements if you are currently taking prescriptions. Have a great day!