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ABCs Juice

Today is end of Tuesday. Last week I promised to post a new juicing recipe every Monday. I know, I know, I admit it I’m late. But it’s better late than never, right?

I’ve been really busy lately… If you follow me on Facebook, or Twitter, you probably already know that I’m getting ready for my 3-week vacation to go to my homeland, Mongolia. I’m super excited to see my family and friends in a week. 

Enough of excuses, let’s get to my next juicing recipe. This juice is called ABCs… Stands for apples, beets, and carrots/cabbages. I personally love beets, so I really enjoyed this juice. It has sweet and earthy taste. Apples and carrot gives natural sweetness, and beet has earthy taste.

I know some people don’t like beets, but let me tell you how good it is for you. Beets are rich in various vitamins and minerals, such as potassium, magnesium, beta-carotene, vitamins A, B, C. Beets are great source of energy, as it’s high in carbohydrates. Beets are also very beneficial for pregnant women, because it has nutrients that promotes new cell growth and it’s great source of iron. Another great health benefit of beets is that by adding this superfood in your diet, you help to protect your body from all sorts of cancer and heart disease. Did I convince you to try this juice yet? 

You will need:

Juicing: ABC Juice

Fresh juicing: ABC Juice

One great thing about juicing is that you don’t have to worry about having everything that recipe calls for. If you don’t have chard, for example, just use lettuce, or spinach.   

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ABCs Juice

Yield: 24oz


  • 2 small apples
  • 1 medium beet with green tops
  • 1 carrot
  • 1/4 of a large cabbage
  • 3 handfuls of chard (or lettuce)


  1. Run everything through the juicer and serve over ice.
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