Vampire Juice - For Mortals

Warning! This is a HEALTHY Halloween post. It looks like a TRICK but your body will think it's a TREATAs we approach Halloween, I'm preparing myself for the sugar-fest that will undoubtedly ensue. You can try to deny it but we both know your going to eat too much candy. Why not do something healthy for your body at the same time? Get a super charged healthy boost with my blood red Vampire Juice. 

I feel terrible admitting this but my least favorite vegetable is the beet. However, beets and beet juice are excellent for you and I know I should add them to my diet. My solution was to juice them, that way I could gulp them down quickly. However it turns out, I love this juice. I'm not sure if it's the vibrant color, the kick of ginger, the earthiness from the root vegetables mixed with citrus. Whatever it is, I crave this blend whenever I need a boost.

Vampire Juice is high in Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin B6 and is packed full of a wide range of anti-oxidants. Plus it has anti-inflammatory, anti-aging, energy and immune boosting properties. 

Vampire Juice

Makes 1 serving

1 medium size beet - peeled and chopped
3-4 carrots - scrubbed and chopped
1-2 oranges - rind, pith and seeds removed (or see below)
1/2 lemon - rind, pith and seeds removed (or see below)
1/4-1/2 inch chunk fresh ginger

Pass all ingredients through a juicer. My latest technique for citrus is to cut them in half, then use my manual citrus juicer to extract the juice. Then add the citrus juices to the beet/carrot/ginger juice and stir to blend. Pour into a glass and enjoy as soon as possible.

Cheers to our health!

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