Bril­liant Beets

Rachel Grun­well’s en­er­gis­ing beet­root juice

Good - - CONTENTS - Recipe and words Rachel Grun­well. Pho­tog­ra­phy and styling Aimee Fin­lay-Magne in­spired­ @in­spired­healthand­fit­ness In­spiredHealthNZ

There are so many ben­e­fits to beet­root juice. Beets have an­tiox­i­dant and anti-in­flam­ma­tory prop­er­ties, con­tain brain func­tion­boost­ing vi­ta­min B3 – and I also love how they taste in this drink.

The colour al­ways pops out at me when I make beet­root juice, I love it. But that vi­brant colour comes at a price! I used to avoid us­ing beets be­cause they are so messy to pre­pare but I got over that be­cause I know they are packed full of good­ness. To avoid red­stained fin­gers from pre­par­ing beets, wear kitchen gloves. Or just han­dle them quickly with bare hands and wash your hands with warm soapy wa­ter im­me­di­ately af­ter­wards.

For more of Rachel’s smooth­ies and juices head to Rachel is a mum, marathoner, writer and yoga teacher.

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