Red Beet Cooler Juice Recipe

red beet cooler

Looking for a powerful, antioxidant rich, detoxifying juice? Then here’s the perfect recipe for you. The red beet cooler features beets, carrots, oranges, and mint.


Beets provide us with energy, assist the liver in cleansing, strengthen the heart and purify the blood.


Carrots benefit not only the eyes, but also the skin, digestion, heart, brain and the immune system.


Oranges are full of vitamin C and provide relief from constipation, fight viral infections, and helps prevent kidney disease.


Red Beet Cooler Juice

makes approx 12 ounces

1 small or medium beet
4 carrots
2 oranges, peeled
8-10 mint leaves

Wash and cut up everything to fit into your juicer chute. Roll up the mint leaves and push them down inside the orange. They’ll juice better that way. Put all ingredients through your juicer. Pour into a glass and enjoy.

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  1. Hey everyone, so I’ve been on the juice-only fast for 6 days now. I’ve been having the Classic Reboot recipe everyday (Kale, ginger, cucumber celery, apples, lemon), today I thought I’d try this Beet juice recipe for a change.

    I noticed that after my first sip the juice was a little abrasive on my throat, and after 5 minutes I instantly felt faint and light headed. I spelt for a few hours, I woke up and felt the same, light headed. The next morning, I was alot better, but not 100%. I’m a very healthy, 30 y/o male, I’ve had beets, carrots and oranges recently, but not juiced, and not together.

    Any ideas why this might have happened? Basically the beet-carrot-orange juice made me feel very light headed, bothered my stomach and left me very uncomfortable. Any help would be appreciated

    1. Beets are strong cleansers and you could have been feeling some detox symptoms. You could cut back on the beets or add some filtered water to your juice and see how that goes.

  2. Thanks Carey for the response and advice. Truthfully I’ve been nervous about having the beet juice but next time I make it, I will cut down on the beets, and perhaps add filtered water.

    I’ve just completed my 10 day juice fast, and just contiplating what to do tomorrow… whether to continue or try some cool recipes from your site.

    Thanks again

  3. I just made this drink and am in LOVE with it! I have been feeling gross from the holiday foods and drinking more than usual. It is so yummy and very easy. I am a huge fan of your site now, I stumbled upon it just this morning.

    Thank you!

  4. This is great, I am from the Dominican Republic and my grandmother would make us carrots, beet and orange smoothie with carnation milk and sugar for the kids, she used to say we were anemic because of how skinny we were. I’m glad to have this recipe for adults as I know all the sugar she would put in ours was not so healthy.

    1. my brother have a very very very weak heart and he is on dialysis. He is loosing muscle. I want to know what I should juice for him to strengthen his heart and help gain back his muscle. Thank you Also I appreciate any suggestion.

      1. Naomi,
        I can’t give advice for specific medical conditions. I suggest you find a nutritionist or holistic practitioner in your area who can assess your brother’s condition and offer support. Sending prayers from this end.

  5. I just tried this one. Yum! It’s a keeper. I am on day nine of a juice & smoothie fast. Going well but after reading this blog maybe I ill make three days juice only for the cleansing aspect.

  6. I have just started juicing and would like to know…how much does this recipe make and how much are you supposed to drink a day? I have found conflicting info on the web. Some say 8 oz every other hour and water in-between. From 9 am to 7 pm. Does this sound about right? Thanks for your help.

  7. I also felt light-headed and almost intoxicated the first time I ever made a beet detox, but at the same time I somehow knew that it was because my body was under extreme reconstruction from the juice. The recipe was similar to this one. I have to say though, I tried this recipe, and I like it much better than others that I have tried. The oranges take the edge off the bitter beet taste and you still get the benefits of beets!

    1. Yes, but beets are best in small amounts. Juicing the beetroot and the greens together is too strong for most people.

  8. I am a large guy 257lbs. I am weigh over weight. I am choosing to change my lifestyle by juicing and eating whole foods. I have been juicing a recipe: from 1 handfull of Spinach, 3 stalks of Kale, 2 stalks of Celery, 1 handful of Parsley, 2 stalks of Broccoli, 1 handful of Cilantro,1 peeled Cucumber, and a chunk of Ginger peeled. I m new to this jucing thing. I don’t think I could handle juicing for all three meals. Maybe once a day. I just need a jump start to help me get this in gear. Any suggestions….

    1. Tony,
      Once a day is a great place to start and can provide great benefits for your health!

  9. Hi, I just bought a healthmaster elite. Can I use the juicer recipes or should I use recipes specifically for an emulsifier?

    Thanks, Dawn

    1. Dawn, You may need to peel the fruits and veggies and add some water to make a better consistency.

  10. i want to know the amount of the water i can put if i making a green juice,
    pls clarify if i need to put a water evrytime i will make a green juice or any smoothies.
    how many ounce of the water?
    thxs a lot,

  11. I’m going to try this today. I have had this mix before minus the mint. Just so happens that I have some mint growing in a pot right now that is ready to go into my juicer

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