Start by washing/scrubbing your beets and ginger. Peel and cut the beets into small pieces that you can feed into the juicer. You don't need to peel the ginger, just make sure it's small enough to feed into the juicer.
Simply feed the ginger then the beetroot into your juicer.
Add the lemon juice - just squeeze the lemon separetely (see video) or remove its rind and pass it through the juicer as well.
Stir well and drink up.
The juice is best consumed fresh, to get the maximum amount of nutrients. You can also divite it into 2 servings or into smaller shot-size portions (60ml). Store in an airtight glass containers in the fridge for 2-3 days.
Note* If you only have a blender, then don't worry you can also make juice with a blender. It does add an additional step to the process and leaves a lot of additional pulp (which a juicer won't) - but it IS possible. Simply remove the ingredients peels, blend till smooth and then strain through a nut milk bag or fine mesh sieve, squeezing/pressing- to get out as much juice as possible. Note* In terms of side effects - when you start drinking beetroot juice, this can make your urine and bowel movements red-ish in colour. Ways to customise this recipe:Beetroot and ginger are both strong flavours - which can put people off. However, there are a few ways you can customise this recipe to improve the flavour, while retaining the various health benefits.
You could add apple juice to the mix - the burst of sweetness will cut through the 'spice' of ginger and earthy beetroot (3-4 apples added to the recipe)
If lemon isn't what you're in the mood for then you could add orange juice to this recipe instead. Not only will it help sweeten the combination - it pairs wonderfully with ginger and beetroot and adds extra vitamin c to the juice.
This last one might sound a bit weird - but sometimes all you need is to serve your juice with some ice-cubes and that's enough to make it feel more refreshing and easier to drink.