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BEETROOT EXTRACT

Beets are an affordable natural multivitamin, and are filled with disease-fighting and anti-inflammatory benefits. The bright purple color means they're packed with rich antioxidants, which promote health, great skin and anti-aging benefits.

Beets are a great root to add to a detox or a cleanse. They cleanse the blood, kidneys and colon, and can also help revive the liver. Great for reducing cholesterol and fighting heart disease, this super food also provides B-complex vitamins to improve mental health and clarity.

Beetroot juice has become a secret-weapon-of-choice among athletes seeking natural performance. Whether the yellow or red kind of beets, the juice provides excellent blood purifier capabilities.

From my own personal experience, drinking one cup of beetroot juice daily helped lower blood pressure. People with hypertension who eat vegetables rich in nitrates, such as lettuce and beetroot, can lower their blood pressure, as Beetroot contains the highest percentage of nitrates, which can significantly lower blood pressure (BP) in hypertensive individuals. A glass of beet juice a day may not keep the cardiologist away, but it could give your heart a solid boost, especially for people with high blood pressure. Beet juice is also beneficial in the treatment of jaundice, hepatitis, nausea. Beets are known for causing both stools and urine to turn into red. If this happens do not be worried, as it may reduce the formation of cancer-promoting nitrosamines from dietary nitrates.

Standardized extract of Beet root contains 0.3% Betanin. Beets contain polyphenols and betalains, which are getting quite a bit of medical attention as important natural antioxidants. One ingredient found in many of today's green super-food formulas is red beetroot powder, which is made from dehydrated beets and then ground into a powder. Although the benefits of beets are not often shouted through the rooftops, red beet roots and beet juice have a storehouse of plant-sourced nutrients and a tremendous amount of healing potential. Beets are a very good source of dietary fiber, potassium, manganese, and folate. Beets are also a good source of Vitamin C, zinc, copper, and iron.. Beets have been clinically proven to support liver function in rats. Recent clinical research suggests that beets and beet juice are useful in healing a variety of degenerative conditions.

Polyphenols and betalains are seeing an increase in attention within the scientific community. Research over the past ten years is increasingly documenting the importance of polyphenols in the human diet. According to the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, polyphenols, a type of antioxidants, are clinically proven to prevent cardiovascular disease in humans. Positive results from animal studies suggest that polyphenols would be beneficial in cancer, osteoporosis, and neurodegenerative disease cases. This is because polyphenols go beyond the action against oxidative stress that most antioxidants perform.

Betalains are also getting more attention within the scientific community. Betalains were "discovered" in 2001 as a class of antioxidants found most prevalently in red beets. A relatively low daily dose of betanin, 300 ml (one and a quarter cups) from red beet juice has been clinically demonstrated to be enough to reverse the effects of free radical damage and oxidative stress in humans. Medical researchers are optimistically suggesting that beets and beet juice may be a useful healing therapy for a variety of degenerative diseases.

BEETS ARE GOOD FOR OUR DAILY DIET :

Beets contain a high concentration of polyphenols and betalains. Eating a diet rich in polyphenols and other antioxidants before undergoing any type of surgery has been proven to reduce post-operative complications, according to a study published in a 2007 in an internal nutritional journal. In this experiment, red beets were added to the regular diet of rats. Low blood pressure was induced for forty-five minutes to the point where liver cells were damaged. While in this state, a variety of liver tests were performed, then the rats were allowed to recover. In the group of rats who were fed beets, the liver antioxidant levels were significantly increased, as was the levels of copper and zinc. The researchers concluded that a diet high in natural antioxidant, such as those contained in red beets and beet juice, help liver cells heal faster after surgery.

Beets are an affordable natural multivitamin, and are filled with disease-fighting and anti-inflammatory benefits. The bright purple color means they're packed with rich antioxidants, which promote health, great skin and anti-aging benefits.