3 Reasons Why Beets Are Good For You

Did you know that beets are a proven natural remedy to lower blood pressure naturally? In fact, their effect on the body is so tangible that Olympic athletes drink beetroot juice before competing to improve their athletic performance. Even if you’re not an aspiring Olympian or suffering from hypertension, beetroot has some serious benefits for you. Read on to find out!

Beetroot Juice

Here are compelling health benefits for your 3 of our most vital organs – heart, brain & liver – that may convince you to add beetroot into your regular diet.

1. Helps lower blood pressure

Beetroots are a rich source of nitrates, which convert to nitric oxide that helps to open up blood vessels. This in turn helps to lower blood pressure and heart rate.

In a 2014 study, researchers found that drinking a cup of beetroot a day helped to reduce blood pressure.

2. Improves Brain Function

Similarly, nitrates in beets improve blood flow to the brain, which in turn improve brain function.

A 2017 study demonstrated the ability of beetroot juice to improve blood flow to the brain during exercise. Those who consumed beet juice showed improved function in the areas of the brain related to motor control, emotion, and cognition, compared to those in the placebo group.

3. Promotes Liver Health

Beets are rich in betaines that help your liver eliminate toxins by encouraging the detoxification process. The antioxidants in beets also help to protect your liver from oxidative stress and inflammation.


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Add beetroot to your diet with any of these juices

flaminglow | heart beet | abc | 50 shades of red | goji beetroot latte

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