Beets have long been used in traditional medicines around the world for various reasons, especially to support normal digestive function and blood health. Nitrates in Beets can make exercise less tiring by reducing the amount of oxygen the body needs to use. A recent study from the University of Exeter in the UK suggests that drinking juice from the Beet root can boost stamina and increase endurance up to 16% — more than is possible by any other known means, even training! Another study on Beets, performed by researchers at Barts and the London School of Medicine, indicates that drinking just a pint of Beet root juice daily helped maintain healthy blood pressure levels. Beets may also be helpful in supporting liver health and eye health, as well as encouraging normal cholesterol levels and discouraging acute inflammation. Beets help maintain blood purity, aid elasticity of cell walls, and provide iron to support and oxygenate blood cells. The absorption of this iron is aided by the copper content in Beets. Folate, a B vitamin essential for normal tissue growth, is also found in rich quantities in Beets. Folate from BEET is particularly important for pregnant women and may prevent neural-tube birth defects. Beets are also a good source of bioflavonoids, manganese, potassium, vitamin C, magnesium, and phosphorus. Dietary fiber, both soluble and insoluble, is another helpful component of Beets, as well as carotenoids such as beta-carotene, lutein, and zeaxanthin. Beets are also highly alkaline, which makes them excellent for helping the body combat unhealthy acidity.
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