Beetroot Juice


The popular research surveys suggest with assurance that drinking beetroot juice is possible be a simple way to maintain a healthy cardiovascular system. Coined as the new ‘super food’, it can drastically reduce high blood pressure. What more, is nutritious juice is renowned for being a great liver cleanser.


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The popular research surveys suggest with assurance that drinking beetroot juice is possible be a simple way to maintain a healthy cardiovascular system. Coined as the new ‘super food’, it can drastically reduce high blood pressure. What more, is nutritious juice is renowned for being a great liver cleanser. Owing to the similar grounds, it is often advisable to use just a small amount of this "powerful tonic" mixed with other vegetable or fruit juices so as not to push the body into detoxifying too quickly. Beetroot is also believed to regenerate the cells of the immune system, build and purify the blood and improve the circulation. It is ideal for alkalizing the system through its rich sources of caroteniods, flavanoids, betacyanin, folate, silica, vitamins and other essential minerals for the human body.

 
Juice Ingredients

Beetroot juice is not only blessed with a beautiful color but also packed with nutrients. A detailed view of this parcel comes out to be like:
  • Vitamins: Beetroots are a good source of folic acid and vitamin C. It also contains small amounts of vitamins B1, B2, B3, and vitamin A in the form of beta-carotene.
  • Minerals: Rich in calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, and sodium. Also, smaller amounts of iron, zinc, copper, manganese, and selenium.
  • Amino Acids: While raw beets are mostly water and carbohydrate, they also contain small amounts of all the amino acids (protein).
  • Calories: One 2" (5cm) beetroot contains 35 calories.
  • Antioxidants: Its carotenoids and flavanoids can help reduce the oxidation of LDL cholesterol which could lead to damaged artery walls and ultimately heart attacks and strokes.
  • Anti-carcinogenic Color: The deep red color of beetroot comes from betacyanin. This prevents from colon cancer.
  • Silica: The rich stock of silica in it does perfect utilization of calcium in the body and is also required for healthy skin, hair, nails and bones.
 

Origin
The cultivation of beetroot can be traced back to somewhere around 4,000 years ago. The ancient Babylonians were the first to use it for various applications. Early Greeks and Romans used the root for its medicinal properties and the leaves as vegetables. Moving ahead with time, beetroot held an important place in Renaissance (14th-16th century) medicine and was often used for treating various ailments.

In medieval England, beetroot juice or broth was recommended as an easily digested food for the aged, weak, or infirm. Even in mythology, Aphrodite is said to have eaten beets to retain her beauty. In folk magic, if a woman and man eat from the same beet, they will fall in love. In Africa, beets are used as an antidote to cyanide poisoning. In the present times, beetroot is extensively cultivated on the coasts of Europe, North Africa and Asia, as far as India, and is found in muddy maritime marshes in many parts of England.

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