Beetroot is rich grocery with nitrates which are precursors for the synthesis of nitric okid (NO) that dilate blood vessels and thus improves circulation and lowers blood pressure. Because iron that contains, beetroot helps if you have a problem with anemia. It is available in summer and winter, so you could prepare fresh juice from beet at any time of year.
Beetroot is rich in important nutrients, insoluble fiber and phytochemicals. 100 g fresh beet contains only 36 calories.
Beetroot juice cleanses the blood
Beetroot is particularly rich in minerals such as potassium, phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, manganese, iron, copper, selenium, iodine and cobalt. It contains antioxidants, B vitamins, including most folic acid (vitamin B9) and vitamin C. All these micro nutrients reduce the risk of heart disease, diabetes, inflammation and cancer. Beetroot juice is especially good for cleansing the body from harmful toxins because it encourages the liver to secrete more bile salts.
Beetroot juice is especially useful for older people
The nitrates that are present in beetroot juice speed up and improve blood circulation, especially in the brain. Precisely because of this, beetroot juice is recommended for older people suffering from dementia and memory loss.
Beetroot juice helps with anemia
Beetroot is exclusively rich in iron, and on the other hand with vitamin C. In order to absorb the iron in the body, vitamin C is necessary. Further to enhance the absorption of iron from the beetroot juice you can mix the juice of citrus fruits like lemon, orange, grapefruit, etc. which contains additional amounts of vitamin C.
Beetroot helps to lose weight
Beetroot is great for complete detoxification of the body and ridding the body of accumulated toxins. It improves the digestion and accelerates the emptying of the bowel because it contains a lot of insoluble fiber. It all goes in favor if you want to reduce your weight, keeping in mind the fact that this grocery contain very few calories.