Beet History and Health Benefits

Root vegetables (or beets) has been around for more than four thousand years, and most of that time, people were aware of the benefits of beets. Discovered in Mediterranean countries, as it is known to help digestion, but it was not until Germany found that they could commercialize the sugar content in the eighteen hundreds that is widely used as an alternative to sugar cane.

Today we all know the health benefits of beet giving this wonderful little purple root, which is consumed all over the world in various forms. The juice is full of antioxidants that fight cancer-causing free radicals in addition to vitamins and minerals, trace elements and is high in fiber. The root of the advantages of beets is in almost every part and function of the body.

Firstly, it reduces blood pressure. It has iron content of the regeneration of red blood cells; it destroys calcium deposits in the arteries, and it is one of the best detoxifiers around due to its choline content, it supports liver function and improves digestion.

In combination with carrot juice, beet juice cleanses the gall bladder and kidneys, flushing toxins from the body. It also helps in gout because of its cleansing action, which also treats liver and bile toxicity. You can also add the lemon juice to your beet juice to raise the cleaning effect! And combine beet juice with from other fruits juices – it does not need to sweeten, because it has a high proportion of natural sugars.

Once you have made your mixed juice, drink them as soon as possible, before vitamins and other useful things oxidize. You can store beet juice in the refrigerator in a sealed glass jar, but a maximum of two days for the best benefits of beets.

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