Beets for a Healthier Lifestyle

A glass off beetroot juice, a cooked beetroot and a raw beetroot cut in half
Delicious. Absolutely delicious!

Beets are vegetables that belong to the species amaranth plants family. They are common to cultivate, but you can also find them in the wild.

Some are familiar with the many health benefits of beetroot. But fewer know the other beets, which are also good and useful.

All beets have low-calorie content, so they're far from what we call empty calories!

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Health Benefits Beets Can Provide

The most common beet is the beautifully red beetroot, which is loaded with fiber, vitamin C, and the substance nitrate.

According to several studies, nitrate has been shown to lower blood pressure and oxygenate muscles and the brain, which can increase endurance in both physical and mental exercise.

Other varieties of beets are the yellow beet, polka beet, and white beet.

They do not contain as many antioxidants as their red relative. But they have many other benefits, and they taste a little sweeter.

Beets contain alkaloids and folic acid that lower the body's homocysteine level, which regulates how easily blood coagulates. A low homocysteine level reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease.

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Beetroot is packed with nutrients

Do you know how good beetroot can be for you? Especially if you want to level up your physical performance? In our article Beetroot: Feel the Beet! What Is It And What Is It Good For? we go through what beetroot is and some surprising (and amazing) benefits it can provide.

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