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Beet Root Review

Beet Root Review Beet Root is the taproot portion of the beet plant, a dark red vegetable. Its tasre is described as sweet, earthy and tender to eat. During the Roman times, it was used to treat fever, constipation, wounds, skin problems, and was used as an aphrodisiac. The Betanin content found in Beet Root is used industrially as red food colorant, to improve the color and flavor of tomato paste, sauces, desserts, jams and jellies, ice cream, sweets and breakfast cereals. On the other hand, Beet Root is an excellent source of folate, manganese, Niacin, and among many others. Beet Root has been shown to increase the level of antioxidant enzymes in the body, specifically glutathione peroxidase, as well as to increase the number of white blood cells responsible for detecting and eliminating abnormal cells. Also, it is an excellent source for glutamine, an amino acid essential to the health and maintenance of the intestinal tract. Studies have been conducted that beet root may have a positive impact on hypertensive patients since it may reduce blood pressure levels. Beet root also contains high concentration of nitrates, which are then converted into nitrites by the bacteria in the mouth. These nitrites help open blood vessels in the body, increaseng blood flow and oxygen to places that lack oxygen levels. Also, nitrites may also increase blood flow to the brain. It is also known as Beetroot juice, Beet, Beetroot, beetroot.
Beet Root
Also Known Beetroot juice, Beet, Beetroot, beetroot
Description Beet Root is the taproot portion of the beet plant, a dark red vegetable. Its tasre is described as sweet, earthy and tender to eat. During the Roman times, it was used to treat fever, constipation, wounds, skin problems, and was used as an aphrodisiac. The Betanin content found in Beet Root is used industrially as red food colorant, to improve the color and flavor of tomato paste, sauces, desserts, jams and jellies, ice cream, sweets and breakfast cereals. On the other hand, Beet Root is an excellent source of folate, manganese, Niacin, and among many others. Beet Root has been shown to increase the level of antioxidant enzymes in the body, specifically glutathione peroxidase, as well as to increase the number of white blood cells responsible for detecting and eliminating abnormal cells. Also, it is an excellent source for glutamine, an amino acid essential to the health and maintenance of the intestinal tract. Studies have been conducted that beet root may have a positive impact on hypertensive patients since it may reduce blood pressure levels. Beet root also contains high concentration of nitrates, which are then converted into nitrites by the bacteria in the mouth. These nitrites help open blood vessels in the body, increaseng blood flow and oxygen to places that lack oxygen levels. Also, nitrites may also increase blood flow to the brain.
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Wiki Last Updated: 2016-02-14

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Side Effects

Beet root contains high levels of oxolate so, individuals who have a history of oxalate-containing kidney stones should avoid over consumption of beet root. However, Beet root has been found to be potentially safe.

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