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This is what will happen to your body if you eat one beet a day





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Beet is one of the healthiest vegetables to have due to the fact it contains many health properties, and can relieve symptoms of many diseases and medical conditions.

Beets are red because they contain Anthocyanin, which also gives them its powerful anti-cancer properties. Moreover, Beets contain betaine, a natural anti-inflammatory substance that supports heart health, as well as important minerals and vitamins like vitamins B1, B2, B6, C, magnesium, iron, iodine, phosphorus, potassium, and copper.

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Beetroot can balance cholesterol levels, improve blood circulation and support liver health. It fights Anemia and has the ability to cleanse the body of toxins. It preserves blood vessels and slows down the aging process. It is rich in cellulose, antioxidants, and pectin, which is a special fiber that improves metabolism. The healthy vegetable can protect you from fatty liver diseases.

Beets can also improve your endurance level, fitness, and your performance during training, which is why it is so popular among athletes. It is a vegetable that can be eaten raw, cooked, baked or in a juice. Do not throw away its leaves, as they can be cooked and also rich in potassium. In fact, they contain 644mg of potassium per half cup.

According to many studies, consuming foods rich in potassium and reduced consumption of foods rich in sodium can reduce the risk of stroke by about 21 percent!

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Beets contain large amounts of cobalt, which helps in the production of vitamin B12. It is an essential vitamin for the formation of red blood cells. Beets contain pigments that remove toxins and wastes from the body, and are rich in betacinin, an ingredient that prevents the growth of cancer cells.

As you can see, beets are extremely healthy, and it is very important to add them to your daily diet.

So make yourself a beetroot stew, beetroot shake, or any other form. There are countless recipes and options to consume beets, and your body will thank you very much!


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