Beetroot can be eaten in various forms, either we can squeeze it and drink the juice, or we eat it raw in the form of salad or boiled, or in soup or puree, or in the oven. A lot of food can get color, flavor and extra vitamins by simply adding beets. Vitamins A, C, B complex, sulfur, sodium, calcium, iron, iodine, potassium and antioxidants in beetroot help treat many ailments. Beetroot is a complex of vitamins and minerals and, in addition, cures liver diseases, cardiovascular and digestive disorders, strengthens immunity and is a powerful anti-inflammatory, detoxifying and energizing. Beetroot contains the whole complex of vitamin B, potassium, manganese, vitamin C, vitamin A, magnesium, phosphorus, iodine, calcium, sulfur, antioxidants and iron, in other words everything the body needs ", explains doctor Daniela Stan. Beetroot is one of the most complex foods, scientifically proven to fight cancer and other diseases. Beetroot juice, in addition to the benefits to the body, is also a formidable ally in serious diseases, such as cancer, as well as in improving the effects of chemotherapy and radiation therapy, says the specialist. "Consumption of beetroot juice is done only on the doctor's prescription, because an excessive amount can cause vomiting, nausea, or dizziness," says the doctor. Benefits Diabetes: It is one of the foods that stabilizes the blood sugar of patients with type I and II diabetes. It has diuretic effects and prevents cardiovascular complications of diabetes. Chronic hepatitis Beetroot juice protects liver cells, helps them regenerate and stimulates them to function normally. Beetroot prevents the progression of chronic hepatitis to cirrhosis or liver cancer. Cancer Beetroot contains enzymes and substances with antitumor properties, which means that juice and salad are best for treating and preventing cancerous tumors. Consumed regularly, it prevents and treats leukemia, lung, colon, rectal and gastric cancer due to the fact that it is rich in antioxidants. High blood pressure can also be treated with beets: half a glass of beets a day lowers blood pressure by up to 20 percent of its initial value. Anemia Beetroot contains iron, magnesium and vitamin B6, and can fight anemia, stimulating the formation of red blood cells. It is recommended a cure for a month, 150 grams of raw beets, once every two or three days. "Do not be afraid of certain signs that appear after eating red beets. In 15% of people, the urine turns red, but it does not show any disease. Excessive consumption of beetroot juice (over 400 ml) can cause temporary paralysis of the vocal cords or nausea, "says the doctor. It is a low-calorie food (43 kcal / 100g), does not contain cholesterol, the nutritional value coming mostly from fiber, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. It is an important source of phytochemicals, which positively influences the properties of the blood. A 100 g serving of raw beets provides 27% of the recommended daily dose of folic acid, but also vitamin C, vitamin A and carotenoids.
Beetroot and carrot juice ingredients: · 1 1/2 cup diced beets · 1 1/2 cup diced carrots · 1/4 cup water · 4 tablespoons lemon juice · A pinch of red Himalayan salt · A handful of mint leaves Method of preparation: Blend the beets and carrots. Add 1/4 cup water, lemon juice, mint and Himalayan pink salt. Mix and pour into 2 glasses.
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