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A Study in Shades of Purple – Beetroot

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A study in purple with hues of pink, ️red, ️maroon and orange – for the love of beet – this is one you should eat! Cook or roast it, slice and dice it, juice it, grate or mash it, beets are so full of goodness you should have it! Raw, boiled or steamed its nutrients are a ️fount of health for your body. Due to its richness in nutrients Beetroot has been used through-out time in treatment of kidney disorders, anemia, ️dandruff, heart disease, constipation, indigestion, cancer, ️piles and gall bladder disorders. It improves blood circulation, help in the prevention of macular degeneration and cataracts as well as dementia. It is a known performance booster as it stimulates the blood vessels. The soluble fibers stabilize blood sugar level in the body which aid diabetics. Beets ️detoxifies the body and is your liver’s best friend. It furthermore facilitates sufferers with respiratory illnesses and is good for your skin. Beets are low in calories. Not containing cholesterol, but it must be mentioned that of all the vegetables their sugar content is the highest, which is why beet-sugar can easily replace cane sugar. Also rich in fiber, folic acid, carbohydrates, copper, vitamin C, glycine, zinc, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, betaine and iron. It also contains organic compounds like lutein/zeaxanthin & carotenoids. Furthermore, it is a source of beneficial flavonoids called anthocyanins, rich in antioxidant beta cyanine, which reduces LDL cholesterol. Containing silica, it helps with forming a strong the skeleton(bones).  From the root to the leaves including the skin, beetroot has reigned supreme in human’s diet over the ages! It can even be used as a natural hair dye and promote shining hair.

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