Beet roots have grown in popularity because they are nutritious and economically sustainable. Beside the raw natural form, dietary supplements are commercially available. Some common forms are capsules, juice, tincture and powder.
Beets have an abundant amount of vitamins: A, B1, B2, B6, and C. Beet root is high in important minerals: chlorine, folic acid, iodine, manganese, organic sodium and potassium. It is a good source of fiber and carbohydrates in the form of natural digestible sugar.
Beet root is practically fat free. It's good for your heart because it contains soluble fibers, which help reduce your high blood cholesterol levels. It also purifies the blood and enhances your circulation.
Beet root may help in treating a number of conditions including acidosis, anemia, atherosclerosis, blood pressure, constipation, dandruff, gastric ulcer, gall bladder and kidney ailments, gout and varicose veins.
Beet root has two antioxidant enzymes that protect your cells. This also reduces toxins in your body, cleansing your liver, gall bladder and kidneys. The fiber in beet root improves the excretory function of your bowels.
Beet root can boost your stamina, allowing you to perform physical activities at higher level. The nitrates in beet root reduce your cells' oxygen consumption, thus increasing stamina.
Don't consume too much beet root. It is very strong. The potent toxin cleansing juice can make you dizzy if you're not used to it.
There many online supplement shops selling beet root products. Also, visit your local supplement/vitamin shop to see the breadth of supplement products available and to discuss supplements with a sale representative.