Chiropractor's Blend Pure Organic Beetroot Ultra Strength
1300mg per serving
All Natural Pure Organic Beetroot Ultra Strength 1300 mg per serving!
- Supports Improved Blood Flow
- Lower Blood Pressure
- Increased Exercise Performance
Beetroot (Beta vulgaris) is a root vegetable also known as red beet, table beet, garden beet, or just beet. Packed with essential nutrients, beetroots are a great source of fiber, folate (vitamin B9), manganese, potassium, iron, and vitamin C. Beetroots are a good source of nutrients, fiber, and many plant compounds.
Beetroots and beetroot juice have been associated with numerous health benefits, including improved blood flow, lower blood pressure, and increased exercise performance. Many of these benefits are due to their high content of inorganic all natural nitrates.
The main plant compounds in beetroots are:
Betanin. Also called beetroot red, betanin is the most common pigment in beetroots, responsible for their strong red color. It is believed to have various health benefits.
Inorganic nitrate. Found in generous amounts in leafy green vegetables, beetroots, and beetroot juice, inorganic nitrate turns into nitric oxide in your body and has many important functions.
Vulgaxanthin. A yellow or orange pigment found in beetroots and yellow beets.
Research shows that diets rich in nitrites and nitrates can have positive health effects, including lower blood pressure levels and decreased risk of many diseases. Your body can convert dietary nitrates — such as those from beetroots — into nitric oxide. This substance travels through your artery walls, sending signals to the tiny muscle cells around your arteries and telling them to relax. When these muscle cells relax, your blood vessels dilate and blood pressure goes down. High blood pressure can damage your blood vessels and heart. What’s more, it’s among the strongest risk factors for heart disease, stroke, and premature death worldwide. Eating fruits and vegetables rich in inorganic nitrates may cut your risk of heart disease by lowering blood pressure and increasing nitric oxide formation.
Studies show that beetroots or their juice can reduce blood pressure by up to 3–10 mm Hg over a period of a few hours. Numerous studies suggest that nitrates can also enhance physical performance, particularly during high-intensity endurance exercise. Dietary nitrates have been shown to reduce oxygen use during physical exercise by affecting the efficiency of mitochondria, the cell organs responsible for producing energy.
A harmless aftereffect of beetroot consumption may cause a small percentage of people’s urine to become pink or red. This effect is entirely harmless but people often confuse it with blood.
In summary, beetroot’s health benefits include improved heart health and enhanced exercise capacity, both of which are attributed to their inorganic nitrate content.