Beetroot is one of our healthiest root vegetables and has a host of health benefits. Among other things, it contains a lot of fibre, antioxidants and nitrate in high doses.
What is beetroot good for??
What makes beets so useful is, among other things, that they are naturally rich in nitrates. Nitrate causes the levels of nitric oxide in the body to increase. When the levels of nitric oxide (NO) in the body increase, it causes the blood vessels to dilate. It can improve circulation in the body and in the long run help to balance blood pressure.
- Beetroot powder is commonly taken before training and sports because it is said to be able to increase performance.
- Beets are full of vitamins and antioxidants
- Beetroot is said to help keep blood pressure under control
These are just some of all the benefits beetroot has. A real superfood!
You can read about all studies at the bottom of this blog post.
How to use beetroot?
Beetroot is good for mixing in smoothies or drinks. Personally, I usually take 2 tspMagic Mind which contains beetroot andProtein Power before I go to work out in a glass of water. It means that I perform better in the gym and have more stamina.
Magic Mind has a very good and peppery taste and is therefore perfect to mix in a glass of water and drink.
Why you should order from us
All our Superfood powders contain only organic ingredients. They are also gluten-free and vegan so that you as a customer will get the purest and best.
Products containing beetroot
Our new productMagic Mind contains beetroot.
Brain Power smoothie with Magic Mind
'Brain Power' smoothie contains our new Magic Mind superfood mix. We love both the taste and the boost it gives us, suitable to start the day with or as a snack.
A fresh smoothie packed with nutrition and vitamins. With Berry Beautiful superfood mix to counteract sweet cravings, reduce inflammation, lower blood pressure and strengthen the skin with the help of antioxidants. Beetroot is also pure brain candy as it is full of nitrates that contribute to more oxygen-rich blood.
Studies and information