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8 Benefits of Beet Juice

In the world of health and wellness, there's no shortage of juice trends. And while they're all great in their own ways, I think that beet juice deserves a little extra love. I have been looking into alternatives to sipping a glass of wine at the end of my day and found that beet juice, or the occasional cherry tart juice, in a wine glass does the trick.

I feel like I'm drinking but I am actually nourishing my body instead - wild I know. Take a peep below for ~said benefits~

8 Benefits of Beet Juice

  1. Helps lower blood pressure.

  2. Improves your stamina and endurance while exercising.

  3. May slow the progression of dementia in the elderly by reducing inflammation in the brain.

  4. Can help you maintain a healthy weight by reducing hunger cravings and stabilizing blood sugar levels between meals.

  5. May prevent cancer by regulating cell growth and inhibiting tumor growth in animal studies.

  6. A good source of potassium, iron, magnesium, manganese, sodium, zinc, copper, selenium and more vitamins and minerals that keep your body running smoothly!

  7. A good source of folate which helps support your liver function as well as fetal development during pregnancy (so make sure you eat them regularly)!

  8. Can reduce cholesterol levels which is great for heart health!

So what's the catch? There's one thing that might put you off from drinking beet juice: the color.

You know what I'm talking about: that bright pink color that's going to show up in your toilet bowl every time you drink it.

So I did some research and found out the truth behind this phenomenon: beets are used as a natural dye! So if you're not into seeing bright pink whenever you go to the bathroom, then maybe beet juice isn't for you. But if you're down with some pink-colored poo—and living a long, healthy life - then drink up babe!




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