Detoxify the liver, deflate the belly. The food that cannot be missing in your refrigerator is this: it is cheap, it is good and can be used for smoothies, juices and salads. A true ally for the figure and health


Beetroot is a plant root scientifically known as Beta vulgaris belonging to the same family as sugar beets but with very different genetic and nutritional characteristics; in fact, sugar beets are white in color and are commonly used for sugar extraction. On the other hand, sugar is not obtained from beets and the most common variety is the red one. Beetroot also contains very important mineral salts such as magnesium, iron, zinc, sodium, copper, manganese, selenium, potassium, phosphorus and calcium and essential vitamins such as vitamin A, B vitamins (B1, B2, B3, B5, B6 ), vitamins C and J. But we also find amino acids important for the physiological functions of the organism and cell renewal, such as arginine, leucine, serine, tryptophan, alanine, aspartic acid and glutamic acid, cystine, glycine, phenylalanine, histidine, isoleucine, lysine, proline, methionine, tyrosine, valine and threonine. Also thanks to the presence of saponins that facilitate the elimination of fats, beetroot also has purifying properties for the body. It also has excellent detoxifying and deflating properties. (Continue reading after the photo)

It seems that beets help purify the blood and liver. This is why eating beetroot is a great help in fighting liver disease. It has been shown by studies conducted in England at The London School of Medicine that drinking about half a liter of red beet juice daily decreases high blood pressure and hypertension. The results would be visible already after a few days, with a noticeable decrease in hypertension. Furthermore, beets have an average glycemic index (about 61) but a very low glycemic load, equal to 5. This means that their consumption would not significantly alter glycemic levels, as the total amount of carbohydrates present in each portion is very low. (Continue reading after the photo)

Let’s now see the characteristics of the compounds most represented in red beet. Nutritional values. A beetroot is made up of approximately 91 percent water, and contains 20 kcal and 84 kj per hectogram, which makes it an advisable product for those on a low-calorie diet. For one hundred grams of product, there is no fat, 2.60 percent are fiber and 4 are carbohydrates, while just over one gram consists of vegetable proteins; the most present minerals are, in order, calcium, sodium, potassium, iron; there are also phosphorus and magnesium.

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