29 May 2017

The Betroot





For some problems that I had in my blood, I knew this vegetable that is divine, natural and regenerates your red blood cells (as well as gives energy and minerals to your body), if this small root contains this and much more .. I share with you more information!

                                                                                                                                                                      Celia Bailes © Amadriadi

 

THE BETROOT

Beetroots are high in fiber, providing about 2-3 grams in each 100 gram serving.
Dietary fiber is important as part of a healthy diet, and has been linked to reduced risk of various diseases.
Beetroots are a great source of many essential vitamins and minerals.
Hypertension is an abnormally high blood pressure, which can cause damage to blood vessels and the heart.
Beetroots can lower blood pressure, which may lead to reduced risk of heart disease and several other diseases.

 



-Beetroots are a good source of nutrients, fiber and many plant compounds, and their consumption has been linked to improved health.
Their health benefits include improved heart health and enhanced exercise capacity, both of which are attributed to their content of inorganic nitrates.


-Beetroots taste rather sweet, and are especially delicious when mixed in salads.
They are easy to prepare, can even be eaten raw, and fit well into a balanced and healthy diet.


-Raw or cooked beetroots contain about 8-10% carbohydrates.


--Simple sugars, such as glucose and fructose, make up 70% of the carbs in raw beetroots, and 80% in cooked beetroots.
Beetroots are also a source of fructans, short-chain carbs which are classified as FODMAPs.


-Some people cannot digest these FODMAPs, causing unpleasant digestive symptoms.


-Beetroots have a glycemic index score of 61, which is considered to be in the medium range.


-The glycemic index is a measure of how fast blood sugar levels rise after a meal.


-On the other hand, the glycemic load of beetroots is only 5, which is very low.


-This means that beetroots should not have a major effect on blood sugar levels, because the total carb amount in each serving is low.


-Beetroots are usually well tolerated, except for individuals who are prone to kidney stones.
Consumption of beetroot may cause urine to become pink/red, which is harmless but often confused with blood in urine.


-Beetroots and beetroot juice have been associated with numerous health benefits, including improved blood flow, lower blood pressure and increased exercise performance.

 
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