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The key to health is eliminating toxicities and deficiencies! - Dr. William R. Kellas

Beet Root Juice Powder Picture of Beets Drinking Beet Root Juice Our Organic Beet Root Juice powder is non-destructively dried, juiced, freshly picked Organic Beet Roots.

While eating Beet Roots is a fabulous health practice, drinking juiced Beet Roots is even better. Juicing beet roots increases the nutrient value by ten times compared to eating beets. Freeze drying fresh beet root juice concentrates its nutritional value twenty times. So, doing both increases nutrient value by 200 times.

We recommend taking one or two teaspoons of Organic Beet Root powder each day (each teaspoon is equivalent to 3 medium sized beets).

  • You can add our beet root powder to water or to any beverage. It makes that beverage both better tasting and far more nutritious.
  • It is better to add Beet Root Powder to liquid with a temperature that is less than 120 degrees Fahrenheit (49 degrees Centigrade). Otherwise, some enzymes and nutrients will be deactivated.

Beet Root Facts

  • The beetroot is the taproot portion of the beet plant, usually known in North America as the beet, also table beet, garden beet or red beet. Other than being eaten as a food, beet roots have traditionally been used as a food coloring and as a medicinal plant.
  • Raw beetroot is 88% water, 10% carbohydrates, 2% protein, and less than 1% fat.
  • Beetroots have a glycemic index (GI) score of 61, which is considered medium. The GI 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.
  • The heaviest beet root ever grown weighed 51.48 pounds (23.4 kg).

The Nutrients in Beet Root:

Beet Root is heavily endowed with:

  • Boron — Beetroot contains high amounts of boron which facilitates production of sex hormones. It was popular aphrodisiac during the Roman era.
  • Folate (vitamin B9) — One of the B vitamins, folate is important for normal tissue growth and cell function. It’s particularly necessary for pregnant women.
  • Fructans — short-chain carbs classified as FODMAPs, also found in garlic, leeks, artichokes, asparagus and onions.
  • Iron — an essential mineral, iron has many important functions in your body. It’s necessary for the transport of oxygen in red blood cells
  • Manganese — an essential trace element.
  • Nitrate — turns into nitric oxide. It is not the same as nitrates found in processed meats. Nitric Oxide has many important signaling and cardiovascular protective functions, including helping endothelial cells to relax (for lower blood pressure) and improving mitochondrial function (for more energy).
  • Potassium — a diet high in potassium can lead to reduced blood pressure levels and positive effects on heart health
  • Vitamin C — a well known antioxidant, essential for skin health and immune function.

Large Amounts of Nitrates in Beet Roots:

One of the most important characteristics (among many) of Beet Root is that it contains a large concentration of dietary nitrates.

Dietary nitrates have a number of good effects on the body including (and possibly most importantly) their conversion into Nitric Oxide, which is an important signaling and vasodilation molecule, which helps in maintaining normal blood pressure. The dietary nitrates in Beet Roots also help alleviate some of the problems caused by overconsumption of salts (which is typical in modern diets of fast foods). Studies done show that Beet Root supplementation is more than one hundred times as effective as adding potassium to the diet in regard to remedying excess sodium intake.

Other Health Benefits To Be Gained From Beet Root Consumption:

There are many touted health benefits from eating Beet Roots (or drinking Beet Root Juice). Disclaimer: until more scientific research is done, all benefits described below should be considered to be folklore, anecdotal and opinion. Further scientific research would need to be done to make health benefit claims. Nevertheless, the amount of interest and perceived benefits from Beet Root consumption is significant enough for everyone to consider adding Beet Root juice powder to their daily diet (especially since only one teaspoon provides the benefits of consuming three beets).

  • A primary health benefit of drinking Beet Root Juice is in regard to lowering blood pressure, both diastolic and systolic. Studies show that just 8 ounces (or one teaspoon of our Beet Root Juice powder) effectively helps to reduce blood pressure. This is because the nitrates in beetroots help to widen and relax blood vessels.
  • Eating Beet Roots or drinking its juice (or powdered juice) helps increase energy and boost physical performance.
  • Drinking Beet Root juice supports the liver. In fact, it is great for helping reduce the duration of hangovers after drinking alcohol. That's because Betacyanin, the pigment molecule that gives beetroot its color, is an antioxidant, so the humble beetroot could be the key to beating your hangover. Betacyanin speeds up detoxification in your liver, which enables your body to turn the alcohol into a less harmful substance that can be excreted quicker than normal.
  • Beet Root contains betaine, a substance that relaxes the mind, and tryptophan (like Chocolate) that contributes to a sense of well-being.

The above are some of the more commonly reported, as quickly attained benefits from drinking Beet Root juice (or in this case adding a teaspoon of Organic Beet Root Juice powder to any beverage). In general it is safe to say that it is a nourishing food that may help virtually all aspects of human health by providing the body with nutrients (which are tools) that the body can use to improve its function.

You Are What You Eat — Which is Why We Recommend Organic Beet Root Juice Powder

'Rishi'; - Gunter TernesRishi Ternes, owner of New Earth Super Foods, left the study of medicine in Germany, came to the U.S. and turned his life over to the pursuit of nutrient dense food and seeking to understand the ability of food to transform health. He believes that “we are what we eat” and that “food should be our medicine”. Rishi owns a Super Food Cafe and Health Transformation Center in Arroyo Grande, California. He continues to search the world for foods that enable to the body to repair itself. As Rishi says, “the nutrients that your body needs are in the foods you aren’t eating.”

Rishi seeks out farmers and food suppliers that are progressive, meaning they are adding minerals and trace minerals to their soils, farming organically and harvesting their foods at the peak of ripeness. Rishi then ensures that those foods are juiced and freeze dried immediately before nutrient loss.

Food is the way of health not vitamins!

Beet Root Juice fits with the “first rule of health” which is that food should be our medicine. Beet Root Juice also fits with our second rule of health, which is that food engenders health, not vitamins. The United States has among the worst health statistics of all industrialized nations, yet the people of the United States consume more vitamins that the rest of the world combined. That means that you will eventually find, as so many others have already found, that your health will never really start to improve until you give up on vitamins and turn to food. It's time to turn to food!

  • Vitamins, IE nutrient isolates (often made in a laboratory), may look powerful and awesome on the label, but they don’t work as well in the human body as one would hope because they lack the many needed co-factors. Food comes with many needed co-factors nutrients.
  • The lack of co-factors is the basic problem of vitamin supplements. Without those co-factors, they're NOT as useful to our cells. For instance, Vitamin C is not just ascorbic acid but rather it is: ascorbic acid and numerous co-factors that work in the cells like catalysts or tag teams to make chemical reactions occur. The many co-factors are present in foods, but are not in vitamin isolates. The result, therefore, of taking vitamins is that the body has to scavenge body tissues to obtain the needed co-factors, or wait until they are available or the body may simply discard the nutrients for which co-factors are not available. This is extra work and/or a waste of nutrients, and therefore, vitamin isolates, do far less to improve health than does food.

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Comparative Retail Price: $40 per half-pound.
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Raw Organic Beet Root JuicePowder

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 1 Teaspoon (4 grams)
Calories Per 4 Grams: 2
Ingredients: Pesticide and GMO free Organic Beet Root Juice Powder


Beet Root - Frequently Asked Questions

What are the Traditional Uses of Beet Roots?

  • Leaves of Beet Roots were used anciently to bind wounds.
  • Beet Root was a popular mouth wash to kill the the odor of Garlic.
  • Beet Root was used as a dye.
  • Beet Root was used to prevent dandruff.
  • Beet Root was used by ancient alchemists, who lacked modern day litmus paper, to determine the acidity or alkalinity of a solution. One drop of beetroot changes a liquid to pink if it was an acid, while one drop of beetroot would change an alkaline liquid to yellow.

Are There Any Side-Effects From Drinking Beet Root Juice?

Drinking beetroot juice regularly can affect the color of urine and feces in some people due to the natural pigments in beets. People may notice pink or purple urine and pink or purple feces.

Why Is Beet Root Juice Powder Better than Real Beets or Beet Juice?

Is It Okay to Add a Sweetener or Other Juice to Beet Root Juice?

Absolutely, yes! Drink it straight or doctor it up!

Feel free to add Monk Fruit, Stevia, Xylitol, Cranberry Juice, Grape Juice, etc. — whatever, you would like. Or mix our Beet Root Juice Powder in any protein shake, or nutritional shake.

Other Internet Resources and Web Sites Regarding the Benefits of Consuming Beets and Beet Root Juice:

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