Red beets really have stunning medicinal properties. Tasty, useful, healthy, low-calorie The Beetle has a rich and diverse biochemical composition.
Protein beets contain some of the essential amino acids, as well as glutamic acid, asparagine and betaine. The latter participates in the neutralization of many waste materials and toxins, formed in the process of the exchange of matter or imported from outside. At the same time, this matter turns into choline, a substance that participates in the neutralization of poisonous substances.
The beetle has the ability to influence the aging process and slow it down, and also purifies the blood vessels and corrects the blood count. This vegetable is rich in vitamin B12, which participates in the formation of erythrocytes, and the iodine that contains it helps fight clogged arteries. This vegetable has been known since the time of Hipocritus and has been used to treat many diseases, and the ancient Greeks and Romans used it to reduce high fever.
The beetroot contains magnesium, chlorine, saponins, betaine, flavonoids, iodine, zinc, calcium, sodium and natural nitrites. The chlorine in the beets has hypoallergenic effect and helps to clear the kidneys, gall bladder and lymph.
The beetle has a healing effect in 15 diseases, among which are: anemia, arteriosclerosis, hypertension, diabetes, helps in thyroid disease, improves memory and sleep, helps during climax and strengthens immunity.
The only side effect is that urine becomes reddish when consuming a large amount of beets, but it is harmless.