The health benefits of beets have long been known.
Especially at the end of winter, one of our most important sources of vitamins and minerals may be: C, B1, B2, B6, beta-carotene, niacin, biotin. Extremely rich in folic acid.
– Iron, silicon, copper, sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, iodine, boron, manganese, sulfur, cobalt, lithium, strontium.
– Polyphenols, flavonoids, anthocyanidins, carotenoids, enzymes and sugars.
Beets are also known in folk medicine as excellent hematopoiesis.
Nourishing, juicy, one of the sweetest, most sugary vegetables.
The root contains significant amounts of pectin, which promotes the elimination of heavy metals, microorganisms dangerous to the digestive system and excess cholesterol from our body.
Due to its high content of potassium and magnesium, it is very useful in the prevention and treatment of high blood pressure and other cardiovascular diseases, and contributes to the physiological nutrition of the body, increasing muscles and endurance.
Zinc, manganese and copper promote growth, development and reproduction, regulate metabolism, and have a beneficial effect on the functioning of the gonads.
Clinical studies have shown that the body can make the best use of iron from beets.
– It stimulates red blood cell production, has a good effect on blood pressure, heart function and the work of the nervous system.
– Useful in the prevention and treatment of high blood pressure and other cardiovascular diseases, and to increase endurance.
– Beets increase gastric acid secretion, thereby improving the pre-digestion of proteins and the utilization of amino acids.
– Stimulates the function of the liver, intestines and kidneys, enhances the removal of toxins and waste products.
– Improves general well-being, beneficial for gastritis, hemorrhoids and acidosis.
– Mild diuretic effect lowers high blood pressure.
– Restores the body’s acid-base balance.
– It is also recommended for alcohol problems due to its excellent fat burning and liver protection effect.
– Blood counts of patients undergoing chemotherapy showed significant improvement after beet cure.
– Experience in the early stages of lymphatic system tumors is also promising.
– Beetroot relieves unpleasant symptoms associated with menopause.
– Delays premature aging, helps fight colds and flu.
Beetroot powder, Flavin7 bioflavonoid complex (red grape seed-husk drying, sorghum seed-husk drying, blackberry seed husk drying, black cherry husk drying, blackcurrant seed husk drying, redcurrant husk husk drying, redcurrant husk husk drying , magnesium carbonate, capsule shell: gelatin.
The capsule can be pulled apart and the contents can be consumed without it.
Active ingredients in the recommended daily intake:
|Magnesium||80 mg * NRV 21.2%|
|Beetroot powder||400 mg|
Of which: – flavonoid
* NRV is% of recommended daily intake for adults.
– 2 capsules / day.
– 100 capsules, 250 capsules.