The health benefits of beets are difficult to overcome
Beet is often served as a marinated glass salad. Instead of a constant supporting role on the dining table, there are beetroot vegetables, but in fact the main role. Because when it comes to comparing healthy food, beetroot is hard to beat. This has recently been emphasized by a well-known nutrition expert.
Anya Guy is a nutritionist and dietitian at the Mayo Clinic. Emphasizes the comprehensive health benefits of beets. According to the nutritional expert, root vegetables are not only poor in calories, but also help digestion, prevent heart disease and can increase athletic performance.
With beetroots against hypertension
"Beetroot is rich in antioxidants and vitamins," says Guy in a Mayo Clinic statement. In addition, beets are rich in fiber, which is excellent for intestinal health. In addition, they can also help the heart. "In fact, beets contain a high content of nitrates, which reduces blood pressure," says dietitian.
For the health benefits of beets to grow, according to Guy, it should be about 100 grams. Root vegetables can not be eaten only inlaid. There are many ways to include beets in the diet, such as salads, soups, smoothie or juices, as cooked appetizers, whipping or processing into chips. Even as a pizza additive, beetroot makes a good impression.
Processing tip: Cook first, then peel
Anya Guy also has a processing tip: To make peeling red beets easier, cook them first and then peel them. This will make the skin easier to peel off the turnip.
Beet results with high nutritional value
Since beets account for about 90 percent of water, 100 grams of root vegetables only have 41 calories. At the same time, beets are rich in minerals, such as calcium, phosphorus, potassium, magnesium and iron, as well as B vitamins, vitamin C and folic acid. (Vb)