Beet Root

Review Available Beet Root Forms and Sizes Below

Common name: Red Garden Beet, Beetroot, Red Beet Root, Chukander
Botanical name:  Beta vulgaris rubra
Beet Root Dosage:  Consult your healthcare provider for your correct dose.  
Beet Root Precautions:  Do not use if pregnant or nursing. May cause indigestion if eaten in excess. Noted on the glycemic index list as moderately high.  Stools may be deep red color after eating beet roots. 

Beet Root Benefits & Information

Beet root is packed with nutritional benefits.  It is a good source for potassium, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorous, sodium, zinc, copper, selenium folate and vitamin C.  Beet Root benefits liver health, supports cardiovascular health, promotes healthy weight, benefits cognitive function, promotes healthy blood pressure, supports muscle health, benefits digestion, benefits the blood, may promote healthy blood sugar levels, supports a healthy immune system promotes skin health, supports bone health and benefit natural energy levels.  Beet root has anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antidepressant, diuretic, cardio tonic, anti-fungal, aphrodisiac and laxative effects.

Beet Root Naturally Occurring Components:  alpha lipoic acid, amino acids, essential amino acids, anthocyanins, asorbic asid, carbohydrates, carotenoids, betaine, dietary fiber, nitric oxide, isoleucine, folat, histidine, iron, isleucine, leucine, protien, saponins, phenylalinine, phytonutirients, urease, vitamins, minerals

Herbs that Combine With Beet Root

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