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The healing power of beets

  1. Beets, also known as krootjes, are tubers that grow underground and can be very tasty cooked or raw. Beets are very healthy. The beetroot goes very well in a raw vegetable or salad. Raw vegetables are generally much healthier than cooked vegetables. You can also eat the leaves of beets. These are called Swiss chard. The leaves are food like a salad. You can also use them for blending and make a vegetable juice.

  2. Beets, also known as krootjes, are tubers that grow underground and can be very tasty both cooked and raw. Beets are very healthy. The beetroot goes very well in a raw vegetable or salad. Raw vegetables are generally much healthier than cooked vegetables. You can also eat the leaves of beets. These are called Swiss chard. The leaves are food like a salad. You can also use them for blending and make a vegetable juice.

Beet variations

  1. Kroot is a word that is used in and around Rotterdam instead of red beets. The beet is a root vegetable. Besides chard and the beet tuber, you can also eat sprouted beet seeds. These are often used as a garnish; they look nice red. It's just a tasty and healthy vegetable

  2. Kroot is a word that is used in and around Rotterdam instead of red beets. The beet is a root vegetable. In addition to chard and the beet tuber, you can also eat germinated beet seeds. These are often used as a garnish; they look nice red. It's just a tasty and healthy vegetable

Beetroot for high blood pressure

  1. Beetroot are known for a number of medicinal uses. Since the Middle Ages, beets have been prescribed mainly for diseases related to the blood and diseases related to the intestines and digestion. In an American journal of the American Heart Association, a study was published that showed that beetroot helps against hypertension or high blood pressure. Drinking half a liter of beet juice helped with high blood pressure and the effects remained measurable 24 hours after drinking. You can make your own beet juice using a blender and in the organic shop

  2. Beets are known for a number of medicinal uses. Since the Middle Ages, beets have been prescribed mainly for diseases related to the blood and diseases related to the intestines and digestion. In an American journal of the American Heart Association, a study was published that showed that beetroot helps against hypertension or high blood pressure. Drinking half a liter of beet juice helped with high blood pressure and the effects remained measurable for 24 hours after drinking. You can make your own beet juice using a blender and in the organic shop

Vitamins in beetroot

  1. Krootjes are an excellent source of vitamins. Most of it is folic acid, also known as vitamin B11, in the beet. 100 grams of beetroot provides no less than 27% of the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA)

  2. Krootjes are an excellent source of vitamins. Most of it contains folic acid, also known as vitamin B11, in the beetroot. 100 grams of beetroot provides no less than 27% of the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA)

Minerals in beets

  1. Beetroot contains a number of healthy minerals. There is 14% of the RDA of manganese in one ounce of beets. For iron, there is 10% of the RDA in the beetroot. Copper has a percentage of 8% of the RDI. Potassium is a mineral that contains 7% of the RDI in beetroot. Magnesium is in beets and an ounce provides 6% of the RDI. For sodium, there is 5% of the RDI in beets. Finally, there is zinc

Beetroot Phytonutrients

  1. There are many more phytonutrients

Beets are good for the blood

  1. Beets are good for everything that has to do with blood. Atherosclerosis or arteriosclerosis is prevented by eating beetroot. That's because the homocysteine ​​levels in the blood are regulated by beetroot. Choline, an amino acid

Beetroot fiber

  1. As in many natural foods, there is fiber

Beetroot soup

  1. You can make a delicious soup from beetroot. Beet soup can be mixed with two carrots to sweeten it a bit and a potato for firmness. First, you cook the beets, carrots and potato for about 25-30 minutes. They should be well cooked. You fry an onion with garlic in the skillet. You do this right before you start blending. After blending all the vegetables you can serve the soup. It is nice to serve cream with it. This soup tastes great in combination with organic brown bread

Beet juice

  1. You can buy beet juice in a bottle, but it is also possible to make beet juice yourself. The recipes are easy to perform. Take an apple, a carrot and a beetroot. Put it in a blender and press the on button. After a few dozen seconds you will have a super healthy beet smoothie. To add some extra flavor, you can blend a piece of fresh ginger. Another recipe is to blend cucumber, carrot and beets into a smoothie. You can also add some rosemary or dill

Tips for eating cold beets

  1. Try slicing beetroot with a cheese slicer. This is how you get raw beet carpaccio. Beetroot can be used perfectly in a salad. Raw, it has a somewhat earthy flavor to it. When you cook them, that disappears. For variation, you can roast vegetables and then process them into a salad. Roast carrots, beets, peppers and zucchini and make a mustard and red pepper dressing

Tips for eating warm beets

  1. Beets are also simply delicious as a main vegetable together with potatoes. You can also stir-fry small chopped beets to make a vegetable mix for the rice. Vegetables with which you can fill this vegetable mix are: leek, carrot, onion, white cabbage and garlic. When you are almost done with stir-frying, you can add a handful of kale and bean sprouts. Of course there are plenty of other vegetables to vary with. Combine and make your own unique vegetable mix.



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