Did you know, back in the Roman times beetroot was considered an aphrodisiac? We’re not sure if that’s the case, but we do know beetroot is great for boosting stamina and helping muscles work harder during exercise, so that could be why!
Aside from these properties, beetroot is made up of many healthful components including carbohydrates, protein, powerful antioxidants and soluble fibre. It provides many health benefits including:
Aside from all the above benefits, beetroot also tastes great, whether eaten on its own or as part of a meal. Oh and yes, it’s a bit messy, so just be prepared (especially if there are kids involved!).
We use a pure form of beetroot juice powder in our Choc-Beet Muffins which, along with a good dose of cacao, will give you an antioxidant and energy hit in the form of a delicious snack! And if your kids don’t like eating beetroot, at least they will get some of the benefits without even knowing they’re eating a vegetable in their muffin.
For more beetroot health benefits, check out this article.
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