Written by Isabella Boston
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Beets are root vegetables that are dark red in color and grow as a round bulb similar in shape to radishes and turnips but are not botanically related. In other English-speaking countries, this vegetable is most known as beetroot.
Native to Mediterranean regions, beetroot was used as a medicine by the Romans and Greeks and was popular to the Arab and Armenian cultures. It made its way into dishes across Europe in the late 17th or early 18th century and was later brought to America by European immigrants.
Beets can be eaten raw, baked, or broiled, but many prefer to drink it as a delicious and nutritious juice.
Beet juice has many health benefits:
Helps to lower blood pressure
Improves muscle power (in heart failure patients)
May prevent cancer
Provides a good source of potassium
Promotes a healthy liver
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Isabella Boston is a multi-talented writer and the Founder of Bella’s Attic Studio. She has several years of experience in content writing, copywriting, and social media strategies. She is the author of the romantic and rare memoir, Passion of Flames. Isabella is currently working to spread awareness on the dangers and inhumanity of human sex trafficking. She has special interests in fashion and beauty, health and wellness, and natural healing as it pertains to the body, mind and soul. When Isabella is not writing, she enjoys playing the violin, learning new languages (currently Italian), and reading books of substance.
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