Can A Shot of Beet Juice Improve Your Athletic Performance

BEETROOT juice every day could improve your athletic performance

…known to provide energy boost
…looks and taste good though mmmh
…volunteers can test this out and give us a feedback we will post results
Beetroot can also improve oxygenation to the brain and slow down the dementia process

more after the cut

Australian researchers discovered the nutrients can improve athleticism  
Beetroot juice was given to female and male kayakers and tested
The female team had an improvement time of 1.7 percent after ingesting
It can also help with blood pressure, dementia and diabetes
Lacking energy, beet juice is said to provide energy

Beets are also an excellent source of folate and a very good source of manganese, potassium, and copper
‘When we used a greater volume of beetroot juice 140ml (4.73oz) among our female participants during a field-based 500m kayaking time-trial, we found there was a meaningful performance improvement’

Other Benefits of Beet Root Juice
Heart health and blood pressure: beetroot juice has been found to significantly lower blood pressure because of the high nitrate levels.
Dementia: It can improve oxygenation to the brain and slow down the dementia process.
Diabetes: Alpha-lipoic acid, an antioxidant found inside of beet roots, can lower glucose levels and can increase insulin sensitivity.
Digestion: The high fiber content create a healthy digestive tract.
Inflammation: The nutrient Choline helps with sleep, muscle movement and memory. It also helps maintain the structure of membranes and nerve impulses.
Antioxidants: Beet roots are known to increase the number of white blood cells in the body, which help find and eliminate abnormal cells. 


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