Beetroot supplies the body with energy, minerals and vitamins. It is rich in numerous useful nutrients and according to the nutritionist’s recommendation, it should be on the table every day. This root contains carbohydrates, so it provides the body with a large amount of energy in a short period of time. Beetroot is rich in sodium, magnesium, calcium, iron, phosphorus, copper, manganese, fluorine, iodine, sulfur, lithium, bromine. It is also rich in vitamins C, B1, B2 and especially rare vitamin B12 in plant foods. Although this root, which is usually burgundy in color, is available all year round, it is at its freshest and tastiest in winter. It is best to eat beets fresh, as a salad or to drink freshly squeezed juice, because it has a healing effect in the most serious diseases, but it loses its medicinal properties when cooked. You can get about 0.7 l of juice from 1 kg. Peel the beets thinly, grate them finely and cover them with lemon juice and honey. When this mixture is standing, it is good to strain it and drink a little at a time throughout the day. In the case of the most serious diseases, you should drink half a liter of juice per day. When you feel an improvement, reduce the amount to a quarter. The red color of beets comes from the ingredient anthocyanins. The energy value of beets is low, 100 grams have only 44 calories.
A powerful mixture for a good morning
Take a kilogram of cleaned beets, carrots, celery, apples, and lemons with well-washed roots. Grind everything as finely as possible. Pour over a kilogram of honey and mix well, then put in glass jars. Take a teaspoon of this preparation every morning, which will give you energy, boost immunity and blood count.