Beet Root Powder
Originally, beet leaves and stalk were consumed while the roots were discarded or used for medicine. It wasnâ€™t until the mid 1500s that Germany and Italy Began recording cultivation of the plant for its bulbous roots. In 1747, a chemist in Berlin discovered a way to extract sugar from beets. Today, beets account for roughly 20%of the worldâ€™s total sugar production.
- Increases mental alertness and focus
- Improves energy efficiency, stamina and endurance
- Rich in antioxidants, vitamin A, B6, B12 and C
- Reduces negative effects of physical exercise
- Beneficial for liver
Botanical Name: Beta vulgaris Common names: Table beet, garden beet, red beet Medicinal part: Leaves (beet greens), roots (taproots)
Grade: Food Grade, Certificate of Analysis available upon request.