Love Beets drives growth of the superfood one beet at a time

Nutrition and healthy lifestyle choices remain at the heart of global conversations. These topics have seen various types of research conducted around them with the sole aim of finding the most effective way to create healthy food and beverages for consumers. At the forefront of this is the rise in interest and popularity of beetroot.

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Having steadily risen to become a superfood, beetroot is dense rich in antioxidants, dietary fibres and a wide range of vitamins and minerals that have multiple benefits for the human body.

Historically, the Ancient Greeks cultivated beetroot as early as 300 BC, although they did not use the roots of the plant but only ate the leaves. They also used this dynamic vegetable as a hair colourant.

Beets have become a favourite amongst athletes, fitness and exercise enthusiasts, with many of them consuming beet juice for stamina. Of all the known beneficial nutrients of beets, beet juice contributes towards increased blood plasma nitric oxide levels, which are known to widen blood vessels and enable greater blood flow throughout one’s body.

Another of the many known benefits of beets include cell regeneration that you get from their high folic acid levels, which assist the body to maintain and produce new cells, and their fibre aids digestion.

With advancement in the food technology sphere, producers have improved food offerings specifically focusing on enhancing the nutritional content and also adding beet elements to other non-conventional meals.

One company, at the forefront of Beetroot technology and innovation is Love Beets. Love Beets offers ready-made, exciting beet products that are refreshing and convenient for an everyday fast-paced life. With a wide variety of flavours to choose from, Love Beets is offering shoppers the next generation in beet products.

Love Beets prides itself in offering naturally grown, ready-made beets that are flavour-infused and have no added preservatives. A first of their kind in the local food and beverages space, these beets are convenient for all.



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