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Less pain, more gain after exercise with beetroot juice

Drinking beetroot juice after exercise reduces muscle soreness and helps your muscles recover, according to new research from Northumbria University, published in this month’s European Journal of Applied Physiology (EJAP). The authors suggested that the nitrates and betalains in beetroot juice, which have been shown to act as antioxidants, might have aided exercise recovery by preserving muscle function and reducing inflammation.

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Love Beets - Beetroot Juice

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Try this brand new range of beetroot juices – including beetroot or beetroot and cherry.

Beetroot juice is full of powerful antioxidants and nitrates, boosting stamina and endurance (the secret of high performance athletes!), and our unique filtration method allows for a desirably smooth taste! Both flavours are 100% natural, gluten-free, with no added sugars, artificial colours or preservatives.

To juice or not to juice?

Did you know that eating 200g of cooked beetroot provides the same health benefits as drinking 500ml of juice? So whether you are juicer or a snacker you can easily get your 5-a-day with beetroot!

Although it is simplicity personified, beetroot soup always screams of effort. Maybe it's the colour, or the rich ruby earthiness of it. To me, it's Norway in a bowl.

Sophie Dahl

Beetroot is a remarkable, healthy and delicious vegetable that is fast becoming ubiquitous at the nation’s most fashionable dinner tables – the days when it was simply picked and served from a jar with salad cream have long since disappeared. It’s healthy, versatile and delicious – and finally gaining the popularity it deserves.

Mark Hix

Beetroot and potato mash

Delight kids with this hot pink mash – use sweet chilli beetroot if they’re a bit older and like it spicy, or plain cooked beetroot if they’re still getting used to different tastes and flavours. Either way, this dish is sure to make an impression at mealtimes and the best bit is it’s another one of their 5-a-day.