Health Facts

antioxidants in beetroot

The power of antioxidants

Betacyanin, the pigment that gives beetroot its colour, is also an antioxidant.

Antioxidants are believed to help reduce the oxidation of LDL cholesterol, in turn protecting artery walls and reducing the risk of heart disease and stroke.

Betacyanin, the pigment that gives beetroot its colour, is also an antioxidant. Antioxidants are believed to help reduce the oxidation of LDL cholesterol, in turn protecting artery walls and reducing the risk of heart disease and stroke.

Love Beets - Beetroot Juice

Love it!

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.

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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!

beetroot dandruff cure

Head and shoulders

If you boil beetroots in water and then massage the water into your scalp each night, it works as an effective cure for dandruff.

For something a bit more vibrant – since the 16th century, beetroot juice has been used as a natural red dye and the Victorians used beetroot to dye their hair.

In spring, it is said, a young man’s fancy turns to love. In autumn, the chef’s fancy (whether young or not) turns to the fantastic seasonal produce on offer: root vegetables, game, orchard fruits, truffles, mushrooms. And beetroot. Because beetroot can be a very exciting ingredient. I prize its vibrant red-purple hue (though it comes in a variety of colours) and its sweetness and extraordinary earthiness.

Heston Blumenthal

beetroot improving sex drive

In the mood

One of the earliest known benefits of beetroot is its use as an aphrodisiac during the Roman times. And it wasn’t all folklore as it has been found to contain high amounts of boron, which is directly related to the production of human sex hormones.