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  • SPRAY FREE BEETROOT Medium Size Red Each  Katikati Grown
  • SPRAY FREE BEETROOT Medium Size Red Each  Katikati Grown
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Helps Purify the blood. 
Beetroot is known for their cleansing properties that are loaded with powerful anti-oxidants that help detoxify the liver & kidneys. 
Boil or steam beetroot whole, with the skin still on for best flavour: peel (the peel comes off very easily by hand) when they are cooled.
Then they can be wedged & dipped in balsamic vinegar/pepper, or roasted.
Baby beets can be roasted without pre-cooking, with the skin on if you wish.
In many cultures the belief persists that if a man & a woman eat from the same beetroot then they will fall in love.
Aids in skin & glandular systems.
High Antioxidant Potency.
The colour of beetroot is due to phytonutrients called betalains, which are sometimes not completely removed in the digestive process & can be an alarming but harmless reminder of last night's meal featuring beetroot
If you become victim to beetroot staining, rub some fresh lemon over your hands, & it will come right off.
Beetroot contains betaine, a substance that relaxes the mind & is used in other forms to treat depression.

It also contains trytophan, which is also found in chocolate & contributes to a sense of wellbeing.
Beetroot can be partnered up with basil, mint, coriander, dill, fennel, sage, thyme & oregano. 

Beetroot also likes these spices - Cumin, allspice, cloves, caraway & ginger.


Perfect Vegetable for Athletes

Beetroot contains nitrates, which produce nitric oxide in the blood, widening blood vessels, lowering blood pressure & enhancing circulation.

With your blood flowing more easily, your muscles reap the rewards of getting more oxygen, reducing soreness & recovering more quickly.

More oxygen also means more stamina, so you can get up & go for longer, plus its anti-inflammatory properties help with recovery.



Add some beetroot to a smoothie after exercising & help your muscles recover more quickly. 

7 Reasons We Love Beetroot

 It Supports Heart Health

Beetroot is bright red because of a substance called betanin, a potent antioxidant.

Aside from giving beetroot its vibrant colour, betanin also reduces the oxidation of LDL cholesterol, protecting against artery inflammation & lowering the risk of a stroke or heart attack. 

7 Reasons We Love Beetroot


Immune-boosting profile


Beetroot has been used as a food & a medicine for hundreds of years.

Its rich source of minerals & plant chemicals helps the body resist infection & stimulates the immune system by improving tissue oxygenation & energy to all body cells.

It also helps stabilise the body’s pH (acid-alkaline balance), supporting healthy immunity by creating a healthier environment. 

7 Reasons We Love Beetroot


It Helps Your Baby’s Development During Pregnancy

Folic acid is essential for the growth & development of a baby’s tissues & spinal cord, & beetroot is a great source.

Many women can also become iron-deficient during pregnancy, increasing the fatigue that often occurs during the first trimester.

Beetroot encourages the production of new red blood cells (a process called erythropoiesis), helping to boost iron levels.

Eating a nice raw salad packed with beetroot or adding beetroot to your morning smoothie can be a great way to reap the benefits during pregnancy. 

7 Reasons We Love Beetroot


It’s an Antioxidant

Beetroot is great for helping your liver to detoxify. 

Essentially, it neutralises the toxins, making them water-soluble for excretion.

7 Reasons We Love Beetroot


It Can Help to Prevent Dementia

A study has shown that due to a high content of nitrates present in beetroot, an increase in blood flow to the brain may also help fight the progression of dementia.

It’s this increased blood flow to the brain coupled with the regenerative effects of folic acid that may help with the deterioration of brain health. 

7 Reasons We Love Beetroot


It’s Great in Baking

Containing up to 10% sugar, beetroot is one of the sweetest vegetables making it an excellent ingredient for baking.

Unlike refined sugar, beetroot’s natural sugar also contains fibre, so it’s released more slowly, keeping your blood sugar levels stable.

Because of its sweetness, it is delicious added to smoothies, chocolate cake & salad dressings. 

7 Reasons We Love Beetroot

Beetroot is a delicious, versatile vegetable that can be easily incorporated into your diet.

If you love its earthy taste, then it’s fabulous in a raw salad.

Otherwise it’s great in raw baking or added to your fruit smoothie.

Get creative, & have some fun with it – your body will thank you for it. 

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Nutrition Information:
  Average Quantity % Daily Intake per serve Average Quantity  
  per serving   per 100 g  
Energy (kJ/Cal) 179/43 2% 132/31  
Protein (g) 1.9 4% 1.4  
Fat, total (g) 0.1 0% 0.1  
- saturated (g) 0.03 0% 0.03  
Available carbohydrate (g) 6.9 2% 5.1  
- sugars (g) 6.9 8% 5.1  
Dietary Fibre (g) 2.9 0.1 2.1 A source of Dietary Fibre
Sodium (mg) 76 3% 56  
Vitamin B6 2.49 156% RDI* 1.83 A good source of Vitamin B6
Folate (µg) 37 19% RDI* 27 A source of Folate
Niacin (mg) 1.2 12% RDI* 0.9 A source of Niacin
Thiamin (mg) 0.12 11% RDI* 0.09 A source of Thiamin
Vitamin C (mg) 4 10% RDI* 3 A source of Vitamin C
Potassium (mg) 530   390 Contains Potassium
Iron (mg) 0.4 3% RDI* 0.3  
Percentage Daily Intakes are based on an average adult diet of 8700 kJ        
Your daily Intakes may be higher or lower depending on your energy needs.        
*Recommended Dietary Intake (Average Adult)        

Source: The Concise New Zealand Food Composition Tables, 12th Edition, Plant & Food Research 2018


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