Love beetroots for your body’s sake!

Beetroot is high in vitamin B’s and is great for liver function. 

Over the past 25 years I have found a definite pattern in poor liver function – due to a diet rich in sugars and carbohydrate show signs of an overloaded liver by having sensitivity to eating beetroots. They tent to feel nauseous, and will say that they have an allergy to it? In fact, if they were to continue to eat or juice beetroot mixed with spinach, carrot and lemon, with a small portion of the beetroot?  this remarkable vegetable will aid to detoxify the liver and on the 4th day “no more nausea”.The liver is a lot cleaner and the bowl motions a lot better to show for it.

At the Digestive Health Clinics we recommend that eating beetroot allows for the hard work in softening faecal plaque from the wall of the colon, which in preparation facilitates the colon hydro therapist accompanied by hydration through the colonic treatment, makes for a successful effortless colonic in its release.

Beetroot is high in vitamin B’s and is great for liver function. 

Did you know that back in our grandmother’s era, beets were crushed for women to swipe the juice across their cheeks and lips? Now thankfully we just eat it, a lot less messy and nutritionally satisfies the sugar cravings.

 

  • improves memory
  • detoxifies the body
  • increases energy
  • lowers cholesterol 
  • anit-aging
  • repairs cells damage
  • prevents constipation
  • detoxifies fatty liver

 


Beetroot
– is a required taste to say the least. The earthy smell and texture accompanied by the sweetness and its versatility should be on everyone’s menu daily or even weekly.

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