Fermented Beets are extremely skin, kidney, and blood cleansing.
The Heart Health Benefits of Fermented Beets
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Fermented beets may be among the healthiest vegetables out there, as most of the sugar is then eaten up by beneficial bacteria during the fermentation process, while leaving other health-boosting ingredients intact.
Fermented foods are also full of probiotics or good bacteria.
Naturally occurring betaine in beets also helps reduce inflammation and protect against environmental stressors that can play a role in heart disease.
Also, the phyto nutrients that give beets their deep crimson color have powerful anti-cancer properties.
Research has shown that beetroot extract reduced multi-organ tumor formations in various animal models when administered in drinking water.
Beetroot extract is also being studied for use in treating human pancreatic, breast and prostate cancers.
In addition, raw beets help boost immune function thanks to high Vitamin C, fiber, potassium and manganese, while the betalin pigments and sulfur-containing amino acids in beets support your body’s Phase 2 detoxification process.
Traditionally, beets have been valued for their ability to purify your blood and liver.
High in the B vitamin folate, beets may also lower your stroke risk and are an excellent food for pregnant women. Folate is essential for many bodily processes, and lack of folate during pregnancy raises the risk of birth defects.
Traditionally, fermented beet juice has been used to boost immune function, cleanse blood, combat fatigue and treat kidney stones, chemical sensitivities, allergies and digestive problems. Anecdotal reports suggest that it may even improve the appearance of age spots, thicken hair and minimize graying of hair.