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Health Benefits Of Beetroot Juice
1. May Promote Heart Health
Beetroot juice is a powerful source of nitrates. Nitrates dilate the blood vessels, lowering blood pressure. This is beneficial to the heart.
The juice also reduces overstimulation of the sympathetic nervous system, which may elevate blood pressure levels and lead to heart disease.
In another study, participants consuming beetroot juice saw a considerable decrease in their blood pressure levels in just 30 minutes. This effect subsided in 24 hours, though.
Beetroot juice supplements may improve health in patients who had heart failure.
The juice might also lower total cholesterol levels. In a rat study, beetroot extract lowered triglycerides and total cholesterol levels. It also increased the levels of HDL (the good cholesterol). This effect could be attributed to the flavonoids in beets.
2. May Help Fight Cancer
The most important antioxidant in beetroot juice is betacyanin, which fights free radicals. This is one way the juice can contribute to cancer prevention.
The anti-inflammatory properties of beetroot juice can also help treat chronic lymphocytic leukemia (cancer of the blood and bone marrow). The betacyanin in the juice also plays a major role here.
Beetroot juice was also found to have anticancer effects comparable with doxorubicin, an anticancer drug.
The juice reduces cancer cell proliferation and inflammation and stimulates cell death in cancers of the skin, liver, lungs, and the esophagus.
3. May Aid Diabetes Treatment
In a study, the intake of half a cup of beetroot juice showed a significant decrease in the post-meal blood glucose levels. The betalains in the juice (powerful antioxidant compounds) are responsible for this effect.
Similar effects were observed in obese individuals. Obese individuals who consumed the juice along with carbs showed lower insulin resistance compared to their non-obese counterparts who did not drink the juice.
The nitrates in the juice help lower blood pressure. This effect was more accentuated in people with type 2 diabetes
4. May Help Treat Erectile Dysfunction
There is no strong evidence that beetroot juice can treat erectile dysfunction. But a majority of the affected men seem to swear by it.
Some sources suggest that nitric oxide may have a role to play in treating erectile dysfunction. The compound relaxes the blood vessels and improves blood flow. This property, apart from lowering blood pressure, also enhances penile blood flow.
Since erectile dysfunction occurs due to lack of proper blood flow to the penile muscles, nitric oxide in beet juice might help facilitate it.
Another important compound involved with erection is cGMP (cyclic guanosine monophosphate). This compound relaxes the arteries and increases blood flow to the penis. A study shows that foods rich in nitrates (which convert to nitric oxide in the body) can increase the levels of cGMP.
5. May Boost Athletic Performance
Beetroot juice intake has been linked to improvements in several parameters associated with the cardiovascular and respiratory systems.
The juice showed desirable effects in elite runners as well. Fifteen days of beetroot juice supplementation improved the time to exhaustion in these runners. But it didn’t seem to improve other physical parameters, like maximum physical uptake.
Another study reports no improvement in physical performance after the intake of beetroot juice. However, it was conducted with only one shot of beetroot juice.
6. May Reduce Risk Of Dementia
There is less research to support this fact. Some sources suggest that dietary nitrate can improve blood flow to the brain, thereby cutting the risk of dementia or other forms of cognitive decline.
7. May Promote Liver Health
Betaine in beetroot juice might help treat non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. However, this was proven only in animal studies.
In another rat study, dietary betaine was found to improve liver function. The compound protected the livers of rats from toxins.
8. Can Be Used As A Hair Dye
Though this is not a benefit per se, the juice is often used as a hair dye. If you want a deeper red tint to your hair, here’s how you can use the juice:
- Mix beetroot juice with a carrier oil (like coconut oil).
- Apply this mixture liberally to your hair. Cover your hair with a plastic wrap.
- Leave it on for about an hour.
- Remove the plastic wrap and wash your hair.
Beetroot juice is fast becoming a superfood, and all for good reason.
Some anecdotal evidence also suggests the juice can help aid weight loss and ease constipation. However, there is no research to support this statement. Hence, consult your doctor before using the juice for this purpose.
Beetroot juice is replete with potent compounds. In the following section, we will look at the detailed nutritional profile.
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