Beets & Blood, Not Just Color Similar

Beet juice helps in creation of red blood cells

New studies show the benefits don’t stop there.

Recent research has found that the increased blood flow caused by beet juice can have a positive impact on the brain, too. Scientists at Wake Forest University in Winsont-Salem, North Carolina, determined that increased blood flow to the brain due to beet supplementation improved brain health and helped lower the risk of dementia. Their study involved participants age seventy and over who alternated between breakfasts high in nitrates (a naturally occurring form of nitrogen found in beets) and low in nitrates. Measurements of each group of participants showed that the high-nitrate diet boosted blood flow to the white matter of the frontal lobes, a location often associated with dementia.

The brain boosting power of beets goes right along with a long list of other beet benefits. For example, the improvement in circulation hinted above, brought on by beet nutrients, correlates to a lowered risk of high blood pressure. Beets also increase the body’s production of glutathione, which helps with detoxification. This is helpful in ridding the body of lower quality substances including harmful chemicals.

Beet benefits can be traced to the remarkable amount of nutrition found in this single powerhouse vegetable. And with AIM’s RediBeets, not only do you receive all the advantages of juicing bunches of fresh beets in one concentrated drink, you’ll feel the effects rapidly due to enhanced assimilation and accelerated bioavailability.

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AIM RediBeets provides the juicing sustenance without the juicing cost and inconvenience. One of three all-natural, vegetable juice powder concentrates that make up the AIM Garden Trio, RediBeets packs a half-pound of beets into a single serving! Combined with the benefits of barley and carrots, the Garden Trio offers a full range of vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients and nutrients that can get your blood flowing and boost your brain power naturally.

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  • February 21, 2012 at 10:27 pm

    In October 2010, my doctor ordered blood work that revealed high levels of fatty liver—alkaline phosphatase. I then started a regimen of AIM RediBeets as I hadread on the datasheet that this product is good for the liver. When I went to see my physician for the results of my new blood work, my levels had dropped twenty-two points to within normal range!


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