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Organic Red Beet Powder

$21.99
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Red beets attribute their vibrant red color to a unique group of antioxidants called betacyanins. These antioxidants have the ability to neutralize harmful and damaging molecules called free radicals.* Certain free radicals cause oxidative stress that can be hazardous. The stress causes damage to key cellular structures such as DNA, cell membranes, or proteins. These uncommon antioxidants have garnered the interest of the science world where they are being researched for protection against oxidative stress related disorders.*

The unique antioxidants, betacyanins, were once thought to be similar to anthocyanins, the dark pigments found in grapes, but were later proven to have very different structures. While these antioxidants may be similar in color, they are structurally very different and the two have never been found in the same plant.

Along with these antioxidants red beets also contain naturally occurring betaine and nitrates. Two compounds that are the reason red beets and beet juice is also being studied for possible support of cardiovascular health and for energy.*

• Organic, Non-GMO, vegan & gluten-free
• Naturally dehydrated fruit pulp
• Source of fiber and antioxidant protection*
• Contains Vitamin C, magnesium, potassium, & calcium
• Great addition to smoothies and drink mixes

 

Dietary Considerations-
  • Wheat Free
  • Gluten Free
  • Yeast Free
  • Preservative Free
  • Shellfish Free
  • Non-GMO
Suggested Use-
Recommended Uses: Use 1 serving per day. Smoothies, yogurt, cereal, beverages, baking Smoothie Recipe: "The Red Delight" (Serves 1) - 1 tablespoon of organic red beet powder - 1 cup coconut water - 1 cup strawberries - 1 banana - 1 cup pineapple Directions: Place ingredeints in a blender and blend until smooth. Pour into a glass and enjoy! Contains non-toxic moisture absorber to maintain freshness. Do not eat.
Warnings-
Store in a cool, dry place. Packaged in a facility that handles products that contain milk, egg or soy. Untouched nature mesmerizes me how it lives in harmony within itself; plants, animals and microorganisms, all intertwined in a sometimes chaotic yet cyclical unity. This perspective shaped my childhood and evolved into a quest for knowledge of ethnobotany (study of the relationships between peoples and plants).