I found that Beetroot juice is very good for B's and so I would like to buy Beetroot juice supplement, but I read an internet it says Nitrate from Beetroot, Nitrate could cause cancer, is that true? Because I am planning to order that supplement, here is the website, and please tell me what you think and have any recommendation for me.
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Just my opinion, but if you want to ingest beetroot, why not use a juicer and make it fresh. A little goes a long way..it's potent when too concentrated but tastes really good mixed with other veggies like carrots, celery and leafy greens. I usually add about 1/4 of a medium sized beet when I make fresh juice. Maybe 3-4 carrots, a handful of parsley, kale or spinach, a stalk or two of celery and sometimes a green apple. This is how your body gets live foods with lots of enzymes!
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I mix it with other veggies and make it fresh just like Chloe suggest s- but beware I find two things happend when I drink beetsroot juice 1) bloodpressure falls drastic = not so good for me I tend to be at the lower end 2) if I drink it without a fatty meal- my bloodsugar tends to go crazy.
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