Since ancient times, beetroots have been considered a useful and nutritious product. Ancient doctors used beetroots to treat skin, infectious and blood diseases. Beetroots are rich in vitamins, nutrients and minerals. This vegetable is a source of flavonoids and carotenoids. Beetroots are rich in vitamin C, fibers, phosphorus, copper, iron and magnesium. This vegetable has very few calories.

Beetroots are very useful for treating heart, gall bladder, liver diseases, hemorrhoids, constipation, and anemia. They help normalize blood circulation and digestion. Due to the high content of iron and copper in beetroots, they can be used in the case of hemoglobin deficiency. This valuable vegetable lowers blood pressure and removes excess bad cholesterol.

Beetroots contain fibers that helps lower triglycerides, high levels of which increase the risk of heart disease. Nutrient betaine reduces homocysteine in the body, which is very harmful to blood vessels. That is why consuming beetroots helps prevent cardiovascular diseases. Doctors advise women who are planning to become pregnant and during pregnancy to include beetroots in their diet. This vegetable is a useful source of folic acid, which reduces the risk of birth defects.

Beetroots are rich in vitamin C, which prevents asthma. In lung cancer, beetroots stimulate the production of natural beta-carotene. This vegetable also contains a large amount of carbohydrates, which provide enough energy and endurance. We use our own dried beetroots to make OMEGAFUL crackers. Since our crackers are dried at a temperature of 45C, all the positive properties of beetroots are preserved.

You can find red beetroots in our OMEGAFUL crackers: