CherryBeet - extra strong source of antioxidants and vitamins

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CherryBeet

60 Vege Caps • Weight: 56g


1 capsule contains: Beetroot Extract (10:1) - 220mg (equivalent to 2200mg beetroot powder)
Montmorency Cherry Extract (10:1) - 220mg (equivalent to 2200mg cherry powder)
Vegetable cellulose capsule (HMPC) - 96mg
Beetroot Powder - 50mg
Montmorency Cherry Powder - 50mg
Contains no: added sugar, colours, dairy, fillers, flavours, gluten, lactose, preservatives, salt, wheat.
Suitable for vegetarians or vegans • Available in stock

Directions

1 capsule, 1 - 3 times per day (preferably with food) or as advised by a health practitioner.

A combination of beetroot and sour Montmorency cherry formula, which will make a considerable addition to any healthy diet and bring antioxidants and vitamins your body needs for a proper function. This supplement is beneficial for:
  • Improving athletic performance
  • Increasing the antioxidant levels in the body, this way improving energy level and reducing oxidative stress
  • Increases iron levels and helps in anaemia and fatigue syndrome, great for improving stamina levels and regaining energy levels
  • Is a great nutrient and stimulates the immune system
  • Improves heart function and controls blood pressure
  • Controls the good cholesterol levels
  • Supports with any detox programme (liver, spleen and gallbladder)
  • Encourages tissue growth and recovery
  • Supports healthy joints and muscular function, helps in muscular recovery
  • Helps with reducing inflammation
  • Controls the healthy uric acid in the body
  • Supports healthy brain function, regains you a good restful sleep
  • Stabilizes blood sugar levels

CherryBeet — a source of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals

This supplement is a mix of potent antioxidants and vitamins, mineral and nutrients, all included in an easy-to-take capsule form. It is a supplement which will boost your body's immunity and will stimulate red cell production through the high concentrations of contained iron. To enjoy the full benefits of these natural sources of nutrients it is recommended to consume them in big quantities and for long periods of time. However, for the majority of people this is simply not possible, both because of the price and also the hassle this would become. The juices available on the market have their minuses as well — during the processing process they loose important enzymes and nutrients. We are taking care of all these aspects with our new and potent formula CherryBeet so that everyone can benefit the remarkable properties of these natural foods in a potent, convenient and easy-to-take capsule form.

Ingredients explained

Beetroot

Beetroot (lat. Beta vulgaris) is a nutritious vegetable widely recognized for its source of minerals, vitamins and antioxidants. Being a vegetable which grows in the soil it is very susceptible to absorbing nitrates and growth stimulants the modern agriculture is so widely dependant on these days. It is important to have a reliable source of beetroot if you decide to adopt this vegetable in your menu

The absorption of the beetroot capsules is much higher than the absorption from the usual vegetable. The iron is a mineral found in the beetroot but which also can damage your teeth if taken regularly. Our coated capsules will prevent the iron from the beetroot to get in contact with your teeth. This supplement is suitable during the pregnancy — Pregnant women are recommended to increase their iron intake, as it stimulates the production of red blood cells and the beetroot extracts are more than welcome in this situation. It is interesting to know also that the young beetroot leaves are much more richer in iron than the spinach leaves.

Antioxidants are also an important reason why beetroot has been chosen for this formula — it has a high concentration of Betacyanin and Anthocyanin, both antioxidants which also make the red colour of this vegetable. Also, it is an important source of minerals such as Magnesium, Manganese, Sodium, Potassium, Phosphorus, Calcium, Iron, soluble fibre, and vitamins (A, B, C, Folic acid, carotenoids, flavonoids and Betaine).

Beetrot used by athletes
Beetroot is also a low caloric source of natural fibre, beneficial for our gastrointestinal tract and colon support. It is a great addition for any cleansing or detox programmes. Athletes are using beetroot extracts as source of minerals, nutrients and during the extensive training it proves to be a high source of energy and it helps body recovery after extensive training. They are almost entirely free of fats and have a low glycaemic load (the sugar conversion process is extremely slow and allows for a stabilisation of sugar levels in the blood). The medium Glycaemic Index is 64 with and extremely low Glycaemic Load of 2.9. They are also very rich in dietary nitrate which in turn leads to a reduction of oxygen uptake, increasing stamina and making exercise less tiring, same time acting against infection and has a beneficial effect on blood pressure and heart.
The positive effects of beetroot on sporting performance has been demonstrated through studies on physical activity and muscular growth. In a study conducted in 2009 by Exeter University scientists found the cyclists who drank half-litre of beetroot juice for 6 consecutive days before setting off were able to ride up to 16% longer than those who drank placebo juice 1.
Betaine, another component found in the beetroot has been proven to protect against liver disease, particularly against the build-up of fatty deposits in the liver caused by alcohol abuse, protein deficiency or diabetes by helping the body to eliminate the toxins. It is also considered to influence mood and has been shown to stimulate the brain and enhance the natural body mood-enhancer — serotonin. Betaine is also increasing in hypochlorhydria, a condition in which individuals suffer of a low stomach acid levels.

Beetroot and the cardiovascular function
The mechanism though which the beetroot is decreasing the risk of cardiovascular disease is by reducing the oxidation of LDL cholesterol which could lead to arterial damage and eventually heart attacks and strokes. Beetroot fibre has been shown to have cholesterol-lowering capabilities. Betaine is lowering the plasma homocysteine which is considered to be a possible risk factor for cardiovascular disease.
Due to the high content of dietary nitrate, called nitric oxide in the blood, which widens blood vessels, it is considered that the beetroot can help with the blood pressure control.

Montmorency Cherry

Montmorency cherries are rich in nutrients and particularly in antioxidants which fight free radicals in the body and help to prevent disease as well and slowing the ageing process. The latest research shows that these sour cherries have a high oxygen radical absorption capacity (ORAC) values. It has been calculated that the concentration of antioxidants in these cherries is so high that it would take more than 20 portions of other fruits and vegetable to reach the same concentration of antioxidants that you can get for one portion of Montmorency cherry. Apart from this, it is one of the few natural foods to contain:

  • Melatonin — a potent antioxidant which is involved in the body's circadian rhythms and improve sleep cycles.
  • Superoxide Dismutases — which act as scavengers of free radicals neutralizing them throughout the body.
  • Anthocyanins — natural colourants and other flavonoid compounds and phytonutrients. These have powerful anti-inflammatory properties, which help to maintain healthy joint function, mobility and flexibility, reduce inflammation and ease the pain of arthritis. They are also thought to lower urate levels in the body and are therefore often used as a remedy for gout.

Among the most important effects of Montmorency cherry on the human body are:

  • Supporting the cardiovascular function
  • Offering protection against heart disease
  • Reducing the risk of diabetes and insulin resistance syndrome
  • Supporting memory and other brain functions
  • They are low in sugar, sodium and calories
  • They are a good source of beta carotene, containing up to 19 times the beta carotene of blueberries and strawberries.
  • They are rich in vitamins C, E — powerful antioxidants found in nature.
  • A good source of potassium, magnesium, iron, folate and dietary fibre.

Footnotes:
1Beetroot juice boosts stamina, new study shows, http://sshs.exeter.ac.uk/news/research/title_37371_en.html


Precautions

Food supplements must not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet, a healthy lifestyle or as a medication for accute diseases.
Discontinue use and consult a doctor if any adverse reactions occur!

Pregnant Women: Do not take this product if you are pregnant or likely to become pregnant. Pregnant women should not supplement except on the advice of a doctor or ante-natal clinic.

Do not use if seal under cap is broken or missing, if the cap is broken or missing, if the contents are damaged.

Disclaimers

Allways read the label before use.