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Beet – a plant that spread all over the continents inhabited by people. The first mention of it dates back to the year 800 BC in Assyrian text describes beets from the Hanging gardens of Babylon are known as one of the wonders of the ancient world.
If listing all the useful properties of this root vegetable and not enough of several pages of text. Suffice it to say that it is part of the periodic table. And the medicinal properties of this plant are widely known since the time of Hippocrates, which has used beets in the treatment of many diseases.
Such wide fame beet caused many to forget that healthy foods do not exist. This root is the same. By the way, its harmful properties were well known to the ancients. So, Roman doctors recommended to cook this vegetable twice, so as not to suffer gazoobrazovania and stomach.
Doctor of medical Sciences, Professor, gastroenterologist Vitaly Rumyantsev recalls that excessive consumption of beets can cause stones or gout. This is due to the fact that this root vegetable is rich in oxalate. More precisely, it increases the concentration of oxalate in the urine. So the body needs calcium reacting with that substance, forming stones that are deposited in the kidneys.
All this contributes to the development of gout. It occurs when accumulation of uric acid due to poor functioning of your kidneys and deposits it in the joints.
Gastroenterologists recommend to forget about the beet in the period of acute gastritis or ulcers. The natural acids contained in this product increase the pH of gastric juice, which only exacerbates the situation.
Laboratory tests scientists from Budapest (Hungary) showed that the passion of beet juice leads to the accumulation of metals in the body. Given that beetroot also contains potassium, copper, iron, magnesium, zinc, sulfur, phosphorus, cobalt, their overabundance in the body can lead to the adverse effects primarily to the liver and pancreas. In fairness it should be noted that in the published in the scientific journal Acta Biologica Hungarica studies also indicated that for people with iron deficiency anemia beet juice is a huge benefit.
Specialists of Management on sanitary inspection behind quality of foodstuff and drug administration warned against the use of large doses of beet juice those who he isn’t drinking. According to their findings, beet juice has a powerful effect on the body, and if you start to drink it in large quantities it can lead to dysfunction of the body, in particular his gastrointestinal tract.
Threat beetroot juice and hypotensive, that is, people suffering from low blood pressure. Research conducted at London’s Queen Mary University revealed that people who drink in the morning two glasses of beet juice, and an hour later starts to decrease the pressure by about 10 points. And keeps it during the day. For hypertensive patients is a real cure, but for hypotensive and people with normal blood pressure – not good this drink is not a promise.
But even high blood pressure, especially in age, should be wary of excessive consumption of beet juice. American Dr. Kevin Griffiths warns that beetroot prevents the absorption of calcium. People have aged and without that you become deficient in the body, and beet juice can aggravate this problem. And it is not worth to consume the juice of this vegetable for those who have a predisposition to osteoporosis. For the same reason (lack of calcium absorption), says a doctor from the US, the beet should not get involved pregnant women. During the period of gestation, a woman’s body needs to consume calcium several times more, as this trace element is involved in the formation of the skeletal system of the child, and beets hinders this process.
Experts from the American diabetes Association launched the glycemic index (GI) of most products. GI is a measure of the influence of food on blood sugar levels. Raw beets have a glycemic index equal to 30, but it is worth it to cook, and this figure rises to 65. It threatens a serious spike in blood sugar. That is why the doctors of the Association do not recommend that people with diabetes have boiled beets.
But damp can cause many problems. For example, people predisposed to cardiovascular disease, freshly squeezed beet juice can cause spasms of the vessels. American cardiologist William Davis recommends drinking beet juice in very small amounts and only after it settles a bit. The doctor explains that beetroot contains a lot of harmful volatile compounds. Interacting with the air, they evaporate, which greatly increases the benefits of the beverage.
The doctors also warn that fresh beet juice leads to bloating. In addition, when getting juice in the stomach starts active oxidative processes that negatively impact on the walls of the digestive the main body. Those who have any disease of the gastrointestinal tract, should refrain from fresh beetroot juice.
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