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Beetroot powder

What is beetroot powder?

Beetroot powder is one of the most popular superfoods and dietary supplements available on the market. It consists of the powdered beetroot tuber and is therefore beetroot in its purest form.

field of use

When should you take beetroot powder?

Beetroot is a very nutritious product that offers many benefits. The powder is taken to strengthen the immune system, to cleanse the intestines, to improve the complexion or to strengthen the bile, liver and bladder.

It can also be used as a support for erectile dysfunction. This makes it ideal for people who suffer from a weak immune system or blemished skin or who have problems with the intestines, gall bladder, liver, bladder or erections. And the powder can also be beneficial for those who do not have any of these complaints, because it is particularly suitable for a balanced, healthy diet and also for weight loss. In addition, the powder is highly recommended for athletes due to the many nutrients.


What effect does beetroot powder promise?

The powder combines different effects. On the one hand, it has an antioxidant and detoxifying effect on the body. The ingredients of beetroot support the liver and thus help effectively to detoxify the body.

Beetroot also has an antihypertensive effect. One study has shown that drinking half a liter of beetroot juice can lower blood pressure by around 5 mmHg. The powder has the same effect as the juice because as a powdered tuber it contains even more nutrients than the liquid form of the juice.

The powder can also help lighten the mood. It stimulates the human happiness hormone serotonin.

Beetroot is also said to have an antispasmodic and secretion-promoting effect. The most important effect of the beetroot and therefore of the powder, however, is the strengthening of the immune system, as the nutrients support the immune cells in the defense against pathogens.

Beetroot powder also dilates the blood vessels, which promotes blood circulation and regulates blood pressure.

For those who study a lot, the powder can also be good. Because it supports the transmission of signals in the brain and thus learning and memory processes.

Due to the vasodilating effect, the powder is also good for the heart, as the coronary arteries are expanded, the blood flow to the heart is improved and the blood pressure is lowered.

After all, this promotion of blood flow also ensures improved blood flow to the erectile tissue and can thus help with erectile dysfunction.

Due to the many minerals and the nitrate it contains, beetroot also has a performance-enhancing effect, which is why the powder is very popular as a dietary supplement with athletes.

Side effects

What side effects can I experience when taking beetroot powder?

Basically, if the powder is consumed moderately in a balanced diet, no side effects are to be expected.

However, when consumed in excess, certain side effects can occur. On the one hand, beetroot contains nitrate. This nitrate is inherently harmless, but under certain circumstances the nitrate can be converted to nitrite in the body. Nitrite is especially dangerous for babies because it prevents oxygen from being transported in the blood and can cause cyanosis. Second, nitrosamines can be produced from nitrite in combination with other chemical substances in the body. Nitrosamines have already been shown to be carcinogenic in animal experiments; the effect on humans is still unclear. However, potential damage to health cannot be ruled out.

Another potentially harmful component of the beetroot and thus of the powder is oxalic acid. From this acid, in combination with magnesium, potassium or sodium, oxalates are produced as a metabolic product. These oxalates are usually excreted. If the proportion is too high, however, it can lead to deposits in the form of kidney or urinary stones. People who suffer from kidney disease should therefore not take the powder.

Probably the most common and harmless side effect of beetroot powder is the discoloration of the urine. This occurs very often, but is absolutely harmless and only a side effect of the plant pigment that has been consumed.

Duration of use

How long is the use of beetroot powder until the first results are achieved?

In order to achieve long-term success, the powder should be consumed regularly. The effects of the beetroot powder all occur in the long term, an immediate effect after a single ingestion cannot be expected. It is more about permanent improvement and strengthening of the body and not about immediate relief of any complaints.


Where does beetroot powder come from?

The beetroot powder consists of harvested, dried and then ground beetroot tubers. These tubers are grown in many countries with temperate climates. The sowing takes place from mid-April to early July. The beets are then ready for harvest after three to four months from around July or August. Many households now also grow beetroot privately in their gardens. You can then use a mortar to make the powder yourself.

Starting product

What does the base product of beetroot powder look like?

The starting product of the powder is the beetroot tuber. The beetroot belongs to the beet family and its tuber has long been known for its health benefits. The turnip is usually round to pear-shaped and weighs up to 600 g. Its shell is thin and underneath it has a crisp, juicy meat with an aromatic taste.

Common names

What are the other names of beetroot powder?

Beetroot is also known as Rande, Rahner, Rauna, Rana, Rahne, Rohne, Rone, Ronen, Randig and Rohna.


Which ingredients are contained in beetroot powder?

Beetroot contains tons of valuable minerals and nutrients. It is very low in carbohydrates and fat, with only 9 grams of carbohydrates and 0.2 grams of fat per 100 grams.

The vitamins that are most likely to be found in beetroot are folic acids. These belong to the B vitamins and are also known as vitamin B9. Folic acids are particularly important for growth processes, blood formation and cell division. Almost a third of the recommended daily dose for adults is found in 100 grams of beetroot alone.

Other very important vitamins that can be found in beetroot are beta-carotenes. 100 grams of beetroot contain 10 micrograms of this. The beta-carotenes belong to the group of colorings which give vegetables their color. These beta carotenes can be converted into the important vitamin A in the body. Vitamin A has a major impact on many areas of the body. It is used to produce visual pigments, which in turn are necessary so that people can perceive colors and the difference between light and dark. Vitamin A also supplies the skin with moisture and is involved in many metabolic processes. It also has a positive effect on bone growth, blood formation and the immune system.

Furthermore, a lot of vitamin C can be found in the beetroot tuber. This ensures the immune-boosting effect of the powder.

Vitamin B1, B2 and B6 can also be found in smaller amounts in the powder. These also strengthen the immune system and are involved in many crucial metabolic processes in the body.

Vitamin E also plays an important role as an ingredient in beetroot and powder. It is important for the anti - oxidative effect of the beetroot and protects the body from potentially harmful molecules, which are also known as "free radicals". These can damage the cells of the body, have a negative impact on the metabolism and, in the worst case, cause serious diseases such as cancer.

In addition to vitamins, the powder also contains many minerals. These have various beneficial effects on the body. 60 and 410 milligrams of sodium and potassium are found in 100 grams of beetroot. These minerals are particularly important for the transmission of nerve impulses, they strengthen muscle performance, have an influence on the heart rhythm and regulate the body's fluid balance.

Magnesium is also found in beetroot. This also affects the heart muscle and the muscles, but it is also very important for the metabolism. Because magnesium influences many enzymes and thus plays an active role in cell generation, energy production and the use of oxygen.

Beetroot also contains the trace element iron as a further mineral. Iron has a great influence on cell respiration and also on cell formation.

Another trace element it contains is zinc, which is also important for the metabolism. It also supports sperm production and the immune system.

The last important ingredient in the powder is phosphate. Phosphate is not only relevant for metabolism. In combination with calcium, it contributes significantly to bone metabolism and the hardness of the bones.

Similar superfoods

Are there any similar superfoods that work like beetroot powder?

Basically there are different types of vegetables that, like beetroot powder, contain a lot of vitamins and minerals. For example, spinach can also be bought as a powder.

The blood pressure lowering effect can also be achieved through another superfood, namely cranberries. The difference is that the beetroot is a domestic product and combines a large number of effects. Above all, there are only a few superfoods that, like beetroot, can be taken in powder form as a dietary supplement. The fact that the nutrients of the beetroot are located in the tuber of which the powder is made makes the absorption of vitamins and minerals particularly easy.

So in order to achieve the effect of the beetroot powder, a larger amount of different vegetables and berries would have to be consumed.

Forms of administration

In which form can beetroot powder be bought on the market?

The beetroot powder can usually be purchased in finished 100 to 1000 gram packs. However, it is also possible to buy the beetroot as a tuber or to grow it, dry it and use a mortar to make the powder yourself.

Recommended intake

What is the recommended consumption of beetroot powder as an NEM?

It is best to drink 200 milliliters of water daily with a heaping tablespoon of the powder mixed in. This should ideally be done before breakfast to get the maximum effect. The powder can just as easily be placed in juices or mueslis or other dishes. Before a competition, 15 grams of the powder should be drunk with approx. 250 milliliters of water an hour and a half beforehand in order to increase performance.

Is there anything to consider when buying beetroot powder?

When buying the powder, make sure that it is a powder made from the beetroot tuber. In addition, it should be checked whether additives or carriers have been added to the powder.