Beet, also known as beetroot is a highly nutritious  and popular vegetable used in multiple cuisines all around the world. It can be eaten raw or finely chopped to garnish soups and sauces.
Beets are highly medicinal with essential vitamins, minerals, and plant compounds. These nutrients help to provide multiple health benefits, including improved blood flow, lower blood pressure, and increased exercise performance.
Beetroots can be eaten  raw, cooked, or pickled, and their leaves, which are known as beet greens can also be eaten. The most common type of beets are the dark-purple-colored ones, but they can also come in varying colors, including yellow, white, or pink.
A common side effect of eating beetroot daily is pinkish stools and reddish urine, which results from the concentrated pigment in the root vegetable. Now let’s examine eight health benefits  of beets:
Reduce Inflammation & Promotes Healthy Skin
Photochemical and betalains in beets help reduce inflammation as an immune system response to free radicals. It contains compounds that suppress the immune reaction to foreign invaders. These compounds help reduce the risks of developing certain health conditions like cancer and heart diseases.
Beets are an excellent source of vitamin C. Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) has done wonders to the skin ranging from anti-aging, to toning, to firming, and elasticity. It improves wrinkle lines and helps clear blemishes and dark spots. Drinking beetroot juice regularly can work from within to give your skin a vibrant and youthful glow. It can also work topically to be applied on the skin directly to remove impurities and soften the skin.