BEETROOT GOLDEN BOY – GOLDEN BEETROOT IS NOW PROVEN TO AID ENDURANCE AND STAMINA! $1.50

GOLDEN BOY BEETROOT! NATURES SPIRIT AND ENERGY BOOSTER! PLUS IT LOOKS PRETTY, IS EASY TO GROW AND TASTES GOOD!

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Imagine this: something as humble as a beetroot could potentially enhance endurance and boost performance. Whether you’re sipping on a glass of beetroot juice or savoring some delicious baked beetroot, the benefits are straightforward and, in my opinion, quite tasty.

But really, why not give it a try? Beetroot packs a punch when it comes to nutrients, offering a range of health benefits. Loaded with vitamins A, B, and C, along with antioxidants like beta-carotene and beta-cyanine, plus folic acid, magnesium, potassium, phosphorous, iron, and fiber, it’s a powerhouse of goodness.

The vibrant pigments in beetroot, known as betalains, come in two hues: the bold red/violet of betacyanins and the sunny yellow of betaxanthins. Both types of betalains boast nitrogen and serve as potent antioxidants and anti-inflammatories. But that’s not all—beetroot is also chock-full of nitrate, which converts into nitric oxide.

Now, nitric oxide is quite the game-changer. It’s a potent vasodilator often found in supplements to give bodybuilders that coveted “pump” and aid endurance. However, nitric oxide is swiftly metabolized in the body, meaning its vasodilating effects are short-lived.

But here’s where it gets interesting: nitric oxide plays a vital role in exercise and performance by boosting blood flow to the muscles, making it easier for mitochondria (your cellular powerhouses) to churn out energy. Additionally, it helps regulate blood pressure and muscle contractions.

So, whether you’re looking to boost your workout or simply reap the myriad health benefits, beetroot might just be the delicious solution you’ve been searching for!

Grow Notes
Plant seeds in moist well drained soils during Spring, Summer and Autumn. Avoid planting in extremely hot or cold weather which can affect germination and growth. Grown in full sun.

Young seedlings will need protection from pests, pets and weather until they are established.

Sow
Sow direct at 15mm depth. Space plants at 10cm with 50cm rows. Beetroot seeds are clustered together with each cork-like fruit containing two or three seeds.

Keep soil moist but never wet or dry.

Once germinated, thin out early to avoid root disturbance. Use the first thinning as salad leaf, the next as baby beets then let the rest mature on.

Germination
5-10 days at 10-30°C

Maturity
30 days for baby leaf or 60 days for Beets. Hardy Biennial but usually grown as an annual.

 

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