Thursday, March 08, 2018

SuperBeets Review (UPDATE: Mar 2018) | 15 Things You Need to Know

SuperBeets Review (UPDATE: Mar 2018) | 15 Things You Need to Know: Dr Olga & Michele Harris

SuperBeets are a nutrient dietary supplement from beetroot powder and marketed as one of the beet products that contain more nutrients than other beet products. This dietary nutrient, which is rich in nitrate-rich superfoods, boosts the body’s Nitric Oxide production.
Nitric Oxide also helps in transporting messages between cells and helps to relax arteries, which makes blood circulation easy. [1]
To understand SuperBeets more, it is good to learn what Nitric Oxide is. From there you understand why it does the things claimed it does. Nitric oxide’s abbreviation is NO and it is a gas.
The body naturally makes Nitric Oxide within its blood vessels. It is one of the major players in giving the body its proper functions.
Other than the body, the other substances that produce Nitric Oxide are nitrates. Some of the foods very rich in nitrates include beets and green vegetables.
SuperBeets are not a weight loss product and there is no research evidence of that support its claim of muscle building. Besides these, SuperBeets also energizes the body and builds up stamina.
The product which uses a patented drying process to retain the strength of the nutrients bad nitrites from the beets has two flavors which are black cherry and natural apple. SuperBeets in stores sell the canisters that have 30 servings at $39.95.

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How Did SuperBeets Start?

Since the ancient times Beetroot, juice has offered many health benefits to people from all over the world. It became even more popular when athletes claimed that it helped them with stamina and improved their endurance.
One of the best-known reports was during the 2012 London Olympics when some athletes owed their excellent performances tie the effects of beetroot juice.
SuperBeets first came into the USA through the company that manufactured the SuperBeets whole foods called Neogenis. Neogenis later changed to Human and besides SuperBeets, the company makes other beet products like Neo40 and BeetElite.
Today, SuperBeets is one of their leading products and sells in many parts of the world.
SuperBeets Customer Testimonials


SuperBeets Claims

SuperBeets are a product for Neogenis labs. The manufacturers claim to be world leaders in Nitric Oxide research. Based in Austria, Texas, the company offers a wide range of nutritional products, which are highly-regarded by athletes, physicians, nutritionists and other ordinary users.
SuperBeets manufacturers claim that the nutritional product is a great source of dietary nitrates. The body converts nitrite into Nitric Oxide, which helps with the blood circulation, maintaining manageable blood pressure levels, and boosting stamina and energy level, converts these nitrites.
The claims also say that the product contains antioxidants and electrolytes that help with the overall body wellness.
Further claims report that SuperBeets whole foods help users to carry out their exercises much better. Though there are no case studies to clarify the claims, there have been reports indicating that beetroot juice does work well with exercise.
According to other SuperBeets reviews, the claims are not correct and some users say they experienced no differences art all whether they used beetroot or not.

SuperBeets Ingredients

All the beets used in this product grow in the USA in a well-cultivated soil equilibrium, which is also very rich for the best potency. A special drying process conserves the beets too very high nutritional values. [1] [1]
You can get all the SuperBeets ingredient details from the main website. According to the SuperBeets website, 1 teaspoon of SuperBeets is the same as taking three non-organic beets.
1 teaspoon is about 5 grams. The ingredients in one teaspoon of SuperBeets are
  • Magnesium ascorbate
  • Malic acid
  • Natural apple flavor or natural black cherry flavor
  • Non-GMO beetroot crystals
  • Potassium
  • Protein
  • Sodium
  • Stevia leaf extract
  • Sugar
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