Cultivated since 300 BC by Ancient Greeks, beetroot is the taproot portion of a beet plant. At these times, they only ate the leaves and offered the root to their sun god Apollo. Now beetroots are mainly cultivated for their edible roots. Yellow Beetroot, also called Golden Beetroot, is an heirloom variety. It is a bit less sweet than red beets, but also has a more mellow and less earthy flavor all around. If nothing else, Yellow Beetroot add a bright, zesty yellow colour when served roasted or in salads.
Rich in vitamins C and B (folate), beetroots are good for blood circulation and cells division period (like infancy and pregnancy). It also enhance immune system and strengthen vision. Manganese and potassium concentrations also improves bone health and help muscles contract.
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