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How much could lower blood pressure reduce health risks?

By David Templeton Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 22-Sept-2015. Dramatically lower systolic blood pressure — that big number after the blood-pressure cuff has deflated — may be necessary to reduce risk of cardiovascular and kidney disease and even death.

 

WFU Study HIGHLIGHTS THE POWER OF BEETS

By Michael Hastings Winston-Salem Journal, 3-May-2017. A new study at Wake Forest University is putting beets in the spotlight, connecting the dots between consumption of beetroot juice and brain activity.

 

Unbeetable: How Did They Make That?

By Mark Schrope, 2-June-2015. A relatively new performance drink called UNBEETABLE, which promises everything from lower blood pressure to increased blood flow to the brain, was born right here at Wake Forest.

 
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BEETS AND BEET ROOT JUICE SHOWING HEALTH BENEFITS

By David Templeton, 13-Oct-2015. Americans generally don’t like beets. People online put the bulbous red root on par with anchovies, chicken liver and Brussels sprouts. It’s hard to hit a root too low, but people typically say that beets taste like dirt, with less hostile commentary simply referring to them as “earthy.” 

 
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BEETROOT JUICE CAN BATTLE ALTITUDE SICKNESS: HIMALAYAN STUDY

By Louise Reid, 15-Oct-2015

Consumption of nitrate-rich beetroot juice may restore reduced blood vessel function in healthy subjects at altitude, researchers have said.

 
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With beetroot juice before exercise, aging brains look ‘younger’

by Alicia Roberts, 19-April-2017

Drinking a beetroot juice supplement before working out makes the brain of older adults perform more efficiently, mirroring the operations of a younger brain, according to a new study by scientists at Wake Forest University.

 
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Auburn's Secret Sauce: Beet Juice

by Ben Cohen, Wall Street Journal, September 17, 2014

Behind every championship team is a strategy that may sound strange to everyone else. Auburn's happens to taste that way, too.  Beyond the usual explanations for Auburn's remarkable rise from 3-9 in 2012 to winning the Southeastern Conference last year is a secret that hadn't been revealed until now. Over the last two seasons, the Tigers have been experimenting with an elixir-like potion.  "We were doing beet juice," says... 

 

Why You Might Want To Be Drinking Beet Juice At The Gym

by Alastair Bland, 14-October-2015

Beet juice has a small effect on athletes. "But the difference between not making the podium at the Olympics and standing on the top step is often only a couple percent," says Andrew Coggan of Washington University in St. Louis.