Ever wondered whether there is any truth behind beet juice being a popular pre-workout drink for athletes? In this Dynamic Health Beetroot Juice review, I’ll tell you what I found out after months of downing this popular beet brand.
I haven’t always been an unfit person. But I’ll admit, after the birth of my daughter, I’d lost all motivation to get back on the treadmill. I started gaining so much weight, but I didn’t care.
It wasn’t until I was flipping through my photo album from my youthful days (yes, we still have those!), and I decided it was time to get back into shape. The first month was tough! I hadn’t had much exercise in the longest time, but I knew I was adjusting well by the second month.
That’s when I started looking for natural pre-workout drinks to help me maintain better energy levels during my workouts. I also wanted a drink that wouldn’t give me the caffeine high that would leave you jittery and completely spent afterwards. I discovered Dynamic Health Beetroot Juice from a friend I’d made at the gym, and I decided to get it for myself.
Tart cherry, Black cherry, Pomegranate, Cranberry, and more natural juices are just some of the products under the Dynamic Health brand. On the official website, I noticed other different brands for all things nutritional and dietary-related. There were so many goodies; I almost lost track of what I was looking for in the first place!
About Dynamic Health
From what I could gather, the brand was founded in the 1990s, and eventually joined the Nutraceutical group of brands; which could explain the countless dietary products under one roof. They pride their quality and unlimited product supply on the close relationships with farmers, growers, and harvesters from far and wide.
One main reason they have a wide variety of liquid nutrition is that they are easy to take and digest. You can even add them to your smoothies or drinks of your choice. Considering the rush I get into on some mornings, a quick drink saves my time over having to prepare, measure, and dilute beets in powder form.
After scientific research since beetroot (Beta vulgaris l.) was known to hold more beneficial properties than assumed, Potassium, Iodine, and Calcium are just some of the known minerals in beets. There are also Vitamin C and high levels of nitrates.
The nitrate content is what garners more interest than the rest of the ingredients. When converted into nitric oxide once in your body, you can feel an almost instantaneous increase in energy. At the same time, beets can relax your blood vessels and lower your blood pressure â€“ good news for individuals looking for a natural way to keep your pressure in check.
From the instructions, I only needed 30mls or two tablespoons every day, and it was very easy remembering and taking the drink. You have to make sure you refrigerate it immediately after opening your bottle and shake the bottle well before taking the daily amount.
I didn’t have to wait long to feel the effects. My workouts were a little less strenuous than they felt before. The nitric oxide also helps your muscles in their contraction and oxygen usage.
- An easier way to take your beets
- A natural and drug-free way to build your stamina
- It’s best to finish your bottle before two weeks are up (goes bad)
- Takes a while getting used to the taste
There are varying comments on this particular product, and I’m glad to say that my Dynamic Health Beetroot Juice review is one of the positive reviews. Of course, you have to be careful about where you buy your beet juice; there are countless untrustworthy sellers out there!
What is the sugar content in Dynamic Health Beetroot Juice?
According to the company, there is no added sugar in Dynamic Health Beet juice; at the back, the label states there is <1g sugar in the entire 32 Oz bottle. You can check the label for sugar content in different bottle sizes or confirm on the main website.
How long can you refrigerate Dynamic Health Beetroot juice before it goes bad?
Depending on how fresh your Dynamic Health beet juice bottle is, you can refrigerate the beet juice for about ten days to two weeks. The juice may go bad faster if not refrigerated or if it stays for long periods out of the fridge.
Where is Dynamic Health Beetroot Juice manufactured?
Dynamic Health Labs Inc is based in New York and was created in 1994. The corporation is certified by the United States Department of Agriculture, adheres to FDA and GMP guidelines, and creates other certified kosher Concentrates, Juice Blends, and Liquid Dietary Supplements apart from Beetroot juice.
What are the benefits of beetroot juice?
Apart from being a great source of potassium, iron, manganese, and vitamin C, beetroot juice contains nitrates that can lower blood pressure when consumed. The nitrates, after a chain reaction that converts them into nitric oxide in the body, can also boost energy levels, especially for fitness enthusiasts.
How much beet juice should I drink a day?
From past research, taking two cups of beet juice every day can lower blood pressure in healthy adults (even in older people) and improve stamina. Still, it is always best to seek medical opinion first, particularly for pregnant women and individuals with heart conditions or on medication.