Beet Leaf

Beet Leaf: Overview

The components in beet leaf tops include many of vitamins and minerals usually associated with green vegetables, and also high amounts of the lipotropic agents choline, inositol, and betaine.

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The fact that beet leaf tops stimulate the production and movement of bile as well as have an affinity for fat, make it an excellent agent to add to tonics for both the liver and gall bladder.  Beet leaves are also an excellent source of magnesium.


The common beet, Beta vulgaris rubra, is well known to most of us.  Beet leaf tops can be ground directly or juiced and then dried.

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