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Does Beet Juice Lower Blood Pressure?


Over a dozen studies show beet juice lowers blood pressure.

The body converts the dietary nitrate found in leafy green vegetables and beet juice into nitric oxide.

Nitric oxide is a signaling agent that naturally widens blood vessels and consequently, lowers blood pressure.

Further reading on Beet Juice and Blood Pressure:

– Study Finds Beet Juice Lowers Blood Pressure in the Long Term

– How Nitric Oxide Levels Improve Over Time with Regular Beet Juice Supplementation

Red Rush™ contains concentrated beet juice, which generates a boost of nitric oxide. One shot of Red Rush™ equals five beets.

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There are only five ingredients: Water, beets, cherry, citric acid and lemon. The cherry gives it a delicious taste. The lemon and citric acid helps with the pH balance of Red Rush™ and adds flavor. Water makes the syrupy beet concentrate easier to drink.

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