Beetroot lattes have become more and more popular over the last decade. It's no secret as to why, either. They taste absolutely divine and are great when you want to try a cafe drink different to your regular coffee, hot chocolate or chai. So much more than a great-tasting drink, though, they are also incredibly healthy (when they aren't packed with sugar) and have some fantastic healing qualities. 

The following article aims to help you understand the benefits of Beetroot Lattes and why you should drink them more often. It's important to note that this is based on the Jomeis Fine Foods Beetroot Latte and not other market alternatives as some may have added artificial sugar, which can deplete the power of its benefits. 


Drinking a beetroot latte can lower blood pressure 

Beetroot contains several vitamins, minerals and compounds that are fantastic for the body. One of these is a high nitrate quantity, which is usually only found in foods such as leafy greens. Nitrates are critical for the body, as when consumed the digestive system turned them into nitric oxide. This compound can then widen the blood cells, which can contribute to several benefits, including lowered blood pressure. 

This is critical for those that may have a family history of high blood pressure, as drinking a beetroot latte a day can act as a preventative for blood-pressure-related conditions. It's also fantastic for those who may be handling stressful jobs or situations, as lowering blood pressure can reduce some of the physical symptoms of stress, such as rapid heartbeats. 

A beetroot latte a day can improve physical performance 

As mentioned, consuming beetroot regularly can help to expand the blood cells. When this occurs, it promotes better blood flow throughout the body, which is required to help the body withstand strenuous physical activity. And you don't need to be an athlete to notice the benefits for yourself. 

While many athletes do consume beetroot after exercise to improve their recovery speed, anyone can benefit from consuming beetroot after physical activity. So, whether you're attending a Pilates class or heading for a stroll around the block, we can't recommend consuming a beetroot latte afterwards more than enough. 

Trust us when we say, you'll thank us for it when your muscles aren't aching as much as they would be otherwise. 


Beetroot lattes are fantastic for nurturing good gut health 

Beetroot is one of the richest sources of glutamine, which is an amino acid essential to the health and maintenance of the gut. With a good balance of the right acids in the gut, you can also feel more awake, and less bloated and enhance your digestion system tenfold. Say goodbye to constipation and craps, we say. 

Beetroot is also incredibly high in fibre, meaning that it can help your stomach digest as it's intended to. So, a beetroot latte in the morning or evening can help ensure you're set up for success for the day. 


Beetroot lattes are a must-have for vegans 

Those living a vegetarian or plant-based lifestyle know how difficult it can be to get all of the nutrients and minerals that you need to feel your best every day. This is especially true concerning iron, which can have devastating impacts on mental clarity, mood and energy levels when it's too low. 

If you don't want to spend your life-consuming often-constipating iron tablets, though, you do need to do everything to ensure your gut, mind and spirit feel their best. And having more beetroot is one of the easiest ways to achieve this. 


Well, beetroot is a rich source of plant-based iron and potassium, two compounds which are hard to consume regularly in a plant-based diet. Therefore, having just one beetroot latte a week can make all the difference to how your body functions without meat-based nutrient intake. 

But remember, consider the other ingredients 

We made mention of this above, but the power of a beetroot latte can stop at its ingredient content. While you can't always check the back of a packet when you order one at a cafe, we always recommend you take some time to see what else may be in the mix. After all, a sugar-laden mix can contribute to cholesterol and several health problems. 

We always recommend opting for a naturally sweetened alternative, like the Jomeis Fine Foods range. 

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