Why They’re Worth It: Beets are high in vitamin C and folate. Plus, they’re a great source of the antioxidant lipoic acid. “Recent research shows it can be helpful in healing nerve damage in people with diabetes,” says Salge-Blake. (Beets tend to bleed, and the juice can stain, so use caution.)
Is Pickled beets good for you?
Pickled beets offer a number of health benefits as they are rich in fiber and certain vitamins and minerals. Pickled beets are very low in fat, with less than 0.2 g in each cup of slices. Dietary fat is high in calories, so consuming low-fat foods may help you manage your weight.