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    “One study found cyclists who drank beetroot juice two to three hours before exercise increased peak power and pedaling velocity. Another review also shows that beetroot juice can increase overall endurance and power for athletes,” says Rizzo. That said, if you’re prone to hypotension (or low blood pressure), you might want to skip them, as they could leave you feeling lightheaded or dizzy. “The studies done show about 1 bottle of beet juice or the equivalent in beet powder to be most effective for the benefits,” says Jones. “While research isn’t conclusive, the answer to this may depend on whether you’re ingesting high amounts of synthetic nitrates and nitrites from processed meats or eating nitrates naturally from vegetables,” says Jones. Even though the jury’s out on whether NO supplements really do improve performance, Bloomer says if you want to try them at a low dosage, go ahead. While amping up your overall vegetable intake is a great start that offers many health benefits, beet powder and beet juice are your best bets. While amping up your overall vegetable inta

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