I am a little taken aback at how "bloody" the cutting of beetroot can be - causing my beloved juicer and chopping board awash with red stains. Luckily, it can be washed off easily. The topping is white sesame seed and my very own arugula which I grow at my mini garden.
For the nutritional values and benefits of Beetroot , read here.
My real interest is actually the endives - green veggie on the top picture. Wow, I am amazed it contains high concentration of Vitamin A and it is good for our eyesight (those watching TV and computer or handphone often can try this)
Oh Lord, how kind of you to create so many wonderful plants for us, humans to consume that we should really not worry about our provisions as you said.
And my God will supply all your needs according to His riches in glory in Christ Jesus. Philppians 4:19
It is reported that our country has one of the highest myopic rate in the world - read here
Give your family more of Endives which you can buy from the local supermarkets. I find juicing the most convenient way to take in the nutrients from vegetables and fruits. We tend to say we are busy with this and that and find it troublesome to prepare, cut , wash, juice and do the necessary clean up. You would note that most fruit juice stalls provide the basic fruits like water melon, apple, orange, carrot , celery but not the greens you truly want for your diet. So, do it once a week for the family, for health sake, you wouldn't regret it. If you over cook your vegetables , you would risk losing the nutrients inside which we can't see with our naked eyes and it is then counter productive to eat the vegetables in the first place. Juicing solves the problem, just buy, wash and consume it.
DRINK YOUR VEGGIES should be the right word for today's busy society !