If you’re a healthy eater and you’re not into beetroot juices, you might not know this, but beetroot is a natural skin-healing ingredient.
It’s also one of the few ingredients that are naturally alkaline, meaning they can help your skin recover.
Beets contain a group of molecules called alkaline phosphatases (ALP), which can help reduce inflammation and improve the function of your skin.
And that’s where the research from the National Cancer Institute comes in.
The research team from the Cancer Institute and Harvard School of Public Health published their findings on the potential of beetroots and the alkaline compounds they contain in a recent study.
The paper describes how the research team isolated the compounds from the leaves of the beets, which they found contained a range of alkaline chemicals that could help fight cancer.
The researchers also found that the beetroot extracts could help lower inflammation and reduce the appearance of skin lesions.
The study was published in the journal Cancer Research.
“We have identified a range [of] alkaline components from the root of the beet that could be used as therapeutic agents,” the paper’s lead author, Dr. Matthew A. Risch, a professor of dermatology at the National Institute of Dermatology and Venereology (NIDCV), told The Verge in an email.
“This study adds to the emerging literature supporting a role for alkaline skin compounds in the treatment of cancer and the prevention of skin damage associated with it.”
The research has potential to help improve the quality of life for millions of people around the world who are suffering from skin problems.
The group of compounds was found to reduce inflammation, and improve skin function.
A lot of the skin is damaged and doesn’t look as good as it should.
And when you’re treated with these chemicals, you can feel it on your skin more quickly and effectively.
That’s one reason why there are a lot of people that have been taking skin-care products with these alkaline ingredients for a long time.
If these compounds can be used for treating conditions such as skin cancer, it could be a big benefit for people suffering from such conditions, Risch added.