Superbeets Heart Chews: The “Magic” Isn’t in the Beets (2023)

Superbeets Heart Chews: The “Magic” Isn’t in the Beets (1)

There’s no shortage of mass market supplement offerings that are constantly plastered across media outlets (e.g. Nugenix, Force Factor, etc.). Despite the haughty claims and fancy ad-speak, the vast majority of these products are woefully underdosed.

Along these lines, Sandy asked me the other day about a product she saw an advertisement for called Superbeets Heart Chews. With the understanding that she learned of the product on a TV/radio spot, I quickly made the flippant remark, “it’s probably underdosed garbage that includes 500mg of beet root extract and not much more.”

When I finally pulled up the ingredients panel for Superbeets Heart Chews, I wasn’t far off:

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The question remains though -- are Superbeets Heart Chews a “scam” or are they just another underdosed, mass market supplement?

Let’s discuss.

Superbeets Heart Chews Ingredients

Beet Root Extract (500mg)

Beetroot is rich in dietary nitrate (NO3-), and consuming nitrate-rich foods has been shown to increase nitric oxide (NO) levels, improve blood flow, reduce blood pressure, and boost exercise performance.

The dose of dietary nitrate found to benefit cardiovascular health and athletic performance is at least 300-600mg (~4.8-9.8 mmol) nitrate.[1,2,3,4]

Regarding beetroot, specifically, most studies have individuals consume 500mL of beetroot juice (delivering an average of ~5-8mmol nitrate per serving). In addition to nitrates, beetroot juice also contains other bioactive compounds that act independently or synergistically with nitrate to improve NO production and blood flow, including polyphenols such as quercetin and resveratrol as well as antioxidants.

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However, the form of beetroot juice commonly included in most dietary supplements, including Superbeets Heart Chews, is 500mg beet root powder. There is no standardization for nitrate contents, it’s just dried, ground up beetroot. Average nitrate contents of beetroot powder, according to research, is between 1-5%.[5,6] It also should be stated that 500mg of beet root powder is NOT equivalent to 500mL of beetroot juice.

Interestingly, Superbeets (and their parent company HumanN) have had their “nitrate-rich” beetroot powders tested by 3rd party researchers. You can see the results below[6]…

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As you can see, the amount of nitrates delivered per 5,000mg serving of Superbeets beetroot powder is only ~1.03mmol (63.86mg) nitrates…This is ~4-5x less than the efficacious amount of nitrate noted in research to offer cardiovascular and athletic performance benefits.

Furthermore, the amount of beetroot powder included in a serving of Superbeets Heart Chews is 500mg, which means you’re probably only getting about 30-35mg of actual nitrates in a serving of the supplement -- 10x less than the minimal dose shown in research to improve NO levels and blood flow.

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The takeaway here is that (at best) you’re getting some polyphenols that may support healthy blood flow and nitric oxide production, but in terms of getting any profound boost in nitrate concentrations or NO from the beet component of Superbeets Heart Chews, it doesn’t look promising.

The other ingredient included in Superbeets Heart Chews is doing the real work, which we’ll get to in a moment.

Nitrates & Exercise: Timing is Everything

One thing to keep in mind concerning nitrate supplementation, particularly in regards to athletic performance, is that it takes between 1-2 hours after ingestion for plasma nitrate levels to peak , and plasma nitrite levels peak after 2–3 hours following ingestion.[8] Research also indicates that both nitrate and nitrite levels gradually return to baseline after about 24 hours.[11]

Additionally, it’s best to avoid excessive use of mouthwash with beetroot juice supplementation as it can limit the effects of nitrate ingestion.[12]

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Enovita® Grape Seed Extract (150mg)

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Enovita is a trademarked, proprietary grape seed extract standardized to provide[22]:

  • ≥95.0% of proanthocyanidins by spectrophotometry
  • ≥5.0%, ≤15.0% of catechin and epicatechin by HPLC

A number of studies have been conducted over the years on grape seed extract and its effects on various markers of cardiometabolic health, including blood pressure, cholesterol, and blood glucose.

Grape seed extract is a rich source of polyphenols and antioxidants, especially proanthocyanidins which have been investigated for their health-promoting effects. Proanthocyanidins are products of the flavonoid pathway and are related to anthocyanins (the “fun” bioactive compounds in blueberries and other dark berries that aid cardiovascular and cognitive health).[13]

Proanthocyanidins support healthy blood pressure by modulating angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) and stimulating endothelial nitrogen oxide synthase (eNOS).[14,15,16]

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Figure 1.Phenolic compounds in different fractions of grape and the chemical structures of several representative bioactive compounds. (A) Proanthocyanidins; (B) anthocyanins; (C) resveratrol. TPC, total phenolic content.[23]

Compounds that limit or blunt the activity of are referred to as ACE inhibitors, and they are one of the major targets of researchers for combating high blood pressure. ACE inhibitors block the conversion of angiotensin I to the vasoconstrictor compound, angiotensin II. By inhibiting ACE, there will be lower levels of angiotensin II, which helps reduce vasopressor activity and decreased aldosterone secretion.

The end result is increased vasodilation, which helps blood vessels to stay open and flexible -- aiding blood flow, circulation, nutrient delivery, and more.

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A 2020 meta-analysis concluded that supplementing with grape seed extract decreased LDL (“bad”) cholesterol, total cholesterol, and triglycerides[17]. A prior 2016 meta-analysis by Zhang et al. concluded that grape seed extracts can help decrease systolic and diastolic blood pressure, with effects being significantly more pronounced in subjects with metabolic syndrome and in pre-hypertensive individuals.[18]

A 2021 meta-analysis, including 13 studies analyzing the potential BP-lowering effects of grape seed extract supplementation, found an average systolic blood pressure decrease of 9.3 mmHg which is equivalent to a 10% risk reduction for stroke.[19]

Apart from the other studies referenced above, there are two human studies (to date) specifically investigating the benefits of Enovita.[20,21]

Enovita Study #1

The first human trial published on Enovita was a controlled registry study involving 119 healthy, pre- and mildly hypertensive subjects. Two dosages of Enovita were evaluated (150mg and 300mg/day.[20]

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Researchers concluded, “After four months of treatment, a statistically significant higher, and dose-dependent, improvement in all endpoints was observed in the treatment groups compared to that of the control, with blood pressure normalizing in 93% of the higher dosage (300 mg) treatment group.”

In other words, 150mg Enovita was helpful, but 300mg offered greater benefits for blood pressure.

Enovita Study #2

A 2021 double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled parallel group study was conducted in 80 men and women with mild hypertension.[21] Participants consumed either placebo or 150mg Enovita grape seed extract twice daily (for a total of 300mg/day) for 16 weeks.

Significant reductions of systolic blood pressure of −4.6 mmHg and diastolic blood pressure of −3.2 mmHg was observed in men after 16 weeks of Enovita supplementation. Interestingly, researchers also noticed a trend toward lower feelings of self-perceived stress by the men and women after the study.

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Figure 6.Global assessment 16 weeks after (V3), as general health perception due to intervention. Global assessment in percentage of GSEe (in purple) vs. placebo (in grey) evaluated by three answer categories: “not at all”, “a little bit/somewhat” and “quite a bit/very much”.[21]

The takeaway here is that 300mg Enovita supports reductions in elevated blood pressure -- 150mg was not investigated.

Are SuperbeetsHeart Chews Worth It?

Despite the slew of advertisements, Superbeets Heart Chews are really just a sprinkle of beet root powder and the lesser-beneficial dose of grape seed extract (150mg).

As shown above, beetroot powder is more hype than substance since it contains negligible amounts of actual dietary nitrates. If you’re actually interested in the NO-boosting, BP-lowering effects of nitrates, then it would be better to consume a nitrate-rich diet (dark leafy greens, beets, beetroot juice) and/or supplement with nitrates (NO3-T).

As for grape seed extract, there are a wide variety of high-quality grape seed extracts available in both powder and capsule forms that are better dosed (300-600 mg/serving) and more affordable.

For my money, I’d look to a bulk grape seed extract supplement and focus on consuming enough other high-quality foods throughout the day/week.

Are Superbeets Heart Chews “bad”?


Are they overhyped and potentially misbranded?

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In my opinion, yes.

The real workhorse in Superbeets Heart Chews is the grape seed extract. Even then, to get the maximum benefit of Enovita (per the published research), you’d need to consume two servings of soft chews per day…OR you could just purchase a grape seed extract supplement and take one each day and be done with it.


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What is the active ingredient in SuperBeets? ›

The main key ingredient is the highest quality non-GMO beetroot powder. Beetroot powder is known to have the highest nitrate concentration. Additionally, the beets used in this supplement are grown within the U.S. in carefully cultivated soil, in order to yield the highest potency.

Is eating beets as good as SuperBeets? ›

We recommend regular whole beet consumption or beet juice over Superbeets for cardiovascular benefit. There is only one company-funded study suggesting that Superbeets is effective for lowering blood pressure, while there is extensive research on the cardiovascular benefit of whole beet consumption.

Is there a downside to taking SuperBeets? ›

Though the supplement appears to be safe at the recommended dose, no studies exist on its safety or side effects. The most common criticism of the product is its displeasing taste. SuperBeets may also prove expensive for regular users.

Is Super beets hard on your kidneys? ›

Is beet juice always bad for kidneys? Actually, it's not. Unless a person is at risk for kidney stones, beets may be key to reducing the risk of renal (kidney) failure during and after a heart x-ray. Coronary angiography is a specialized test allowing doctors to view the heart's blood vessels in action.

Are SuperBeets worth the money? ›

Summary: SuperBeets receives fairly mixed reviews from customers online. Most positive reviews report a noticeable boost in energy and some have experienced a minor decrease in blood pressure levels. Negative reviews complain of the price, the bad taste, and lack of results.

Are beet chews good for your liver? ›

Betaine. A compound found in beets and many other foods, is typically used to promote cardiovascular health. In fact, studies show it can also help break down fatty acids in the liver and may help treat nonalcoholic fatty liver disease.

Does SuperBeets raise blood sugar? ›

Blood sugar-wise, a serving of SuperBeets contains just 4 grams of carbohydrate, which is minimal, so it's not expected to have any effect on your blood sugars (of course, be sure to mix it with water).

Can I drink beet juice while taking blood pressure medication? ›

Most Read Life Stories. A: Adding beet juice to medications like losartan and metoprolol might have lowered your blood pressure too much. Symptoms of low blood pressure include lightheadedness, dizziness, feeling faint and nausea.

Is beet juice hard on your liver? ›

Protecting the liver

Beetroot juice contains antioxidants, vitamin A, vitamin B-6, and iron. These compounds help protect the liver from inflammation and oxidative stress while enhancing its ability to remove toxins from the body.

Is it better to eat beets or drink beet juice? ›

Both eating beets and drinking beet juice will give you anti-inflammatory betalains and other phytonutrients. If you're looking to enhance athletic performance, drink up. Juicing beets delivers a concentrated dose of nitrates, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. The problem is, you lose the fiber.

Does Superbeets really lower blood pressure? ›

Beets contain naturally high levels of nitrates, which your digestive system converts into nitric oxide. This compound relaxes and widens blood vessels, which, in turn, lowers blood pressure.

Who should not drink beet juice? ›

May Increase Kidney Stone Risk

According to Clinical Nutrition Research, beets are rich in oxalate and may contribute to stone formation (1). If you already have stones, your doctor might recommend you to stop or reduce beetroot/beetroot juice consumption.

Do SuperBeets interact with any medications? ›

Beetroot juice is rich in nitrates, which might negatively interact with certain blood pressure-lowering medicines, leading to a severe drop in blood pressure. Beetroot juice is used in drug formulations because of the red pigment.

Do SuperBeets cause gout? ›

The oxalates found in beets can increase your uric acid level, meaning that too many beets can lead to gout. To avoid this, stick to no more than a single half-cup serving of beets per day.

Does SuperBeets help circulation? ›

Beets are rich in nitrates, which the body converts to nitric oxide—a compound that relaxes and dilates blood vessels, turning them into superhighways for your nutrient- and oxygen-rich blood. That means better circulation, and possibly lower blood pressure.

Do beets supplements work? ›

Early research shows that taking red beetroot extract for 2 weeks can reduce total cholesterol, low-density lipoprotein (LDL or "bad") cholesterol, and triglycerides in people with heart disease. High blood pressure. Drinking beetroot juice might reduce blood pressure in some people.

How many SuperBeets Chews per day? ›

There are 60 chews per bag or 30 total servings, or 1-month supply. The recommended per day serving is 2 chews.

How much sugar is in SuperBeets? ›

There are 4g of sugar in SuperBeets Energy Gummies. 3g is from raw cane sugar, and <1g is from naturally occurring beet root.

Do beets increase estrogen? ›

Boron found in beetroot can boost the production of sex hormones in women, such as estrogen, progesterone, and a small amount of testosterone. According to studies, regularly consuming beet can metabolise estrogen and testosterone levels.

Do beets lower cholesterol? ›

Red beets also contain phytosterols, chemical structures found in plants very similar to cholesterol, which can help lower the body's cholesterol levels by promoting cholesterol excretion, also decreasing risk of cardiovascular disease. Beets can also help with blood pressure.

What time of day should I take SuperBeets? ›

You can take any SuperBeets at any time of the day – the choice is yours! We know that everybody is different, so what works for some may not work for others. That's why we recommend experimenting the first week or two to see what works best for you.

Should diabetics avoid beets? ›

There are no known risks to eating beetroot if you have diabetes. The American Diabetes Association encourages everyone to add more of these non-starchy vegetables to their diet. Unless you're allergic to beetroot, the only risk that comes with eating beets is beeturia.

Can beets cure diabetes? ›

Reduces Insulin and Blood Sugar Levels

Beetroots contain phytochemicals that help reduce blood sugar levels and control insulin levels in the body. According to experts, beetroot juice makes obese diabetic people more sensitive to insulin, which lowers blood sugar.

Can Type 2 diabetics drink beet juice? ›

If you have diabetes, there are no reported health risks associated with consuming beetroot juice. The American Diabetes Association recommends drinking beetroot juice for those with the condition.

How many times a day should you drink beet juice to lower blood pressure? ›

Researchers have concluded that one glass of beetroot juice a day is enough to significantly reduce blood pressure in people with high blood pressure. They conducted a placebo-controlled trial with dozens of participants.

Does ginger lower blood pressure? ›

Research suggests that high-dose ginger supplements may help lower high blood pressure. A review of 6 studies found that, when taken in doses of 3 grams or more per day for 8 weeks or fewer, ginger supplements significantly reduced blood pressure in people 50 years old and younger ( 42 ).

How many ounces of beet juice should you drink a day to lower blood pressure? ›

Beet juice may help lower your blood pressure. Researchers found that people who drank 250 milliliters (or about 8.4 ounces) of beet juice daily lowered both systolic and diastolic blood pressure.

Does Super Beets really lower blood pressure? ›

Beets contain naturally high levels of nitrates, which your digestive system converts into nitric oxide. This compound relaxes and widens blood vessels, which, in turn, lowers blood pressure.

What does Super beets do for your body? ›

Beet juice may boost stamina to help you exercise longer, improve blood flow, and help lower blood pressure, some research shows. Why? Beets are rich in natural chemicals called nitrates. Through a chain reaction, your body changes nitrates into nitric oxide, which helps with blood flow and blood pressure.

How long does it take for Super beets to work? ›

Claim: SuperBeets “Promotes” Nitric Oxide Production

A recent study in adults given a 70ml beet juice supplement showed an increase in nitric oxide levels of over 20%. The increase was present after 45, 90, and 180 minutes following consumption (11).

Are SuperBeets chews as good as the powder? ›

SuperBeets Heart Chews is not the same formula as SuperBeets Powder. SuperBeets Heart Chews are an ideal, convenient alternative when for those times when mixing a powder is not practical while supporting cardiovascular health, heart-healthy energy, and promoting normal blood pressure as part of a healthy lifestyle.

Do SuperBeets help with inflammation? ›

Reduced Inflammation

The stark red color of beets comes from compounds called betalains. Betalains have powerful antioxidant effects and can help reduce inflammation. Beets are also rich in nitrates, which reduce inflammation by removing harmful compounds from your bloodstream.

Does beet juice open arteries? ›

Beetroot juice has a positive effect on the cardiovascular system. The widening of blood vessels caused by nitrate ingestion not only improves circulation, but also decreases the risk of heart disease, hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis) and vascular disease.

Who should avoid beet juice? ›

May Increase Kidney Stone Risk

According to Clinical Nutrition Research, beets are rich in oxalate and may contribute to stone formation (1). If you already have stones, your doctor might recommend you to stop or reduce beetroot/beetroot juice consumption.

Do beets cleanse your liver? ›

Beetroot juice has traditionally been used as a remedy to activate liver enzymes and increase bile, which helps the liver's detox function. For instance, it's high in betalains and other compounds that have been shown to reduce inflammation, protect against oxidative stress and reduce the risk of liver damage.

Is SuperBeets good for your heart? ›

SuperBeets are a perfect superfood for you if: You feel sluggish and want more energy, but don't like taking stimulants. You want a nutrition-based way to support your heart health and blood pressure. You feel like your circulation could be better.

Does SuperBeets affect blood sugar? ›

Blood sugar-wise, a serving of SuperBeets contains just 4 grams of carbohydrate, which is minimal, so it's not expected to have any effect on your blood sugars (of course, be sure to mix it with water).

What is the best time of day to take SuperBeets? ›

You can take any SuperBeets at any time of the day – the choice is yours! We know that everybody is different, so what works for some may not work for others. That's why we recommend experimenting the first week or two to see what works best for you.

Does SuperBeets give you energy? ›

It helps you achieve healthy blood pressure, boosts stamina and energy, supports healthy systolic circulation, and increases nitric oxide levels. Also, it is a helpful way for people who dislike eating beets.

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