Alia Bhat is in Sofia in Bulgaria currently and it looks like the chirpy diva is having the time of her life there. Even as summers have made their appearance in several places across the Indian continent, it's still snowy and chilly cold in the part of the world that Alia is currently in. Alia is reportedly shooting for her next flick Brahmastra in which she is starring opposite Ranbir Kapoor. The movie is being directed by Alia's best friend and Wake Up Sid director Ayan Mukerjee. The first leg of the schedule was shot in Tel Aviv.
Alia has been sharing snapshots from Bulgaria on her Instagram account, which has a huge following of over 20 million users. Although all the pictures that Alia has been sharing are extremely idyllic, she posted one this morning that caught our fancy. The frame shows Alia flaunting her characteristically adorable dimple and looking out into the distance with a glass of some ruby red liquid. Have a look!
Alia captioned the image as, "beet tasting", and her lips show a hint of the lovely red drink. Beetroots are known for their deep red hue, the earthy flavour and taste, along with the numerous health benefits that they come with. Also Read: 6 Amazing Benefits of Beetroot: In the Pink of HealthHere are three reasons you must also give some love to the beautiful red beets, like Alia:
1. Help In Detoxification
Beetroots act as ideal purifiers and are added to detox drinks and meals due to their cleansing action on the colon. They may also stimulate red blood cell production and give your body a stamina boost.
2. Low In Fat And Calories
Beets are ideal diet foods, as besides being nutritious, they are also low in fat content and calories. They are fibrous and have the tendency to keep you full for the least amount of calories.
3. Rich In Antioxidants
Beetroots have a lovely red colour; thanks to the pigment betanin, which is rich in antioxidants called polyphenols. They are heart healthy, as they reduce the amount of bad cholesterol in the blood.
Moreover, beetroots are also quite versatile. You can boil them, bake them, juice them, make chips out of them or simply eat them raw in salads. No wonder, this amazing vegetable has found favour with Alia!