As seniors like going to the mountains no matter it is walking, hiking or trekking, I prepared a short text tailored for each language level about trekking with beet juice in cooperation with my colleague. Have a look what it says.
TREKKING WITH BEET JUICE
When you go trekking to the mountains, carry beet juice with you, as researchers have found for the first time that drinking beet juice can help the body cope with low levels of oxygen at high altitudes.
Mountain climbers have always struggled with a basic problem – altitude sickness, caused by lower air pressures which affect the ability of our bodies to take up oxygen. Next time you plan a trip at high altitude, maybe it is worth carrying a bottle of beet juice in your backpack.
These classic treks are for serious walkers. All of them require a sturdy pair of lungs, fit legs and a good amount of preparation. You will have the most beautiful experiences that last a lifetime here: GR20, France; Inca Trail, Peru; Pays Dogon, Mali; Everest Base Camp, Nepal; Indian Himalayas, India; Overland Track, Australia; Routeburn Track, New Zealand; The Narrows, USA or The Haute Route, France-Switzerland.
Source: NDTV news and Lonely Planet