Within health food circles, beets are said to be great for liver and gallbladder health right?
I was curious why and found my answer while reading an old article from the Weston A Price Foundation. 
In it, there was also a recipe for a beetroot salad.
But spending almost an hour shredding these was totally not worth it… 😑 needafoodprocessor
They contain many “minerals, amino acids, galacturonic acid, lactulose and a variety of organic acids such as citric, malic, tartaric and malonic acids that help thin bile.” 
Beets are also a good source of nitrate which helps increase nitric oxide availability. This can benefit conditions related to blood vessels like hypertension, cardiovascular diseases (endothelial dysfunction). 
Other constituents like betalain pigments have strong antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and chemo-preventive effects that may benefit inflammation, oxidative stress and even cognition. 
Simple as recipe:
🥗 Shredded beets, carrots, radish
🥗 Beet greens, steamed and chopped beet greens (I used cucumber instead)
🥗 Grated ginger and garlic (optional)
🥗 Apple Cider Vinegar or lemon
🥗 Olive oil, sea salt and pepper to taste
Combine ingredients and let sit in the fridge for an hour, stir and eat. Keeps for a week in the fridge.
It has a rather plain taste so it can go well with most dishes, or even in a (healthy) burger.