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Acerola cherries are known as superfruits, due to their excellent nutritional value and exceptionally high vitamin C content. Vitamin C is essential for the growth and repair of cells and for a strong immune system. Acerola cherries provide a naturally bio-available and powerful source of vitamin C, which is fully utilized by the body – unlike synthetic ascorbic acid, which is sold as vitamin C.
1 small acerola cherry contains around 80mg of vitamin C – this is 30 times the amount found in oranges (of the same weight). These cherries possess an amazing array of nutrients, including potent antioxidants. In fact, researchers have identified nearly 150 nutritive constituents, which include bioflavonoids, proteins, mineral salts, iron, calcium and phosphorus.
This versatile fruit has long been used for its health applications by Africans across the continent. It is also famed for its incredible nutritional properties, Boabab has *five times the magnesium of avocados, four times the potassium of bananas, twice the calcium of milk, twice the antioxidants of acai berries, and more than any other fruit, six to ten times the vitamin C of oranges, and ten times the fibre of apples.
In other words, baobab is highly nutritious and different parts of the plant supply varying amounts of protein, vitamin C, antioxidants, potassium, magnesium, iron, zinc, calcium and B vitamins.
Astragalus belongs to a special class of herbs known as adaptogens, which have unique effects that work to bring the body and mind into greater balance, reduce stress and promote energy and vitality.
certain compounds in astragalus root have measurable telomerase-stimulating and enhancing effects, linked to increased longevity, anti-ageing and DNA repair. Astragalus has powerful immune-boosting properties – studies have shown that regular use of Astragalus root leads to an increase in disease-fighting immune antibodies, stimulation of T-cells (which are powerful immune-regulating white blood cells) and an increase in levels of the anti-viral compound interferon.
Black pepper is the fruit of the black pepper plant from the Piperaceae family. Piperine is the alkaloid within black pepper that is responsible for its pungency. It increases thermogenic activity in the body – the way of developing cellular energy – and this results in an increase in the metabolic rate.
Black garlic possesses an abundant amount of antioxidant compounds such as polyphenols, flavonoids, tetrahydro-ß-carboline derivatives, and organosulfur compounds, including S-allyl-cysteine and S-allyl-mercaptocysteine.
Garlic is a broad-spectrum anti-viral and antibiotic, capable of fighting infection and killing a wide variety of fungi (more than 60), bacteria (more than 20), viruses, protozoa, parasites and amoebas. This is largely because of its active constituents, allicin, ajoene and has antioxidant properties to protect against oxidation caused by parasite toxins.
An excellent anti-microbial against many species of virus and bacteria, and has been shown to provide antiviral, anticancer, and neuroprotective benefits.
Its bioactive compounds are not only antioxidant and anti-inflammatory, but they can lower blood pressure, improve blood glucose levels, reduce cholesterol levels, and improve lipid ratios. reduces cardiovascular risk, like atherosclerosis, lowers blood pressure, helps treats type 2 diabetes, supports weight loss, eliminates free radicals, boosts immunity, fights herpes, reduces inflammation.
A great source of vitamin C and bioflavonoids. There is as much vitamin C in a cup of rosehip pulp as in 40 oranges! Vitamins A, B1-3 and K are also present. The bioflavonoids, present in the pulp and the rind of the fruits, exert a synergic action to vitamin C, enhancing its absorption rate.
There is approximately 1,700mg of vitamin C in 100g of dried rosehip. Studies show that rosehips may reduce the symptoms of osteoarthritis and help sore, achy joints to function better. described as a nutritional superstar with its high iron and vitamin content. It has an antioxidant potential even greater than that of blueberries! Rosehip Benefits
A powerful antioxidant is shown to reduce free radical damage in the body and is most commonly associated with its anti-inflammatory actions and better cell signalling, more stable blood sugar and fat levels, and improved brain levels of the omega-3 fatty acid called DHA (docosahexaenoic acid).
Studies on turmeric intake now also include its potential for offering detoxification support and improving cognitive function, blood sugar balance and kidney function, as well as lessening the degree of severity associated with certain forms of arthritis and certain digestive disorders. Turmeric includes three different curcuminoids: curcumin, bisdemethoxycurcumin and demethoxycurcumin. It also contains volatile oils like turmerone, atlantone and zingiberene.
An ideal addition to any treatment plan to kill bugs, parasites and is known for assisting with assimilation, healing, improved circulation, cleansing, indigestion, urinary tract health, colds, flu, digestive disorders and strengthening internal organs, particularly the heart muscle. Also an antispasmodic and helps with pain relief as well as increasing the flow of blood which helps with nutrient circulation, cell oxygenation and therefore healing.
Elderberries are rich in vitamins A and B, flavonoids and potassium, but they are most notable because they contain more vitamin C. Research indicates that they promote disease resistance, help lower cholesterol, improve vision, support heart health, improve diabetes symptoms, improve digestion, alleviate muscle aches, relieve arthritis symptoms, act as a mild laxative and diuretic and support immunity.
These potent antioxidants enhance immune function by boosting the production of cytokines – proteins that act as “messengers” in the immune system to help regulate the immune response. By providing antioxidant protection, elderberry aids in protecting cellular health from free radical damage and airborne elements.
A highly effective, natural broad-spectrum anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-parasitic and anti-fungal. In fact, it has been proven to be effective against over 800 strains of viruses and bacteria, 100 strains of fungi, plus several single-celled parasites – no other anti-microbial can make such claims.
The antimicrobial activity of grapefruit seed extract is in the way that it changes the body of the pathogen; it stops the intake of amino acids into the pathogen and causes its walls to leak, killing it off. Despite destroying harmful intestinal parasites, grapefruit seed does not significantly harm healthy bowel flora.
A warming herb, which helps to ensure that toxins are kept circulating until properly eliminated. It is also calming to the stomach and can help combat feelings of nausea, which may be produced during the detox process. Its actions include anti-inflammatory, carminative, anti-spasmodic, expectorant, vasodilator, circulatory system stimulant and anti-cholesterol.
Ginger helps to alleviate occasional gas and bloating and is known as a ‘hot bitter’ herb which promotes gastric acidity, gastric secretions and aids in digestion.
Fish collagen is a complex structural protein that helps maintain the strength and flexibility of skin, ligaments, joints, bones, muscles, tendons, blood vessels, gums, eyes, nails and hair. It’s a type I collagen, which is the most abundant collagen in the human body. Type I is best known for providing the foundation for beautiful skin, strong connective tissues and sturdy bones.
Fish collagen peptides have very specific amino acid compositions with a high concentration of glycine, hydroxyproline and proline. When fish collagen is ingested, hydroxyproline peptides are not completely digested to free amino acids and can be detected in the blood. These hydroxyproline peptides stimulate cells in the skin, joints and bones, and lead to collagen synthesis through cell activation and growth.
High in vitamins A, C, E and iron, and is often referred to as a “fruity panacea” It is now known that the rind contains ellagitannins that are anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anti-parasitic, anti-inflammatory and astringent. In recent years, a number of studies have surfaced which describe the therapeutic uses of pomegranate in areas such as rheumatology and cardiology.
For instance, the anti-inflammatory properties of pomegranate polyphenols have been shown to offer protection against atherosclerosis and cardiovascular disease. Many cosmetic preparations also include pomegranate polyphenols, because they have been proven to protect the skin from sun damage and to promote the production of collagen.
A potent antioxidant, the nutrients in rosemary leaf can help to protect skin cells from damage often caused by the sun and free radicals. It also has anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial and skin toning properties.
Pine bark is one of nature’s super antioxidants. It is rich in oligomeric proanthocyanidin compounds (OPCs), the same active ingredient that can be found in grapeseeds, the skin of peanuts and witch hazel bark. While the OPCs in pine bark are mostly known for their antioxidant-producing benefits, these compounds also have antibacterial, antiviral, anti-ageing, anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic properties.
Prevents the degeneration process and enhances overall vitality. Thrombosis (blood clot) has natural anticoagulant properties. Aids mild asthma and respiratory disorders. Can reduce HDL cholesterol in the blood and the amount of free fat.
Suppresses over-active allergen production which inhibits histamine release. Helps to protect against oxidative stress (Reishi mushrooms can enhance antioxidant status in the body).
Contain a number of beneficial compounds (such as lentinan – a beta-glucan), which protect cells from oxidative damage. Eritadenine substances help reduce cholesterol levels and support cardiovascular health and contain all eight essential amino acids, along with linoleic acid (an essential fatty acid). Linoleic acid helps with weight loss and building muscle. It also has bone-building benefits, improves digestion, and reduces food allergies and sensitivities.
They are high in fibre and rich in antioxidants. They help to fight inflammation and harmful bacteria and viruses. By promoting the formation of beneficial cytokines — specialised proteins that regulate the immune system — Chaga stimulates white blood cells, which are essential for fighting off harmful bacteria or viruses as well as help to lower blood sugar levels.
Maitake is a type of adaptogen. Adaptogens assist the body in fighting against any type of mental or physical difficulty. They also work to regulate systems of the body that have become unbalanced. Maitake mushrooms have received more wide-spread recognition for its benefits for health, vitality, and longevity. They are rich in antioxidants, beta-glucans, vitamins B and C, copper, potassium, fibre, minerals and amino acids. They are also: fat-free, low-sodium, low-calorie and cholesterol-free).
Lion’s Mane mushroom
These mushrooms contain bioactive substances that can have beneficial effects on the body, particularly the brain, heart and gut and contain two special compounds that can stimulate the growth of brain cells (hericenones and erinacines).
They help to relieve mild symptoms of depression and anxiety, support recovery from nervous system injuries, help to protect the digestive tract, support heart health, help to lower blood sugar levels, help to lower inflammation and protect against oxidative stress and help to boost immunity.
Hemp contains all of the essential amino acids and essential fatty acids (EFAs, such as Omega 3) necessary to maintain health and improve immune function. Hemp seeds also have antioxidant effects and a broad range of vitamins and minerals (including vitamin E, magnesium, phosphorous, potassium, niacin, riboflavin, thiamine, vitamin B6 and folate).
Beetroot is a good source of carbohydrates and proteins and is also rich in a variety of vitamins (including vitamins A, B and C), minerals (including magnesium, manganese, sodium, potassium, calcium and phosphorus), antioxidants (such as betanin, the pigment that gives beetroot its colour) and other nutrients, such as soluble fibre, iron, folic acid and betaine.
It has a very low caloric value, is almost entirely free of fats and has a low glycaemic load. It is also extraordinarily rich in dietary nitrate, making it popular with athletes.
Alfalfa is rich in chlorophyll, vitamins (such as pro-vitamin A (B-carotene) and vitamins B6, C, D, E, K and P) and minerals (such as calcium, magnesium, potassium, iron and zinc).
It also contains all 8 essential amino acids (the building blocks of protein), yields 10x more mineral value than an average grain and contains 8 essential enzymes, namely: amylase (digests starch), coagulase (coagulates milk), invertase (converts sugar to dextrose), emulsion (acts upon sugars), peroxidase (oxidises blood), lipase (fat-splitting enzyme), pectinase (forms a vegetable jelly from pectin), protease (digests proteins).
Cinnamon has anti-spasmodic, anti-microbial, carminative, anti-diarrhoea, anti-worm and antiseptic properties. The bark helps to counteract flatulence and diarrhoea. It is also used for a weak digestive system, vomiting, hyper-acidity, to promote the secretion of gastric juices, irritable bowel, summer diarrhoea, colds and flu.
It can help to suppress the growth of numerous harmful micro-organisms, such as Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus and Candida albicans. Cinnamon also helps to maintain stable blood sugar levels and is therefore very useful for diabetics.
Green tea is rich in catechin polyphenols. Epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), in particular, is a powerful antioxidant. Green tea polyphenols to have a stronger antioxidant action than vitamin C and vitamin E – two of the most powerful antioxidants found in nature.
Green tea is effective at lowering LDL cholesterol and blood pressure levels and inhibiting the abnormal formation of blood clots. Beneficial for weight loss the polyphenols induce thermogenesis and stimulate fat oxidation, boosting the metabolic rate without increasing the heart rate.
Dandelion root has been used as a gentle laxative, digestive aid, to treat liver and kidney problems, to relieve inflammation, boils, fever and diarrhoea and to help regulate blood sugar levels. Dandelion root is also known to stimulate the appetite.
Spirulina is a highly nutritious blue-green algae. It is used for – boosting the immune system, improving digestion, reducing fatigue and building endurance, cleansing and detox purposes, boosting energy levels. It is a complete food that supplies an incredibly wide range of nutrients, including protein, vitamins, minerals, Omega 6 fatty acids, chlorophyll and other phytonutrients.
Blackcurrant fruit is extraordinarily rich in vitamin C and far superior to navel oranges – containing more than three times the amount. It also contains a good amount of calcium, potassium, phosphorus, iron and vitamin E. Blackcurrants are a great food for supporting energy levels and the seeds are rich in unsaturated fatty acids. They are also packed with antioxidants (anthocyanins, a type of polyphenol)and have a number of beneficial phytonutrients.
Chlorella is a powerful detoxification aid, which has been proven to bind with heavy metals and pesticides – such as PCBs – which can accumulate in our bodies. It is also a fibrous material, which means that it supports healthy digestion and overall digestive tract health.
A clean bloodstream, with an abundance of red blood cells to carry oxygen, is essential for strong natural defences. Chlorella’s high nutrient content, cleansing action on the bowel and other elimination organs, as well as its protection of the liver, helps to keep the blood free from impurities and our immune system strong. Chlorella gets its name from the high amount of chlorophyll that it possesses. a type of polyphenol)and have a number of beneficial phytonutrients.
Parsley has many health benefits and a host of nutrients, such as vitamins A, C and E, bioflavonoids, iron, folic acid, volatile oils, coumarins, flavonoids, chlorophyll and other powerful antioxidants and phytonutrients.
Parsley contains more vitamin C than any other culinary vegetable, i.e. approximately three times as much as that found in an orange and about the same amount as blackcurrants. Its iron content is high (around twice as much as spinach). It is also a good source of manganese, calcium and potassium.
Spinach is at the top of many superfood lists because it is loaded with iron, calcium, folic acid, vitamin K, vitamin C, fibre and carotenoids. Add its lutein and bioflavonoids and spinach is a nutritional powerhouse!
The calcium content in spinach helps to strengthen bones; the A and C vitamins, fibre, folic acid, magnesium and other nutrients help to fight disease and boost the immune system. Folate also lowers the blood levels of homocysteine – a protein that damages arteries – and therefore helps to protect against heart disease.
Fenugreek is loaded with antioxidants and has laxative and anti-parasitic effects. It also soothes irritated tissues, lowers fever, reduces blood sugar, improves digestion and promotes healing. It stimulates the immune system and aids in the removal of toxins from the body through lymph nodes.
The seeds, in particular, are rich in lipids, protein, protease inhibitors, alkaloids, mucilaginous fibre, phosphorus, iron, calcium, niacin, vitamin C, selenium and various other nutrients. Plus, it is believed that the seeds reduce fatty tissues, thereby aiding in natural weight loss.
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