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What are super foods and why are they so important?

Our bodies need nutrients and minerals to survive and thrive, and in far greater density in our modern lifestyle. Superfoods are shown to contain these extra-large doses of vitamins and minerals that can help us ward off diseases and live a longer, healthier life. They are the building blocks to our lives. 

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     Curcumin is the most active ingredient in turmeric, a plant related to ginger. Devastating chronic health conditions, includingarthritis, cancer and Alzheimer’s, which are becoming more common, partially due to the lack of correct nutrition consumption, yet studies have demonstrated curcumin’s ability to enhance memory and brain function, reduce other age-related brain malfunctions and fight off cancer stem cells. This is a must in ones’ diet for the natural protection of our bodies.

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    Many people are turning to natural supplements when attempting to lose weight, knowing the harmful effects of synthesized supplements. Forskolin is a natural compound found in the roots of an herbal plant from the mint family.It is has been shown that it helps to promote the breakdown of stored fats and assists our bodies in releasing fatty acids, which once metabolised become essential for life and energy production.Essential fatty acids, along with fats and carbohydrates, are required to produce enough metabolic energy for your body to move, think, talk, breathe, produce body heat, and everything else your body needs to do to survive. Biochemistry explains the rest, that forskolin may also release fatty acids from adipose tissue, which results in increased thermogenesis, resulting in the loss of body fat and, theoretically, increased lean body mass. Thermogenesis is the generation of heat in the body.

  • Ashwagandha Open or Close

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    Ashwagandha is an incredibly healthy medicinal herb. It is classified as an ‘adaptogen,’ meaning that it can help your body manage stress and fatigue. Aswhagandha also provides all sorts of other benefits for your body and brain. For example, it can lower blood sugar levels, reduce cortisol, boost brain function and help fight symptoms of anxiety and depression. It can also stimulate muscle and tissue growth and strength, improving our bodies natural ability to function and survive at a far more optimum level.

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    Maca (Libido) Power

    Maca root, grown high in the mountains of South America, mainly in high altitude regions of Peru is an adaptogen second to none. This delicious root has the power to regulate & balance our hormones, increase libido, fight stress & anxiety, & increase energy levels, boosting our health & well-being.

  • Valerian Open or Close

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    Research has shown results suggesting that valerian extract may cause GABA to be released from brain nerve endings and then block GABA from being taken back into nerve cells. In addition, valerian’s valerenic acid inhibits an enzyme that destroys GABA, another way that valerian can improve your GABA levels and promote a great night’s rest. This magical root can also assist our bodies in calming anxiety, lowering blood pressure, improving stress management and easing off menstrual cramps.