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Five Super Foods


Five Super Foods:-Give Yourself a Chance

  1. Quinoa.

    Quinoa (pronounced Keen-wah ) is the health buzz-word of the decade, closely related to spinach and beetroot, rather than grain, (which is the common misconception), this seed is an almost perfect source of protein and amino acids. Ideal for vegans as a protein replacement, it is also an excellent source of magnesium, manganese, copper and phosphorus, all super antioxidants. Originally cultivated by the Incas in South America as a revered, sacred crop, it was outlawed by their Spanish conquers who preferred Wheat, little did they know what they were missing. Considered a migraine aide, heart protector an general youth and well-being booster, this seed along with its edible leaves is most definitely the food to watch for a healthy future.

  2. Garlic.

    Antioxidant supreme, garlic is a cancer fighter, blood circulation enhancer, virus zapper and general health food. Garlic is strongest raw, but even added to soups, stews, pizzas breads etc, as a cooked flavorant, it offers medicinal benefits. A clove a day keeps the…..

  3. Flax Seed.

    Rich in Omega-3 fatty acids, the wonder fat, these humble seeds are being hailed as master cancer inhibitors. They are a natural form of estrogen, and as such, protect woman against breast cancer and aging. However, not only are they good for woman, studies have found that prostate cancer, and colon cancer risks are reduced when this seed is added to the diet, so men are also advised to add flax seed, or linseed, as it is more commonly known, to the eating plan. The very best way to include flax seed in your diet, is to sprinkle it on your breakfast cereal or salads, that way you will get a serving, in an unobtrusive manner daily.

  4. Ginkgo Biloba.

    Derived from the leaves of the Ginkgo Biloba tree, this supplement available at health shops, and certain pharmacies, has been named as the elixir of youth. Ginkgo stimulates blood circulation, particularly to the brain, as a result of which, the effects of aging caused by sluggish blood flow are minimized. In studies of its effects on Alzheimer patients, it’s therapeutic benefits have been proven to minimize the disease. For general health it livens bodily function, and provides antioxidant health protection.

  5. Beetroot.

    The much maligned, humble, Beet, relegated to the side lines of granny’s dinner table, has regained focus as a health food. Beetroot juice (do not juice it without adding apple juice, and/or other fruit and vegetable juices, since on its own it may be toxic to certain individuals), used in studies on terminal cancer, has given remarkable hope and as possible cure. KEEP A WATCH ON THE NEWS, for this vegetable’s health benefits.

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