Superfoods have the ability to tremendously increase the vital force and energy of one’s body. They are an optimal choice to improve overall health:
- boost the immune system,
- elevate ‘feel good’ hormones, such as serotonin,
- enhance stamina,
- cleanse and fight free radicals,
- lower bloating and inflammation.
Cacao – raw chocolate:
Is the highest antioxidant food on the planet. Number 1 source of antioxidants, magnesium, iron, manganese, and chromium. It is also high in theobromin (cardiovascular support) and anandamide (‘feel good’ chemical). Raw chocolate improves cardiovascular health, builds strong bones, is a natural aphrodisiac, elevates your mood and energy, and increases longevity.
Goji berries (wolfberries):
It contains 18 kinds of amino acids, up to 21 trace minerals, high amounts of antioxidants, iron, B and E vitamins, and many other nutrients.
Increases energy, endurance, strength and libido.
Hemp seeds (eaten raw):
Contains 33% pure protein, and is rich in iron, amino acids, Vitamin E as well as Omega 3 and GLA.
Provides a wast array of minerals, trace elements, phytonutrients and enzymes.
Bee products (pollen and honey):
Bee pollen contains nearly all Vitamin Bs, especially Vitamin B9 (folate), and all essential amino acids.
Honey in its raw, unfiltered and organic state, is rich in minerals, antioxidants, probiotics, and enzymes.
It is the highest Vitamin C source on the planet. Great for rebuilding tissue, purifying blood, and enhancing immunity and energy. It is one of the best anti-depressants, immune building and eye-nourishing superfoods in the world.
Rich in life-giving nutrients drawn in from the ocean and sun, sea vegetables help remove heavy metals, detoxify the body of radioactive iodine, provide numerous trace minerals, regulate immunity and decrease the risk of cancer.
Seaweeds are excellent for thyroid, immune system, adrenals and hormone function.
High in polysaccharides and immune-enhancing components, medicinal mushrooms like Shiitake and Reishi, are one of the most intelligent adaptogenic superfoods on the planet.
Such as broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage and cauliflower are high in antioxidants, and sulphur, which enhances the body’s production of glutathione.