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The Top 5 Superfoods for Health, Longevity & Feel Great

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The Top 5 Superfoods for Health, Longevity & Feel Great

We all want to live long, healthy lives. Holistic health practitioners believe that many of the diseases conventionally accepted as part of 'getting old' are mainly due to an unhealthy lifestyle rather than a consequence of chronological ageing. But it's never too late to change, even if we are advanced in years! According to nutritional experts, there is no single food overall kind of food that can provide all the nutrition, health benefits and energy we need to nourish ourselves. The 2020–2025 U.S. Dietary Guidelines suggest healthy eating patterns by combining healthy food groups' healthy choices while paying awareness to...

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6 Amazing Health Benefits of Blue-Green Algae: Spirulina

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6 Amazing Health Benefits of Blue-Green Algae: Spirulina

What is spirulina? Spirulina  blue-green spiral saltwater algae (microalgae) has been used as a food source for more than a thousand years. The algae contains a variety of valuable antioxidant properties, contain 19 essential and non-essential amino acids and trace elements, and is the most concentrated source of protein known on Earth (up to 70%). Spirulina generally supports detoxification, muscle tone, vitality, strengthens the immune system, improves skin health, balances hormones, and supports the nervous system. Top 6 health benefits of Spirulina 1. Source of antioxidants A process called oxidation can lead to ongoing inflammation and damage to cells, which may...

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Why is Matcha so Healthy?

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Why is Matcha so Healthy?

Matcha has been shown to support fat burning and thus weight control, strengthens natural defenses, protects cells from free radicals and improves blood circulation and overall vitality. Matcha protects cells from free radicals because it is so rich in antioxidants (tannins, polyphenols, catechins). The chlorophyll contained in matcha, in turn, binds harmful metals in your body, which are subsequently excreted.

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