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Raw Palm Nectar is low glycemic (GI = 35); its sugar content releases slowly into the bloodstream, providing a steady stream of energy without energy spikes or crashes. There are a total of 17 amino acids found in raw palm nectar. Amino acids are the building blocks of protein and are important to many bodily functions, including the transport and storage of nutrients. Our cells, tissues and muscles are made with amino acids; they are thus essential for muscle growth and tissue repair. There are nine essential amino acids that the body does not make naturally; we must get them through the foods we eat. Palm nectar contains all nine of these amino’s, plus eight more non-essentials. Palm nectar contains a wide spectrum of B vitamins and vitamin C, in addition to minerals such as potassium, magnesium, zinc and iron. It is also especially rich in inositol, which is known to be helpful for inflammation, high cholesterol, diabetes as well as depression. The prebiotics Fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS) and inulin found in palm nectar help to feed and increase the healthy flora in our intestines.
Blackstrap molasses contains a number of essential minerals and vitamins such as calcium, magnesium, manganese, potassium, copper, iron, phosphorous, chromium, cobalt, sodium, vitamin B6, pantothenic acid, niacin, thiamine and riboflavin. B6 and pantothenic acid deficiencies can cause headaches, asthma, fatigue, and stress. Blackstrap molasses also contains a substantial amount of the essential trace element chromium, which is valuable in relation to insulin action and maintenance of glucose tolerance in the body. With no fat and very few calories, blackstrap molasses is a better alternative for contributing iron content in the body as compared to other fatty sources. It has a low glycemic index and aids in slowing the metabolism of glucose and carbohydrates, which subsequently means less insulin production. This helps in preventing the accumulation of excess fats or lipids in the blood stream. Hence, it helps in stabilizing blood sugar levels. The polyphenols present in blackstrap molasses have antioxidant effects which may prove effective in reducing obesity and managing weight gain. Blackstrap molasses is a good source of calcium, which plays an important role in maintaining bone health, the functioning of enzyme systems, the removal of toxins from the colon, and cell membrane function. It is also required to maintain healthy teeth and protects the body against bone diseases. The minerals such as magnesium and calcium that are present in blackstrap molasses help to prevent the clotting of blood, relieve menstrual cramps and help in maintaining the health of uterine muscles. It a good source of iron which is effective for anyone who are at risk of iron deficiency. Blackstrap molasses is rich in copper, which aids in eradicating the free radicals from the body. It helps in the absorption of iron, the formation of red blood cells and it maintains a healthy immune system. The iron content in blackstrap molasses helps to maintain healthy levels of hemoglobin. Hemoglobin plays a key role in supplying oxygen from lungs to other body parts. It is also vital for the production of energy and aids in maintaining a healthy metabolism.
Pink Himalayan Salt is widely regarded as the the cleanest, purest, and most mineral dense salt available on the planet. Each salt crystal contains over 80 minerals, including sodium chloride, and trace minerals such as sulphate, magnesium, calcium, potassium, bicarbonate, bromide, borate, and strontium. The benefits of pink Himalayan salt are manifold: it creates electrolyte balance, increases hydration, regulates water content both inside/outside of cells, and balances pH (alkaline/acidity). It helps to reduce acid reflux, prevents muscle cramping, aids in proper metabolism functioning, strengthens bones, lowers blood pressure, helps the intestines absorbs nutrients, prevents goiters, improves circulation, and dissolves and eliminates sediment to remove toxins.
Raw Almond Butter. Almonds contain vitamin E, magnesium, omega 3 fatty acids and iron. Vitamin E is used to protect your cells from oxidative damage. As an antioxidant, vitamin E can neutralize free radicals, preventing these harmful chemicals from oxidizing your DNA and proteins, which damages your cells. Omega 3 fatty acids are essential for maintaining metabolic and heart health. Iron promotes healthy oxygen transport. It helps you make hemoglobin and myoglobin, two proteins that oxygenate your tissues. Like vitamin E, iron protects your cells from oxidative damage by helping to activate antioxidant enzymes in your cells. It can even help control levels of blood sugar in your body by reducing the sudden increase in blood sugar and insulin.
Raw Cacao Powder. Cacao is the highest whole food source of magnesium, which also happens to be the most deficient mineral in the diet of modern cultures. Magnesium relaxes muscles, improves peristalsis in the bowels and relaxes the heart and cardiovascular system. Magnesium contributes to the function of your nervous system, facilitates muscle contraction, makes up a component of healthy bone tissue and helps support your metabolism. The dark chocolate antioxidants have been clinically proven to dissolve plaque built up in the arteries which helps in reversing heart disease and causes naturally lower blood pressure. Various other vitamins and minerals such as calcium, sulfur, zinc, iron, copper, potassium, and manganese are present in this super food. Other properties include polyphenols called flavonoids, with antioxidant properties. It has has a host of beneficial vitamins: B1, B2, B3, B5, B9, E including essential heart-healthy fat, oleic acid a monounsaturated fat, protein and fiber. The phytochemical analysis of cacao beans reveal that raw chocolate is perhaps the most chemically complex food on Earth. There are compounds yet to be discovered in this most amazing superfood. Phytochemicals usually degrade in the cooking process, so the raw forms of them should be abundant in every diet. Overall, cacao benefits human longevity and health without negative side effects.
Cashew Butter. Cashews are a good source of protein and are composed of primarily unsaturated fats. Unsaturated fats help lower cholesterol and improves heart health. Unsaturated fats are essential nutrients that provide the energy and energy storage perfect for long workouts. Cashews are brimming with proanthocyanidins, a type of flavanol that starves tumors and prevents cancer cells from dividing. The oleic acid found in cashews promotes sound cardiovascular health by reducing triglyceride levels, which is associated with heart disease risk. Cashews’ magnesium and copper content work in concert to strengthen bone mass. Most of the magnesium in your body is stored in the bones, so if you’re deficient, your bones will suffer. Copper helps keep bones and joints flexible by synthesizing collagen and elastin. Magnesium in cashews prevents calcium from over-activating nerve cells, therefore relaxing them. This action keeps your blood vessels and muscles relaxed as well. (You may notice that if your magnesium levels are low, you often get muscle cramps.)
Sunflower Butter. Sunflower seeds are rich in healthy fats, beneficial plant compounds and several vitamins and minerals. Sunflower seeds are especially high in vitamin E and selenium. These function as antioxidants to protect your body’s cells against free radical damage, which plays a role in several chronic diseases. Additionally, sunflower seeds are a good source of beneficial plant compounds, including phenolic acids and flavonoids — which also function as antioxidants. Sunflower seeds may help lower blood pressure, cholesterol and blood sugar as they contain vitamin E, magnesium, protein, linoleic fatty acids and several plant compounds. Flavonoids and other plant compounds in sunflower seeds also help reduce inflammation. sunflower seeds are rich in unsaturated fatty acids, especially linoleic acid. Your body uses linoleic acid to make a hormone-like compound that relaxes blood vessels, promoting lower blood pressure. This fatty acid also helps lower cholesterol.
Sweet Potatoes are starchy carbohydrates that are high in fiber. Fiber is essential in lowing blood cholesterol, slowing the absorption of sugar, and aiding the digestive system. Fiber also helps the body retain water, allowing cells to function correctly. Sweet potatoes are a rich source of beta carotene, which is a powerful antioxidant. Beta carotene, combined with Vitamin-C, B-complex vitamins, iron and phosphorus, causes sweet potatoes to be an excellent immune system booster capable of defending the body against a wide variety of conditions and afflictions. Their natural sugars are released slowly into the bloodstream allowing for a balanced and regular source of energy, without the blood sugar spikes that are often linked to fatigue.
Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO)- EVOO is the highest quality olive oil available, extracted from the olive fruit without the use of any heat or chemicals. This natural extraction process ensures it retains all the nutrients and antioxidants from the olive fruit. In particular, EVOO contains over 30 various types of phenolic compounds, which are powerful antioxidants that help protect the body against free radicals. Free radicals are molecules that cause cell damage and contribute to disease and the aging process. The fat composition of Extra Virgin Olive Oil is also a major contributor to its healthfulness. It’s primarily made up of monounsaturated fat (approximately 73%), a heart healthy fat that is a staple of the Mediterranean diet. Studies consistently link a diet high in monounsaturated fat with favourable effects on markers of cardiovascular disease (heart disease and stroke). This includes a reduction in markers of chronic inflammation, blood pressure, cholesterol levels and blood glucose levels.
Bananas are an excellent source of potassium which is crucial for electrolyte balance, reducing muscle cramps, and retaining a healthy heart. They have a low glycemic index, allowing the sugar content to be released slowly into the bloodstream for a steady stream of energy during activity. The carbohydrates present in bananas help to support all muscle activity and are essential for nervous system maintenance and activity. Bananas are often known as the best remedy for digestive upset because they are the most potent fruit for valuable compounds called fructoogliosaccharides, which are pure food for gut bacteria. Bananas are also a great source for B6 vitamins, Vitamin-C, and magnesium.
Blackberries are rich in soluble and insoluble fiber. They also contain vitamin A, vitamin E, vitamin K and B-complex group of vitamins. They also contain very good amounts of polyphenols, pyridoxine, niacin, pantothenic acid, riboflavin, and folic acid. These vitamins work as co-factors for enzymes that help metabolize carbohydrates, proteins, and fats inside the human body. Hence, they may have a positive effect on motor and cognitive skills by improving balance, coordination and motor performance which usually diminish with age. Blackberries can better your overall health and improve athletic performance.
Blueberries are believed to have one of the highest antioxidant levels of all common fruits and vegetables. Antioxidants serve several roles in your body, including boosting your immune system. Those found in blueberries, including anthocyanin, vitamin C, copper, and iron, work to amplify your immunity so you can prevent infections. A strong immune system can mean fewer colds, fevers, and other viral and bacterial diseases and infections. Another health benefit of blueberries is their impact on bone health. They are rich in calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, zinc, and vitamin K, which all work to strengthen bones and maintain bone structure. The antioxidants in blueberries are also strongly linked to reduced levels of oxidized LDL. This makes blueberries very good for your heart.
Passionfruit has a rich source of antioxidants, which scavenge dangerous cancer-causing free radicals from the body. They contain an abundance of immune boosting Vitamin-C, as well as other antioxidants such as carotene and cryptoxanthin. Vitamin-A is another noteworthy nutrient found in passion fruit, and is not only linked to anti-cancerous functions, but also eye and skin health. Passion fruits’ high fiber content facilitates healthy digestion and gut health. Potassium is a vital mineral that has the ability to prevent muscle cramps, and helps to transport energy throughout the body. Potassium combined with passion fruits’ high iron and copper promotes red blood cell production in the body and increases blood flow. Potassium is one of the most important nutrients to fuel the body for any workout, and is also one of the most common deficiencies among athletes.
Pineapples have significant healing powers thanks to an enzyme called Bromelain. Bromelain is known to speed wound healing, reduce inflammation, accelerate muscle repair, and improve gut health. Pineapples also contain a significant amount of manganese which is an essential trace mineral involved with building bone and connective tissue. Pineapples are a power house source for Vitamin C, potassium, iron, and fiber. Pineapples contain carbohydrates, largely in the form of simple sugars, which are metabolized quickly for immediate energy.
Red Raspberry. The health benefits of raspberries have long been attributed to their antioxidant, anti-inflammatory phytonutrients, fiber and Vitamin C. Phytonutrients can help prevent free radicals from doing damage to your body. Any form of intense training, can increase free radical production which slows down muscle repair. Raspberries can combat this stress and recover from workouts faster. The flavonoid quercetin is also found in raspberries. This pigment is believed to play a role in heart health and the prevention of cardiovascular diseases which is of particular interest to athletes. Quercetin may also enhance endurance and overall athletic performance by serving as an anti-inflammatory agent, improving mitochondrial (energy) function in cells, and boosting the central nervous system.
Vanilla contains numerous antioxidants, most notably vanillic acid and vanillin. These antioxidants help protect the body from dangerous free radicals and other toxins. The antioxidants also help prevent the breakdown of cells and tissues, energizing the body’s natural regrowth. Exercise can produce oxidative stress and increase the amount of free radicals in the body. Therefore, it is crucial that all athletes counteract this oxidative stress with an adequate amount of anitioxidants. Vanilla has powerful anti-inflammatory powers, making it even more of a powerhouse for healing the body. Furthermore, vanilla is an antibacterial and can protect the immune system and help the body recover from illness and injury.
Yerba Mate is exceptionally nutrient dense containing vitamins A, C, E, B1, B2, niacin, B5, and B complex. It also contains the minerals: calcium, iron, selenium, phosphorous, manganese, magnesium, and zinc. Yerba mate has even more health-promoting nutrients such as carotene, fatty acids, flavonols, trace-minerals, inositol, polyphenols, chlorophyll, antioxidants, tannins, and over 15 amino acids. The abundance of nutrients in yerba mate give it anti-inflammatory, anticancer, and immune system boosting capabilities. Yerba mate also provides an energy boost that is described as gentle, clean, and calm, without the jitters that often accompanies other types of caffeine. Caffeine can enhance an individual’s energy production, use, and recovery allowing athletes to train harder and longer. Caffeine can also stimulate the brain, contributing to clearer thinking and concentration.
Bergamot is one of the most unique and delicate citrus oils. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, bergamot oil is used to help with the flow of vital energy so the digestive system can work properly, and it’s also used to prevent the growth of bacteria, relieve muscle pain, and rejuvenate skin. Some of the active agents in bergamot oil are alpha-Pinene, limonene, alpha-Bergapten, beta-Bisabolene, nerol, Geraniol, Linalool, and alpha-Terpineol. Bergamot is rich in polyphenolic compounds and has the distinction of being the only citrus fruit to contain melitidin and brutieridin, proven to have an anti-cholesterol effect comparable to statins. Bergamot oil is a great preventative measure to keep the gut clear and healthy, which in turn boosts the immune system. Bergamot oil has a regulatory effect on the endocrine glands that produce various hormones, including insulin by the pancreatic cells and reproductive hormones by the ovaries. Bergamot relieves stress and anxiety due to the flavonoids in the oil which stimulate the production of the neurotransmitters serotonin and dopamine. This improves nerve function and creates a mild sedative effect, helping relax the body and mind.
Lemon. This fresh, citrusy essential oil can be used for a wide variety of health benefits. It boosts the immune and circulatory systems, alleviates stress, reduces nausea, improves concentration, improves respiratory functions, supports digestion, and boosts oral health. Lemon essential oil is known for its antimicrobial, antiseptic, anti-anemic, anti-rheumatic, anti-sclerotic, carminative, diuretic, insecticidal, tonic, and bactericidal properties. Since lemon essential oil is carminative, it can reduce cramps, heartburn, indigestion and an upset stomach. The antibacterial and antiviral properties of lemon essential oil help boost the immune system and fight off harmful pathogens. This oil also supports the lymphatic system, which helps the body remove toxins and waste. Lemon essential oil can help reduce symptoms of respiratory conditions such as cold, cough, bronchitis, and congestion. It is especially effective for those suffering from allergies or asthma.
Oregano. Did you know that one of the most powerful healing herbs may be hiding in your kitchen spice cabinet? While fresh or dried oregano may provide that special touch in pizza or pasta sauce, the essential oil extracted through the steam distillation of fresh oregano leaves and flowers is brimming with potential health benefits ranging from antibacterial to antiviral and anti-fungal properties. This oil is also a natural antioxidant and anti-inflammatory. Oregano essential oil contains two powerful compounds called carvacrol and thymol, both of which have been shown to have powerful antibacterial and anti-fungal properties. Due to its high carvacrol content, oregano oil can activate heat shock proteins (HSPs) through T cells in the body. T cells are high-stress regulators, and HSPs are responsible for defending the body against inflammation. Several of the active compounds in oregano oil, especially thymol, can aid digestion by relaxing the muscles of the gastrointestinal tract, increasing the secretion of digestive juices and helping balance the ratio of good-to-bad bacteria in the gut. Because it helps balance bacteria and fights yeast overgrowth, oregano oil is also a popular remedy for candida and small intestine bacterial overgrowth. It is also high in phenols—compounds that have antioxidant effects and protect from free radicals. Oregano essential oil acts as an expectorant, loosening up or eliminating the buildup of mucus and phlegm in the respiratory tracts and sinuses. It is also a soothing balm for inflamed lungs and throat, which may often stimulate coughing fits. Oregano oil has been shown to be even more effective than echinacea or other natural remedies for fighting bacterial and viral infections such as the common cold. Oregano essential oil also stimulates the production and function of white blood cells, the body’s main line of defense.
Thyme has been used for centuries for its healing properties. Today, thyme essential oil is used to boost immune system function, improve circulation, remove toxins from the body, and alleviate stress. The stimulating properties of thyme essential oil help increase circulation throughout the body, which promotes healing. Increasing circulation can increase blood flow to areas of the body that require more oxygen, protects the heart, and reduces the risk of developing a blood clot. The antibacterial and anti-fungal properties of thyme essential oil help boost immune system function and fight harmful pathogens. The antioxidant properties of thyme essential oil help to fight free radicals and reduce the risk of disease. The expectorant and antispasmodic properties of thyme essential oil make it especially effective in treating respiratory conditions. Thyme essential oil helps relieve feelings of stress and anxiety, relaxing the mind and promoting feelings of tranquility. Additionally, it is a mental stimulant, which can help improve focus and fight fatigue. The antispasmodic properties of thyme essential oil help to reduce the pain associated with spasms that cause muscle cramps. It is also especially effective at reducing pain associated with menstrual cramps.