A balanced, varied and nutritious diet, plenty of exercise, sleep and rest are key factors in maintaining good health, however, if your lifestyle has lots of stress factors and your diet is lacking there may be a need to support and sustain good health by using a Super Food.
In recent years there has been increased interest in Super Foods and they are known for their alkalising, cleansing and energising properties. These Super Foods include chlorophyll known for its cleansing and detoxification properties, spirulina which contains carotenoids, antioxidants, phytonutrients, minerals, trace minerals, vitamin B12, enzymes and phycobiliproteins, chlorella which supports healthy digestion though the promotion of peristalsis and boosts good intestinal bacteria, barley and wheat grass which provide rich sources of chlorophyll and act as internal cleansers as well as help counter the over-acidity in the body, prebiotic and probiotic blends of raw wholefoods that are naturally fermented with multiple strains of probiotic cultures which aid the overall digestive function in the body.
Other Super Foods include chai seeds which contains essential minerals - phosphorous, manganese, calcium, potassium, sodium and a-linolenic acid which is also known as Omega 3, cacao which provides a source of beta-carotene, amino acids, Omega-3 EFAs, calcium, zinc, iron, copper, sulphur, potassium and magnesium, goji berries which have been used for thousands of years in Chinese medicine to boost life force. Energy, acai known for its antioxidant properties and minimise the damage that free radicals can do in the body, maca which supports the immune system and increases energy, stamina and endurance and maqui used to stimulate weight loss, delay the ageing process and detoxify and cleanse the body. Many of these Super Foods are certified organically grown.
Always use these products as directed, follow the label instructions regarding dosage and if symptoms persist consult your healthcare professional.