Top 8 Superfoods for 2016

1. Moringa – the rising star of superfoods.

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Moringa is considered to be the most nutrient rich plant on earth.

It is a small tree that is native to North

India. It goes by a variety of names, such as drumstick tree, horseradish tree, or ben oil tree

The antioxidant power of moringa aids in liver protection, diabetes, eye protection, cardiovascular health, bone health, urolithiasis, wound healing, healthy hair and skin.


Soothing effects on skin and hair

The antioxidants in moringa make your skin revitalized by controlling free radicals, which cause your skin to age. The cleansing ability of moringa makes your skin radiant, wrinkle free and youthful.  With its high concentration of Vitamins A, C and E, bioflavonoids and over 40 other antioxidants, moringa can fight off the wrinkles.

The zinc in moringa makes your immune system stronger and promotes hair growth.

Moringa has over 90 nutrients and 46 natural antioxidants, as well as anti-inflammatory compounds, including: Vitamin A, B1, B2, B3, B6, B7, C, D, E, K

MINERALS: Calcium, Chloride, Chromium, Copper, Fluorine, Iron, Manganese, Magnesium, Molydenum, Phosphorus, Potassium, Sodium, Selenium, Sulfur, Zinc.

The moringa leaves are said to contain twice the protein present in milk.

Moringa leaves contain several times more potassium than bananas.

*Always consult your doctor before using any supplements


2. Relieve your stress levels and promote your memory support with Ashwagandha


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It is also known as Indian ginseng or winter cherry. The plant originated from India.

Revive dull skin

Research has found that ashwagandha improves resistance to stress, possibly decreasing cortisol production.

Relieve Stress and protect your brain cells

Scientific studies support ashwagandha’s ability not only to relieve stress, but also to protect brain cells against the deleterious effects of our modern lifestyles.

y studies on ashwagandha ability to reduce anxiety and depression, reduce brain cell degeneration, stabilize blood sugar, lower cholesterol, boost immunity and improving thyroid function.


Other benefits of Ashwagandha:

  1. Fight anxiety and depression without causing drowsiness
  2. Improves learning memory and reaction time
  3. Helps with better sex life

*Always consult your doctor before using any supplements


3. Steady your nerves and sharpen your memory with Tulsi tea.


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Tulsi also known as the holy grail or “queen of herbs”. It is fairly common plant in Indian households.

Relieves stress in moments

Try sipping 12 oz. of Tulsi tea. This naturally sweet, spicy rich in antioxidants herbal brew helps you feel more focused and in control in as little as 10 minutes, thanks to its never-friendly active ingredients (rosmarinic acid and eugenol).

Sharpens memory

The leaves are a nerve tonic that sharpen memory.

Skin and hair benefits:

Tulsi has powerful purifying properties. When eaten raw, it purifies the blood giving the skin a beautiful glow, and prevents the appearance of acne and blemishes. It is also used to prevent hair fallout.

Relives fever, coughs, and sore throat

Tulsi leaves act as antibiotic, germicidal and disinfectant agents; they protect us from bacteria and viruses. Tulsi tea does wonders in several respiratory illnesses ranging from things as simple as mild colds and coughs to bronchitis and asthma.

Other benefits of Tulsi:  respiratory disorder, mouth infection, insect bites, and headaches, dental care, fights acne, protects against diabetes.

*Always consult your doctor before using any supplements

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