Heavy metals such as mercury and lead are becoming a major health concern. Fortunately there are many things you could do to reduce your body load of heavy metals. It is essential to do a number of these things consistently to avoid heavy metal build up over time.Read More
Spirulina’s claim to fame is it’s successfully used by NASA as a dietary supplement for astronauts during space missions. The concentration of protein, minerals, vitamins and phytonutrients has led many to classify spirulina as “the most nutrient dense food on the planet.”Read More
Continuing our look at some of the most potent superfood berries for winter health. Next up, its’s the mulberry.
Eat mulberries just as they come to enjoy their naturally sweet taste and fight dangerous free radicals in your body. You might not think of plants as being fast movers, but the white mulberry bush releases its spores at a speed equal to Mach 0.5 – half the speed of sound. Remembering the doctrine of signatures, that tells us that mulberries are the equivalent of a guided missile when it comes to taking on flu!
In fact, it’s amazing how many nutrients can be packed into just one small berry: carotenes, thiamine, riboflavin, Vitamin C, tannin and the essential fatty acid known as stearic acid. And that’s not all – in fact, we’re only just beginning to list the “ingredients” of mulberry.Read More
At Soaring Free Superfoods, we believe that the answers to all our nutritional and medicinal needs can be found in Nature, and that specific plants offer particular benefits. Many raw food experts believe that the shape, colour, texture, taste and even smell of a particular food can give us important clues as to its positive effects on our health.
According to this ancient “doctrine of signatures”, berries are particularly potent: their intense colours and flavours signal to humans (and bears, and birds) that they not only taste good, but can really boost our health.
Berries are especially good at supporting our immune systems, which is great news as flu and colds try to find weaknesses in our armour during winter.Read More