Mango Madness

MANGOES // cure anemia + help in pregnancy Mangoes are rich in iron, which makes them beneficial for people suffering from anemia. A regular, moderate intake of mangoes can help eliminate anemia by increasing the red blood cell count in the body. Mangoes are also very beneficial for pregnant women, since the iron requirements during […]

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Blueberry Yum Yum

BLUEBERRIES // may help reduce muscle damage after strenuous exercise Strenuous exercise can lead to muscle soreness and fatigue. This is driven, in part by local inflammation and oxidative stress in the muscle tissue. Blueberry supplementation may reduce the damage that occurs at the molecular level, minimizing soreness and reduction in muscle performance. In a […]

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Power to Goji Berries

GOJI BERRIES // A nutritional powerhouse Unique among fruits because they contain all essential amino acids, goji berries also have the highest concentration of protein of any fruit. Goji berries are also loaded with vitamin C, contain more carotenoids than any other food, have 21 trace minerals and are high in fiber. Having 15 times […]

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Strawberry Feels Forever

STRAWBERRIES // build a better brain Sadly, it is very common that aging adults begin losing their memory and control over certain activities, muscles and limbs. This is due to either the natural or premature aging of their brain and nervous system. Free radicals are the agents responsible for signs of aging because they have […]

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Nothing Beets This

BEETS // boost your energy level Beets contain a significant amount of carbohydrates that provides fuel for energy and prolonged sports activities. These are the natural building blocks of energy metabolism and beets provide them without any of the negative side effects of many other carbohydrate-heavy foods. When the body has a sufficient amount of […]

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Passion in a Glass

PASSION FRUIT // boosts our immune system Immunity is our body’s defense system against various pathogens like a virus, bacteria, toxins, etc. that make the body unhealthy and lead to disease and infections. Our immune system is responsible for our immunity. It has an important role in identifying the threat and eliminating it from the […]

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Kale // YEAH!

Kale is one of the world’s best sources of Vitamin K. It is absolutely critical to blood clotting and does this by “activating” certain proteins and giving them the ability to bind calcium. A single raw cup of kale contains almost 7 times the daily recommended amount. It also helps prevent heart disease and osteoporosis.” […]

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