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7 Foods To Boost Your Mojo Over Winter


7 Foods To Boost Your Mojo Over Winter
7 Foods To Boost Your Mojo Over Winter

Madonna Williams offers insight into a few amazing foods that will help to prevent or reduce inflammation, improve the immune system, boost energy levels, and promote glowing skin. additionally these foods assist with regulation of metabolism, lowering of cholesterol and blood pressure, improvement of digestive health and protection against heart disease and cancer.

Acai Berries
Acai Berries

1. Acai Berries
Acai (ah-sigh-ee) is a high-energy berry of a special Amazon palm tree, and is potent with antioxidants, amino acids, and essential fatty acids among other things. Remember to always check that selected berry products have no added sugar (especially acai). Berries are ideal to mix with porridge, juices or smoothies.

Cacao
Cacao

2. Cacao
Cacao or raw chocolate is one of the highest antioxidant foods on the planet and a great source of magnesium iron, zinc, manganese and chromium. Cacao elevates mood and energy, improves cardiovascular health and is a natural aphrodisiac. Available in powder form or nibs (like chocolate chips), is unprocessed hence an excellent healthy supplement in smoothies, desserts and baking recipes.

Greens
Greens

3. Greens
Greens help detoxify and alkalise blood, boost liver function and help build healthy intestinal flora. Eating greens is like getting the ultimate prescription medicine that has no nasty side effects. The best greens are wheatgrass, sprouts, kale, broccoli, spinach, cabbages, dark green leafy lettuce and beet greens. It’s best to eat greens with every meal.

Seaweed
Seaweed

4. Seaweed 
Seaweed (for example, nori, kelp, dulse arame, wakame, kombu) extracted from the nutrient-rich ocean, is abundant in calcium iron and iodine and loaded with important vitamins including vitamin A, B1, B2, B6, B12 and vitamin C and K, which support healthy organ function and immunity. Seaweed is close to plasma, purifying and alkalising the blood, countering toxins like heavy metals and radiation by promoting their elimination. It also contains a lot of calcium and has plenty of iodine which supports cell metabolism and healthy thyroid function; furthermore, seaweed contains a rare functional balance between omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids

Lemons
Lemons

5. Lemons
Lemons are blessed with natural healing properties rich in vitamin C, vitamin A, beta carotene, folate, calcium, magnesium, and potassium. Lemon peels help rid the body of toxic carcinogenic elements and contain salvestrol Q40 and limonene, understood to fight against cancerous cells. Tip: Lemon juice − add half organic lemon freshly squeezed to a jug of water for drinking during the day; or lemon peel − freeze whole, organic lemons (keep in freezer). Grate sprinkles of lemon peel over meals, in drinks and soups for fresh flavour and a hit of the aforementioned health benefits.

Spirulina
Spirulina

6. Spirulina
Spirulina is a type of algae that provides an array of minerals, phytonutrients and enzymes. Algae improves brain and immune function, promotes detoxification, reduces inflammation, improves circulation, energy and endurance. Additionally, spirulina is the world’s highest source of complete protein (65 per cent). It is packed with iron, chlorophyll, antioxidants and also contains sulfur which improves the immune system, physical strength, and boosts liver and pancreas function.

Coconut Oil
Coconut Oil

7. Coconut Oil 
Coconut oil is valuable to the immune system as it contains antiviral, anti-fungal and antimicrobial properties. It also improves digestion and absorption of fat-soluble vitamins and amino acids, supports utilisation of blood sugar and improves the absorption of calcium and magnesium. Add a tablespoon of coconut oil to smoothies, or use it in place of olive oil for cooking.

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