Gary Null Ph.D. Top 5 Superfoods
Spirulina is a power food that is packed with nutrients and is simply a form of cyanobacteria which is edible. Like plants, cyanobacteria are capable of manufacturing their own food (energy source) from sunlight via photosynthesis. It can be found in many countries and is typically used as a dietary supplement or whole food.
- weight loss
- gut health
- diabetes management
- blood pressure
- risk of heart disease
- metabolic rate
- allergy symptoms
- mental health
While garlic contains phytonutrients similar to those found in onions, it also possesses selenium, a substance that, according to some studies, offers protection against various cancers and the deterioration of the body caused by free radicals.
Researchers have studied the ability of garlic to guard against;
- 1. heart disease
- 2. Arterial calcification (hardening of the arteries)
- 3. Reduce cholesterol and blood pressure.
Because it is a source of the flavonoid quercetin, garlic contains antibiotic properties that empower it to fight colds, stomach viruses, and yeast infections.
This superfood has a lot of nutritional value with few calories and not much fat. They also contain two types of dietary fibers, beta-glucans and chitin, which studies have proven to increase satiety and reduce appetite.
In one study, researchers gave people less meat and more mushrooms in place of meat. After just one year, people reported feeling healthier, and they lost a lot of weight, had less diabetes, and their blood pressure and cholesterol went down.
- 1. Boost the Production of Vitamin D
- 2. Enhance Immune System Function
- 3. Aid in Weight Loss
- 4. Protect Your Bladder Health
- 5. Lower Cholesterol Levels
- 6. Heal Anemia
- 7. Treat Diabetes
- 8. Helps Prevent Prostate Cancer and Breast Cancer
- 9. Boost Strength of Bone
- 10. Fight against Free Radicals
The coconut is one of those fruits that’s useful all round.
Every part of the coconut has important applications in many cultures around the world. From the coconut water, it’s gel and even its outer skin (which is used as a cleaning utensil) all are very important but none as important as the coconut oil. Of recent there has been major hype around coconut oil. Health food consumers have been flocking to supermarkets and health stores to get their hands on this amazing product. Coconut oil has antibacterial and antifungal super ingredients; it’s a cure-all that can improve your overall health.
- Lowers Cholesterol
- Aids in Weight Loss
- Moisturizes Skin
- Improves Brain Function
- Kills Bacteria, Viruses, And Fungi
1. Aloe Vera
A long time ago, people realized the plant had a lot more to offer than just being nice to look at. The gel and juice found inside aloe vera became a popular herbal remedy that was used to help treat everything from skin issues to digestive problems. For almost 6,000 years the healing properties of Aloe Vera have been known. Known as the “plant of immortality” Egyptian pharaohs were presented this plant as a funeral gift.
- METABOLIC BALANCE
- IMMUNE SYSTEM BOOSTING
- SKIN REPAIR & HYDRATION
- MUSCLE DEVELOPMENT
- DIGESTIVE REGULATION
- Ann Larson