Barley Grass – acts as a free radical scavenger that can reduce
inflammation and pain. It is also thought to be able to help the body attack cancer
Chlorella – a superior source of protein, chlorophyll, antioxidants,
vitamins, minerals and disease-preventive phytonutrients.
Spirulina – protects from oxidant stress and strongly supports
the immune system and a healthy inflammatory response. Scientific studies suggest
it may be especially good for the brain, heart, immune system and more.
Wheat Grass – a strong antioxidant, detoxifier and free radical
scavenger. It cleanses the blood & restores alkalinity, organs and gastrointestinal
tract of debris. Wheatgrass also stimulates metabolism and the body’s enzyme systems
by enriching the blood. It also aids in reducing blood pressure by dilating the
blood pathways throughout the body.
Carrot – one of the richest sources of vitamin A. It also ranks
high as a source of the other vitamins, especially those of the B complex. Its mineral
content is equally rich, and includes calcium, copper, magnesium, potassium, sodium,
phosphorus, chlorine, sulfur, and iron.
Broccoli – in recent years, broccoli has made the headlines regarding
components found in the vegetable. For instance, indole-3-carbinol has captured
the attention of those looking to prevent hormone-related cancers, such as breast-
and prostate cancer. Additionally, the health benefits of broccoli have been linked
to preventing and controlling the following medical concerns: Alzheimer's disease,
diabetes, calcium deficiencies, stomach and colon cancer, malignant tumors, lung
cancer, heart disease, arthritis, and even the aging process.
Cauliflower – Cruciferous vegetables, including the cauliflower,
are known for their cancer fighting benefits. A rich source of vitamin C and other
Spinach – The vitamins in spinach, plus the fiber, folic acid,
magnesium, lutein and other nutrients may help control cancer, especially colon,
lung and breast cancers. Folate also lowers the blood levels of homocysteine, a
protein that damages arteries. The flavonoids in spinach help protect against age
related memory loss. Spinach also contains ‘lutein,’ which makes it one of the best
foods in the world to prevent cataracts, as well as age related macular degeneration,
the leading cause of preventable blindness in the elderly.
Beet – contains high levels of anti-carcinogens and carotenoids.
Beets are also loaded with antioxidants, which help protect against cancer and heart
disease. Supports healthy liver function and can help keep arteries flexible.
Aloe Vera – the virtues of Aloe Vera have been recorded by various
civilizations for thousands of years. In recent history, numerous scientific studies
have also concluded that high quality Aloe Vera used internally or topically can
have astounding health benefits, ranging from strengthening the immune system, accelerating
healing, improving digestive problems, etc. Aloe Vera truly is 'THE MIRACLE PLANT!'
Its uses and benefits are so wide ranging, new applications for this incredible
herb are being consistently discovered!
Turmeric – one of nature’s most powerful healers. It has been used
in Indian medicine for more than 2,000 years. It has been long known for its anti-inflammatory
properties. It is also a powerful antioxidant.
Cilantro – an antioxidant and detoxifier. Cilantro is known to
be rich in phytonutrients, flavonoids and active phenolic acid compounds, which
are all very good for supporting optimum health.
Mangosteen – a fruit originally used in Southeast Asia for its
health benefits. Mangosteen is high in antioxidants and may have health benefits,
including anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antifungal, and antiseptic properties.
Acerola Berry – can help strengthen the immune system, speed up
the healing of wounds, prevent heart disease, and even protect your body against
cancer. Acerola is very rich in vitamin C, which is one reason why it is so powerful
in strengthening the immune system and fighting off diseases like heart disease
Red Beet Root – the red pigment in beets raises antioxidant enzyme
levels in the liver and may promote detoxification in the intestines, blood and
liver. Colon cancer research has also shown that consumption of beet fiber may increase
colonic CD8 cells, which detect and remove abnormal cells.
Pomegranate – has excellent antioxidant qualities. Pomegranate
juice has been shown to work well as a blood thinner. Some research has shown it
may be an excellent agent for promoting blood flow to the heart. It also has been
shown to reduce plaque in the arteries, and to raise “good” levels of cholesterol
while helping lower “bad” cholesterol. This preliminary research suggests that pomegranate
juice may be helpful in preventing heart disease, heart attacks and stroke.
Green Tea Extract - contains powerful antioxidants (flavonoids)
that can help protect against heart disease, cancer and stroke. Green Tea has metabolism
boosting benefits and increases the metabolic rates, reduces hunger and speeds up
Quercitin – a naturally occurring substance known as bioflavonoid
that is found in high concentrations in the skin of apples, red onions, citrus fruits
and red grapes. It is a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory.Quercetin benefits
may also include the reduction of anxiety, depression and even fatigue.
Resveratrol – the most and popular sources of resveratrol are in
red wine and grapes. Some have dubbed resveratrol the "Fountain of Youth" because
of its reported anti-aging properties. It is an anti-inflammatory and can also increase
energy levels and lower blood sugar.
Grape Seed Extract – is thought to be one of the most powerful
antioxidants, considered to be more than 20 times more powerful than vitamin C and
50 times more powerful than vitamin E.
Blueberry – another very powerful antioxidant, thought to improve
immunity, promote urinary tract health, brain health and may even help reduce ‘belly
Tomato/Lycopene – tomato products are the richest sources of lycopene.
As a powerful antioxidant, lycopene helps neutralize harmful free radicals, which
may be responsible for many illnesses, including cancer, heart disease and other
age related illnesses.