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The term "Superfoods" refers to foods that have un-commonly high nutrient density. But not all "Superfoods" are the same - our Superfoods range aims to give you REAL Superfoods that you know are great for you, without all the nasties.
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Superfoods for Healthy Joints
Natural joint health supplements like
have well documented benefits for supporting healthy joints, and pharmaceutical / prescription drugs can be obtained from your doctor to help with arthritis and joint pain. However, your lifestyle and the food you eat can also have a significant effect on joint health. Try these superfoods for arthritis and maintaining joint health.
A fine powder derived from an Amazonian fruit, Camu Camu has impressive antioxidant properties and can be a great anti-inflammatory. Anti-inflammatories cab be beneficial for arthritis sufferers, as the joint pain felt is often the result of swelling and inflammation around the joint. Reducing inflammation, therefore, often means reducing pain. Further, Camu Camu is rich in vitamin C – vitamin C is critical for a number of bodily functions including production of collagen. Collagen is required for growing, healing and repairing tissue and cartilage.
are rich in fibre, protein and – importantly – omega-3 fatty acids. Ensuring you have sufficient intake of Omega-3s is important for joints and the link between omega-3 intake and joint health is documented. If you aren’t eating fatty fish such as salmon or tuna 3 times a week, you should be trying to increase your daily omega-3 intake by:
taking a Krill Oil tablet daily or
including vegetable sources of omega-3 like chia seeds into your diet. Need some inspiration on how to eat more chia? Check out our
Chia Seed recipes
You may be familiar with turmeric as a spice used in curries and stir fries. You may not realise that it is actually a superfood that contains a potent anti-inflammatory ingredient called curcumin. Adding enough turmeric to your meals each day to achieve the full anti-inflammatory effect might not be feasible, but there are an increasing number of juice bars around that offer turmeric in their products that can help you increase your turmeric / curcumin intake. Alternatively, try
– it contains clinically studied levels of curcumin so you can be sure you are getting sufficient dosage. It also contains additional joint care ingredients Krill Oil and Green Lipped Mussel. ---------- This article was provided by our online partner Health365. To
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3 Superfoods For Men's Health
You may scoff at the term 'superfoods', but believe us when we say there are a small handful of real 'superfoods' that do exist. These are foods that contain a wide range of key nutrients, and contain them at levels far above those found in 'normal' food. This means these superfoods make it easier to get the nutritional support you need to get through your day. Some of these superfoods - when taken over time - may help support a range of benefits for men's health issues, from supporting libido and sperm count to prostate and heart health. Read on for our top 3 list of Superfoods for men's health.
3 Superfoods For Men's Health
Known as the "Peruvian ginseng",
has been traditionally used for thousands of years in Peru and across South America to support energy and - famously - to boost libido and fertility. Preliminary studies out of Peru suggest it may increase sperm count and sperm motility, although it should be noted that further research is required to consolidate these early findings. Fellas, try our recipe for
, which contains Maca and other key nutrients for supporting men's energy and libido.
2. Chia Seeds
Whilst the two foods are very different, both
and salmon contain large concentrations of one very important nutrient for men's health: Omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3 fatty acids have a variety of benefits, not the least of which is increased protection against heart disease, high blood pressure, cholesterol and stroke. Heart disease is the leading killer of men in Australia, and men are much more likely to develop heart disease than women. As such, men should be considering adjusting their diet to avoid these preventable diseases. Both salmon and chia seeds are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which can help support a healthy heart. Furthermore, chia seeds are very high in dietary fibre, which can help with weight management and managing blood sugar levels. Guys, try our
Chia-Crusted Salmon recipe
. It combines both chia seeds
salmon for a super-sized serve of omega-3s to help protect your heart.
Preliminary studies suggest that one way of increasing your sperm count is to decrease the number of free radicals in your body by increasing your antioxidant intake. Free radicals are unstable molecules that exist in our body that damage cells and can lead to inflammation, disease and reduced efficiency. Increasing your intake of antioxidants fights these molecules and increases overall health and - perhaps - sperm quality. Whilst most fruit and vegetables have some antioxidant content,
is one of the richest known sources of antioxidants on the planet. Gents, try our
Acai Berry Breakfast Bowl recipe
. It's packed with acai and other nutrients to protect your heart, brain, overall health
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The Superfoods Way with One Hungry Mami
Share your blogging journey with us. When did it begin and why did you decide to start?
My blog began in July 2012, and it came after a rather big and indulgent trip to the States. I decided on my return that I would try a purely plant based diet for 12 weeks. So, 1 month before my 34th birthday, I did it. I remember telling people about it and someone suggested I should write about my experience. That's when the blog was born. It was a really good way of keeping myself accountable, sharing recipes I came up with a long the way and documenting what changes, physical or mental, that I undertook as a result. My journey is still going and a lot has happened so the blog has evolved to reflect that, and will hopefully continue as long as I'm around.
Outside of creating beautiful content for your followers, what are you most passionate about in life?
It's cliche but I'm truly passionate about my family and friends. I think in today's world, it's easy to get caught up in the superficial but when it all comes down to it, you have nothing if you don't have anyone around you to share it with.
What is your daily health, wellness and fitness routine?
I used to be really regimented and would try to do all the right things, but now I take a more relaxed approach and realise that every day is different so your body and mind requirements are going to reflect that. My non-negotiables are daily meditation, fresh homemade food, a superfood smoothie, kissing my family, and moving my body for an hour each day. I love exercise, it's a natural stress reliever and mood elevator so apart from keeping me fit, it also keeps me mentally well. I love to run, it's just another form of meditation in my opinion. I balance that with resistance training using my own body and light weights. Rest is also important so getting a day to do just that is a priority, and this includes taking a break from technology too.
What’s your favourite way to utilise Super Foods to help you get through a busy day?
As a nurse, I do shift work, mainly the late shift so I really love a good smoothie, specially around the 3 pm mark when my body is craving an energy injection. It beats coffee and keeps me going until dinner time so I'm not munching mindlessly on unhealthy foods. My favourite is a green smoothie made from baby spinach, cucumber, celery, green apple, lemon juice, coconut water, avocado and 1 tsp of the Nature's Way Flavoured Spirulina. It's really low sugar but tastes amazing thanks to the spirulina powder. For more info or to follow One Hungry Mami,
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Benefits of Maca for Women
With all of the buzz around (and misuse of) the term 'superfoods', it is sometimes useful to remind ourselves that
superfoods really do exist.
is one of these true superfoods. It's amazingly high nutrient density, it's ability to support energy production and it's
ability to improve men's health
are well documented. Now, let's take a closer look at the benefits of Maca for women.
Benefits of Maca For Women
1. Maca Offers Numerous General Health Benefits
Let's start off with some of maca's general benefits. Maca can help boost energy, endurance and stamina. It supplies iron and helps restore red blood cells, which aids anemia and cardiovascular diseases. Maca keeps your bones and teeth healthy and allows you to heal from wounds more quickly. When used in conjunction with a good workout regime you will notice an increase in muscle mass. Warning: If you have a cancer related to hormones like testicular and ovarian, among others. If you have liver issues or high blood pressure you should ask your doctor before having maca.
2. Maca Supports Ability To Withstand Stress
Maca is a type of food known as an 'adaptogen': a natural food that helps us deal with the effects of stress. It is rich in a number of key vitamins, minerals, enzymes and amino acids that our body needs heightened levels of during times of stress. It can promote homeostasis (where your body is in a state of equilibrium and balance) during times of stress, when your body can otherwise be experiencing a hormonal rollercoaster.
3. Maca may help treat menopause symptoms
Maca has been traditionally used in menopausal women as a natural form of hormone replacement therapy. This use has persisted for hundreds of years in Peru and has become commonplace in many Western countries, including Australia. Whilst maca
appear to help balance hormones, it's exact benefits for treating menopause are yet to be clinically proven.
4. Maca Gives Support During Menstruation
Maca has also been traditionally used for helping relieve menstrual symptoms. Central to this is Maca's effect on stabilising mood and hormone levels. It's high nutrient density may also be part of the reason, as it provides key vitamins and nutrients that may help relieve cramping and other menstrual pain.
3. Maca Supports Skin Health
Some people find maca helps clear skin blemishes and balanced oily skin types. Another benefit for your skin is that is decreases sensitivity. In hot or cold weather, maca may help your skin withstand extreme temperatures.
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