The earth is filled with countless natural remedies! It is so fun to discover what nature can offer for our health. We would love to share with you Kiwi’s favorite super foods & remedies.
CBD oil from Hemp plants. This miracle oil from Hemp works for so many conditions including anxiety & depression. CBD products are Kiwi’s most favorite remedies of all. Please go to http://hopefromkiwi.com/page7.html and discover what this plan can do for our health. CBD is a gift to humanity. Please remember that CBD is not only for humans but for your loving pets as well.
Coconut is highly nutritious and rich in vitamins, minerals and fibers. According to Dr. Bruce Fife who is a naturopathic doctor and certified nutritionist, “Coconut oil increases HDL, large LDL, and reduces small dense LDL. The overall effect is that coconut oil reduces the cholesterol ratio, therefore lowering the risk of heart disease.”
Did you know coconut oil is high in fats called medium chain triglycerides (MCT), which are easily absorbed compared to other fats? According to researches, MCT oil may support weight loss by increasing fullness (I can testify this! I put one table spoon of coconut oil in my coffee every morning), fat loss, energy burning, ketone production and by improving our gut health. Coconut oil is also found to be rich in antibacterial, anti-aging, antioxidant, wound healing, and anti-inflammatory properties.
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IODINE. Did you know Iodine deficiency linked to cancer, obesity, heart disease, fibromyalgia, ADHD, other mental health disorders, possible links to Alzheimer's & Parkinson's? Our body needs Iodine for more than just our thyroid. Our immune system cannot live without iodine for fighting infections. Unfortunately, many of us have iodine deficiencies due to our diet and toxic environment we live in, etc. No wonder it is said that worldwide cancer cases are expected to soar by 70% over next 20 years. You can read the article linked below to find out more about Iodine and its daily recommended dose. Yes, Kiwi takes Iodine daily to stay healthy!
Apricot seeds contain vitamin B17, more commonly known as amygdalin or laetrile. Studies have shown that laetrile has anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory properties. However, other studies disagree with these findings. It is the fact that laetrile has been used in the U.S. for cancer treatment since the1970s; after the treatment was banned in the 1950s. Our family eats about 10 Apricot seeds a day as a snack. You can find out more about Apricot seeds at https://draxe.com/apricot-seeds/
Bananas are one of the most popular fruits in the world. Like the avocado the banana is an excellent source of nutrition. Banana is a great source of fibre, potassium, carbohydrates, vitamin B6 and vitamin C. How do you like your bananas? I used to like my banana perfectly yellow until I read a couple articles on this topic. According to some researchers, fully ripe bananas with brown patches on their skin have a substance called Tumor Necrosis Factor (TNF) that destroys abnormal cells! Both yellow and green bananas are high nutrition so eat both of them to get maximum benefit!
Beets are a super food and one of Kiwi’s favorite. Russia was where Kiwi first ate beets and I fell in love with beets soup. Beets may lower blood pressure, boost endurance & stamina, boost digestion, improve brain neuroplasticity, prevent cancer and promote liver detoxification, etc. Beets are good sources of folate, potassium, vitamin C, fiber, antioxidants, nitrate, etc.
45 Beet Recipes for Roasting, Frying and More
Horsetail plant has many amazing health benefits. According to some reports, this plant may prevent certain types of cancer, boost immunity, reduce inflammation, increase cognitive function, etc. It may also help soothe the skin, protect bones, prevent tooth decay, detoxify the body, and promote hair care. One of our family member uses Horsetail extract for preventing hair loss, as it brings nutrients directly to the scalp and hair follicles. Horsetail Herb plant may also reverse Osteoporosis, and Alzheimer's with SILICA.
Moringa is nutrient-dense superfood! This tree is known as ‘tree of life’, because every part of the tree is used. Moringa is loaded with vitamin C, calcium, vitamin A, potassium and etc. In fact, Moringa tree leaves are registered to have an Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity (ORAC) score of 157,000. An ORAC measure is the ability of a food or any other substance to quench oxygen free radicals in a test tube. According to some studies, antioxidants in foods can boost the antioxidant power of the blood. Moringa outperformed antioxidant-packed superfoods such as acai, blueberries, garlic, etc in an ORAC test. Let’s nourish our body with Moringa!
Spirulina is rich in vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, E, and K. Vitamin A is very important because it has been specifically correlated with helping to give longer lifespans. Did you know that Spirulina has the highest concentration of protein of any known food? It has between 55 to 70% protein by weight. It’s a complete protein and has 18 amino acids which our body needs for cell metabolism, detoxification, tissue regeneration, repair, and more.
Spirulina also contains an extraordinary polypeptide, a chain of amino acids called phycocyanin. Phycocyanin is the green pigment of color found in spirulina that has the ability to trigger the production of stem cells. What are stem cells? Stem cells are mother cells or cells that can self-replicate throughout their entire life and become any type of cell such as cells of the blood, heart, bones, skin, muscles, brain etc. Stem cells provide new cells for our bodies as they grow; as well as replacing damaged or lost cells. Isn’t spirulina amazing?
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- Dr. David Brownstein, MD
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