You are to be commended on taking charge of your health. Quite obviously you could be detoxifying while eliminating the toxins in your body.
Super-food powders can fill the gap. You may have seen them taking respectable
space on health and grocery store shelves or have even tried them. These powdered
supplements, often called “super-foods” may be comprised of a single highly potent
plant, such as alfalfa, barley or blue green algae offer a combination of dried, whole
plant and vegetable ingredients. Low calorie, nutrient-dense plant based powders
can help you to get the over 40 nutrients that your body needs in fresh supply every
day. They include the vitamins, minerals, protein, complex carbohydrates and essential
fats that may be lacking in your meals. These dehydrated plant powders also add to
your raw food intake which is important to obtain vital enzymes and to compensate
for the nutrients destroyed in cooked foods.
North Americans are embracing this as a fast, fuss-free way to consume large amounts
of essential amino acids, minerals like Iron, Magnesium, Calcium, Copper, Zinc, Sodium,
Potassium, and vitamins A, B1, B2, C, D and E. This natural, highly concentrated food
option provides most of the needed vitamins and minerals required in your daily diet.
Make everything you eat count, and contribute to your overall well-being. Needless to
say that these super foods and plant powders, shouldn’t take the place of eating meals
rich in whole fruits, vegetables, grains and proteins, but they help to counter the stress
of daily life when you cannot follow your ideal diet.
How much of a powdered plant food product should you take? It depends on the type
and combination of ingredients. For example, two or three teaspoons a day of 4 to 5
grams or in capsules for normal activities is recommended as a daily supplement.
Those recovering from illness or with physically and mentally demanding lifestyles
may require the use of amounts as high as 10 grams a day.
Organic vs. non-organic greens powders? Chemicals from non-organic plant foods
accumulate in our bodies every day, resulting in lowered mental and physical performance,
immune deficiency, sexual dysfunction and disease. During the dehydration process for
powdered supplements and snack foods with dehydrated vegetable and plant ingredients,
only water is removed, not herbicide, pesticide or fertilizer residues. Therefore, since
many pounds of the original plant are required to make one pound of dehydrated plant
powder, there is at least a ten fold increase in these chemicals in the final product if it’s
not certified organic.
These super foods aren’t “smarter” than Mother Nature but are about getting back to
eating the best that Mother Nature provides. I am using a whole food supplement thatg has worked wonders for me. If you would like a free sample or more info send email