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Posts Tagged ‘ginger’

Noni, Ginger Turmeric Enzymes and other Superfoods

Morinda citrifolia Flower of Noni BerriesConsidered by health experts such as David Wolfe and Steve Adler, Island Fire has to be the best Noni product on the market, it consists of Tahitian Noni, ginger, Hawaiian Turmeric, cayenne, lemon, apple cider vinegar, and trace minerals (both from colloidal, and plant and ocean-sourced ionic minerals). A shot or two in the morning will really get your metabolism and taste buds going! This is a daily health tonic focused on rejuvenation, detoxification, superior energy, good mood, and overall health. The leading authority on raw foods and superfoods, David Wolfe, has mentioned Noni numerous times as the world's most powerful fruit. It is found all over the Polynesian Islands and other tropical environments. In the last 15 years, all sorts of Noni products have been introduced to the market. Unfortunately, most of the benefits are lost in the pasteurization or dilution of the juice with other fruit juices and sugars.

Noni fruit (Morinda_citrifolia)For thousands of years Noni has been used in Polynesian culture, and is known in Polynesian lore to be a cure-all food. Noni contains has the highest natural concentration of polysaccharides than any other plant species. Polysaccharides are a type of complex sugar that stimulates the immune system to be more resistant to immune system disorders. As we learn more about this, the future of nutrition may one day lie in polysaccharides. Noni also contains a tremendous amount of the beauty mineral sulfur, which is especially good for our hair, skin, and nails. Another superfood characteristic of Noni is its anti-fungal and anti-microbial properties. This means it can assist in boosting your immune system. And because there is no added sugar to Island Fire (only 1 gram of sugar total per 1 ounce serving), there is no sugar stimulation when you have an ounce or two. Instead, there is long-term energy that is supportive of your immune system. Also, because it has never been flash heated, it is actually enzyme active and live. Island Fire actually contains more than 140 bio-active enzymes.

These enzymes, and enzymes in general, are crucial for our health and energy. Enzymes are the "workers" that convert the food we eat into energy, enable our five senses, and break down food into usable nutrition and waste. What puts Island Fire Noni Elixir leaps ahead of other Noni products besides being unpasteurized and organic is its added ingredients such as Turmeric and Ginger (as well as cayenne, lemon, and raw apple cider vinegar). Turmeric is a powerful anti-inflammatory antioxidant. It is actually the greatest anti-inflammatory in the Ayurvedic System. This assists in reducing joint inflammation if you're injured or after a workout.

The ginger, because of its high sulfur content, is also wonderful for muscle recovery and tissue repair. Sulfur also helps rejuvenate our skin and protect it from the sun, free radical damage and wrinkling. Island Fire Noni Elixir is a powerful tonic to use in supporting your overall health, immune system, and energy. The smell and taste can be quite interesting as first but can grow on you the more you drink it. If you've ever taken a shot of liquor before, you can definitely handle Noni though! You can sip Island Fire alone or on ice, just like you would a cocktail, you can take a straight shot of it in the morning to get your metabolism and energy going, you could even mix it with some coconut water or soaked and blended goji berries to sweeten it up naturally.

It's wonderful that Elements for Life has come up with such a healthy way to make Noni juice taste good though. Enjoy this one of a kind superfood Elixir.

Article yy Lenette Nakauchi

Pictures by Wilfredo Rodríguez

Lenette Nakauchi is a raw foodist who loves teaching, coaching and demonstrating to others how to incorporate more raw foods into their diets in a fun, healthy, sustainable way. Learn more about raw foods and superfoods such as Noni by checking out Go Raw Have Fun! and her Elements for Life website.

Although Wilfredo Rodríguez ' primary career is in information technology, he also loves painting and cartography. That's why he works on image requests and improving the multimedia content of articles.

Foods For Health and Life – Super Foods

Superfoods, they are high in phytonutrient content, vitamin C, dietary fiber, manganese and antioxidants. So if you are interested about superfoods, here is a list of some great raw organic superfoods to try.

ImmuneDetox, it is a raw organic superfood that is composed of micronized zeolite and fulvic acid that has over 72 ocean and plant based trace minerals. It is specially formulated to be a rich dietary supplement to remove heavy metals, toxins and drug residues out of our cells and body.

By taking ImmuneDetox we will have healthy benefits such as having a healthy strong immune system, an increase in cellular oxygen levels, boost cellular energy production, an improve physical performance, boost body Ph to healthy alkalinity, nourish healthy cells and improve mental clarity and mood.

Island fire, is another superfood that combines powerful organic ingredients such as Apple cider vinegar, Lemon, Ginger, Cayenne, Hawaiian Turmeric and Tahitian Noni to make it a modern tonic elixir. By taking in Island Fire, the body experiences benefits like amazing health, good mood, superior energy, detoxification and rejuvenation.

Another one is Colloidal Gold. The benefits that it can give the body are a sense of energized yet calm Zen like awareness, mood support in time of winter blues, support in relief of cravings and addiction and then give us a deeper rejuvenating sleep with greater dream recall.

Then there is Tibetan Goji Berries. A superfood that can strengthen the immune system, increase energy, reduce fatigue, reduce the effects of free radicals, engender a sense of well-being and optimism and help curb appetite and over-eating. It can also help the body with strength-building, sexual potency and contains powerful probiotics.

Cordyceps is also a great superfood that can strengthen the immune system, increase libido and sexual performance, support a healthy strong heart and cardiovascular system, increase cellular energy, increase stamina and endurance, support healthy lungs and respiratory system, cellular detoxification, improve memory, increase nutrient absorption, build resistance to stress and anxiety and promote restful productive sleep.

Blue green algae is a superfood that is also protein powerhouse that can remove heavy metals and other environmental pollutants from our bodies. It has phyto-nutrients, rare trace elements, biological active enzymes, amino acids, essential fatty acids, B12, chlorophyll, complex sugars, phenylethylamine, glycol-proteins, vitamins and minerals. It can aid the body by giving a healthy immune, brain and nervous system, balanced metabolism, increase energy, stamina and mental clarity and stress tolerance.

Other raw organic superfoods are Sacred Chocolate, Raw Cacao Nibs, Marine Phytoplanktons and Golden Inca Berries. If you are having a hard time choosing what superfood is best for you to try first. Look at the benefits. The benefits that a certain superfood can give your body will help you decide. Good luck choosing then, bye!

-By: Paul S Fitzgerald

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Kevin Gianni Interviews Happy Oasis about her Favorite Superfoods

Happy Oasis, founder the Raw Spirit Festival Inc, shares her favorite superfoods

Kevin: Sara says you really inspired her on the Rawkathon. She wants to know, you talked about foraging food but what do you eat? Do you fix it yourself? Is it simple? Is it gourmet? What’s daily fare?

Happy: Well, first of all, thank you Sara. You inspire me. I love this mirroring of inspiration because it always encourages me to go on. I have the option to just go back and be a hermit. I’m so content like that. So thank you, Sara.

What do I eat? Well, I try to be versatile. However I’m more or less pretty much raw vegan. I’ll say 99 percent raw vegan. Once in a while I will eat something else but it’s so rare that I can’t even remember the last time I had something else. This morning I had juice. I’m home so I had some carrot, apple, celery. Then I went into the garden. We grow a garden here four seasons. I’m up in the mountains but I put a piece of plastic over our garden. I raise it up a little bit in the winter. We also have a sun room. That sun room is part living area and part indoor raised bed gardens. So we have lounge chairs, a French dining table and we also have these vegetables growing. I love to grow greens. In Arizona by the time the greens get here they can be a week old. So I ate some parsley and cilantro. Almost everything I eat in the green category is from the garden here. Our garden is just lush right now. I love arugula. It’s one of my favorites. I love the mustard family. Chard sometimes, and lots of spinach in the winter. I’m not so into lettuce because I like the dark, leafy greens for their nutritional value even more. Then after the juice – oh, a little bit of ginger and lemon in it. Sometimes I’ll throw a couple tablespoons of spirulina in there. I’m pretty simple.

I’m really into fresh fruits. I usually only eat locally, as much as possible, and fresh, organic. I go to the farmer’s markets. I went to the farmer’s market in California three days ago and ate [indecipherable] and some blood oranges that had just come off of somebody’s tree.

Then there are these potluck celebrations which have more complex foods. However this digestive tract is other than able to digest gourmet foods with a lot of ease because of so many years of eating wild, edible plants and mono foods. If you know what I mean. Just like eating one cucumber. One of my favorite meals or snacks is just to eat a cucumber. Sometimes for my teeth I’ll just eat celery or a big carrot. I love beets as well.

Then in the tropics, I just came from a couple of months in Hawaii, I was having coconut every day, fresh coconut right off the tree. It would plunk down in the middle of the night. You can hear the avocados falling down on the ground, as well, at night. I go easy on bananas. I really try to avoid those. But coconut every day. Papaya. In the tropics it’s really easy to eat too much fruit so I try to start my day with salad. I used to be diabetic. And then try to end my day with a salad. Then I have fruit in between as my snacks. That’s it. Pretty simple.

I almost never eat dried fruit. I don’t do any raisins, Gobi berries, dates, or any of that because of the diabetes and also I find it very dehydrating and more difficult to digest. I also go easy on the nuts. I try to eat a lot more olives and avocados for my main source of fat. And flax seed oil and olive oil.

I’m pre-superfoods. I’ve been raw vegan for 14 years. The word “superfood” I’d never heard of. They kind of came in as this big fad. This has been going on for a few years. In the long run the superfoods are great and it’s really about fresh, organic produce and sprouting your own mung beans and other sprouts and your own garden and foraging. That’s really the sustainable, long-term diet of the millennia.

Kevin: Right. It makes a lot of sense. Gail does ask, “What is your favorite superfood?” So I imagine that even though you’re pre-superfood I’m sure that you’ve eaten a few of them. What would be your favorite one?

Happy: I would say my favorite superfood is loving kindness. It just feeds me. When people are really loving and kind and funny. When people are really hilarious, it just giggles me forth and it gives me so much energy. I love affection. I love to hug people and be hugged. And just living in nature is the finest superfood. But on that level that I know what you’re talking about, I would say spirulina. I do use, because I travel a lot, Jameth Sheridan’s Healthforce Nutritionals. He has this VitaMineral Green which seems to be a really nice blend. Sometimes I just put a couple tablespoons in water. I’m not gourmet, please understand. That will just do it for me. I eat to live. I don’t live to eat. People are sometimes shocked that I’m not a gourmet chef. I leave that to other people. I love the gourmet food on very occasional occasions.

Superfoods, I eat dulse. Dulse is wonderful. Sometimes nori sheets. But I don’t really take anything out of a bottle personally. However, if those people are in transition or they feel that they’re even busier than I am and they prefer eating out of a bottle then more power to them. However for me and for my budget, because I have a non-profit salary, so for my budget and for my vitality I just love fresh greens and fresh fruits.

By: Kevin Gianni

Kevin Gianni the host of “Renegade Health Show” – a fun and informative daily health show that is changing the perception of health across the world. His is an internationally known health advocate, author, and film consultant. He has helped thousands and thousands of people in over 21 countries though online health tele-seminars about abundance, optimum health and longevity. He is also the creator and co-author of “The Busy Person’s Fitness Solution.”