Superfoods and Greens

Superfoods are whole foods that are rich and dense in nutrients and vitamins.  Adding them to your diet supplies a great deal of nutrition to your diet and help fill in the gaps if your diet is less than perfect.

Hemp Seeds and Protein

Hemp is NOT marijana and marijana is NOT Hemp...they are different plants!

Hemp is the highest vegan source of Edestin, a simple protein that is responsible for the natural and acquired immune system.

Hemp contains live enzymes that help you digest your food, increase your energy, boost your immunity and help your body function at its best.

Hemp is high in the natural antioxidants Vitamin E, Vitamin C and chlorophyll.

Hemp is a great source of a complete and cholesterol-free vegetarian protein.

Hemp has a perfect 3:1 balance of Omega 6 to Omega 3 Essential Fatty Acids for optimum health.

Hemp is free of gluten and does not contain enzyme inhibitor found in soy and other legumes and grains which prevent protein and mineral absorption and typically cause gas, bloating and other digestion problems.  There are no known allergies to hemp.


Salba Seeds (aka. Chia Seeds)

The salba seed is the richest whole food source of fiber and omega 3 fatty acids found in nature.

It is flavorless and odorless

It is the only ancient grain for which there are acute and long term human nutritional

It is one of the most nutritional packed foods in the world and has been labeled " the super grain."

Because it is so nutritous it makes a great survival food

It helps aid digestion - The best rememdy for most ailments like constipation, diarhea, gas, bloating, intestinal cramping, etc.

It swells in the stomach helping you feel full longer to control cravings and aid weightloss

It helps reduce blood pressure

Because salba seeds slow down how fast our bodies convert carbohydrates into simple sugars, studies indicate they can control blood sugar. This leads scientists to believe chia seeds may have great benefits for diabetics.

They are easier to digest than flax seeds, and don't need to be ground up and they do not have a woody/nutty flavor like flaxseed so they can easily be mixed into most foods without altering flavoring.

Great for baking!  Can be ground up (with coffee grinder) and easily mixed into any recipe without adding any off flavor!  Replace some of the fat in baked goods since it makes foods more moist and delicious, because it aborbs 12 times its weight in water and its an ideal thickener for soup and gravies since it absorbs so much water. (while adding valuable fiber!)

Chia also offers a disease-fighting arsenal of antioxidants, including chlorogenic acid, caffeic acid, myricetin, quercetin and flavonols

Superior protein quality than wheat, corn, rice, oats, barley, amaranth and soy.  It is a vegatarian source of complete protein.

It contains
*6x the calcium of milk
*3x the antioxidant strength of blueberries
*2x the potassium of bananas
*3x more iron that spinach
*8x the omega 3 fatty acids of salmon
*2.5x the vegetable protein of kidney beans
*15x the magnesium
of broccoli
*1.1x the fiber of bran
*a good source of folate

In a six-month study of type 2 diabetes patients, the researchers found impressive health effects from eating Salba daily. In patients who already were on diets or medication to control their disease, Salba lowered systolic blood pressure by 10 and diastolic by five mm mercury. It also reduced c-reactive protein (CRP) levels by 32 percent and lowered fibrinolytic (blood thickening) factors, which can trigger cardiovascular disease   "These were huge discoveries rarely seen in medical literature, even with the most powerful and combined pharmacological therapies," Dr. Vuksan explains. "Ten over five is a major blood pressure reduction; there aren't many studies showing this effect."

He Continues, "We measured the body inflammation, the so-called c-reactive protein, which has been discovered as a major risk factor for heart disease, even more important than cholesterol, according to studies from Harvard. This was one of the rarest studies in the world, showing that CRP dropped about 32 percent in type 2 diabetics who were heavily medicated and well controlled," he continues. "The only other major studies showing a reduction in CRP have been done with statin drugs."

More research may be done to look into a phenomenon reported by some study participants who had been lactose intolerant, but who when taking Salba found they could again drink milk without side effects.

The scientists stated that Salba "could be considered the world's most nutritious food crop..."

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Greens are of course rich in Chlorophyll, which is a great body detoxifier and helps build and oxygenate the blood.  There are many forms of Green Superfoods so here is a quick overview of a few.


Spirulina is a powerhouse of nutrition.  It is a blue-green algae plant that contains 60% protein. 

It also contains a good dose of many nutrients including.

vitamin A,
Vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, B6 and B12 
vitamin C
vitamin D
vitamin E
vitamin K
beta carotene (precursor of vitamin A)

And the minerals,  calcium, manganese, iron, chromium, phosphorus, molybdenum, iodine, chloride, magnesium, sodium, zinc, potassium, selenium, germanium, copper, and boron.

And other health giving nutrients including myxoxanthophyll, zeaxanthin, cryptoxanthin, echinenone and other xanthophylls.
GLA fatty acid, glycolipids, sulfolipids, polysaccharides, phycocyanin, chlorophyll, carotenoids.

Spirulina helps accelerate the elimination of dioxins more effectively than any other whole food supplement. Dioxins have been linked to an increased risk of cancer, birth defects, infertility, neurological disorders and other diseases and are unfortunatly pervasive in our current environment due to industrial byproducts.

Spirulina has been shown to enhance immune function in human and animal studies. It has been shown to increase production of anti-inflammatory chemicals known as interferons and interleukins. As a result of these studies, some researchers believe that spirulina may help decrease or prevent some allergic responses.

Spirulina may help fight cancer by promoting the release of tumor necrosis factor alpha, which helps eliminate tumor cells.  And spirulina may also, according to some studies, have some anti-viral activity by preventing the viruses from even entering the host cells in the body.