Superfoods: Nutrient-Dense Foods to Superfuel Your Body from Hyperink Original

Superfoods: Nutrient-Dense Foods to Superfuel Your Body from Hyperink Original
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Superfoods: Nutrient-Dense Foods to Superfuel Your Body from Hyperink Original

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ABOUT THE BOOK

If your body was a machine, wouldn't you want it to run on the best fuel available? Food is the body's fuel. By opting for a premium fuel source, you promote healing, rejuvenation, and growth. On the flipside, if you are a hot product. Superfoods have been recommended to promote heart health, prevent cancer, fight signs of aging, jump start weight loss, propel energy levels, and put an end to aches and pains. Readily available, for the most part, and most likely affordable - superfoods will turn your kitchen into a clinic. Prevention is the best medicine and superfoods are a super start to a super new you.

MEET THE AUTHOR

Meryl Joseph has a creative mind backed by intelligence. She earned her degree in Biomedical Sciences by attending college in India and USA. Topics she has studied include education, graphic design, fashion, home science, jewelry and painting. Meryl enjoys being around people. Her goal is simple - to equip her readers with knowledge. Through writing she finds peace, pleasure and the power to share thoughts.

EXCERPT FROM THE BOOK

Over intake of antioxidants is currently being researched. It is thought that antioxidants remove hydrogen peroxide and other natural vasodilators. This makes it more difficult for the blood cells to deliver oxygen to muscles. Recovery time takes longer and thus sore and stiff muscles are a result. The negative physiological effects of antioxidant consumption have yet to be supported. Consuming excess amounts of antioxidants does raise red flags, just as an excess of caffeinated coffee can wreak havoc on body tissues and cells. As reported by the University of Maryland Medical Center, Xanthophylls contain oxygen and most are found in green vegetables, such as broccoli, cabbage, and kale. They are also in yellow fruits and vegetables. Xanthophylls include lutein and zeaxanthin, which are both stored in the retina of the eye. Neither converts to vitamin A. Both are powerful antioxidants and may be very important for healthy eyes. Unlike carotenes, cooking may reduce the antioxidant activity of some xanthophylls in foods, although probably not to any significant degree...

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