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Nature of Superfoods The Best 2 Natural Superfoods


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Let your food be your medicine and your medicine be your food" Hippocrates 460 - 359 BC

"Vitality and beauty are gifts from nature for those who live according to its laws. " Leonardo DeVinci

In these topics, we would like to introduce you to the sensational superfoods. Eating these super foods regularly, in general can alleviating certain health conditions and prevent some others. It also helps to overcome the shortcomings of the gene pool.

Garlic is the natural super food healer for its natural antibiotic with antiviral, antifungal, anticoagulant and antiseptic properties. Garlic cooked is fine but it loses many of its health-giving powers. Raw garlic does most of its antibiotic and preventive medicines. Here are some of effective use of garlics for PROVEN DISEASE CURED.

*Garlic For blood fortifier. Raw garlic is said to do a super job of blood fortifying. It also helps REJUVENATE the body. Eat raw garlic and garlic supplements daily.


*Garlic For cholesterol: Eating 4 cloves of garlic a day can cut total cholesterol by 70%(Fresh or Supplement). The member of the allium family fights poor circulation. The sulfur compound in garlic keep your platelets from clumping together. It helps UNCLOG your Arteries but check with your Doctor if you are taking Blood thinning medications. Cook with both Garlic and onion to fight high blood pressure effectively. Try to take them everyday if you have high blood pressure and Cholesterol.

*Garlic to fight cold and FLU. The natural compound Allicin is released when garlic is crushed. Allicin works to fight cold, flu and other infections by breaking down into smaller chemicals called Sulfur compounds. They wake up your immune system, helping your body to get rid of toxins and
microorganisms naturally.

*Garlic for veins. Garlic helps to keep your blood from clumping or becoming too sticky, helping your blood move through your blood vessels and reduces the risk of blood clots. One clove a day should do the trick. You can also take garlic capsules.

CAUTION: Medication and Garlic could lead to uncontrolled bleeding and spell HEMORRHAGIC STROKES if it occurs in your brain. To avoid this, take caution against taking standardized garlic extract, and eating no more than one clove of garlic a day. There's more than just garlic that can help to improve your quality of life, health, . . . . and Longevity. We ask you to read the complete analysis of this at Super Foods Library.

You will have the chance to learn more of other Superfoods that we will discuss later on. Please use the information wisely. If you have any doubt of any of the side effects, please consult with your doctor before using it.



The second super food has been used for thousand of years by mankind, we will try to give you as much information as possible. Here are some ways that ginger has been used medicinally.

**Ginger for treating Migraine: Mix some powdered gingers into a glass of hot water and drink. Daily approach worked for long time migraine sufferer.

**Ginger for Nausea: For centuries, sailors have relied on ginger to keep them free of seasickness and prevent nausea when you go on board. Eat some Ginger 1/2 hour before boarding.

Before we go further, we would like to remind you of cautions of using Super food Ginger. While Ginger can help to strengthen anticoagulants such as heparin, warfarin and ticlopidine by helping your blood get less sticky but ginger raises the odd of bleeding.

**Ginger for eye disorders: Taking Ginger will increase blood circulation so that more nutrition can reach your eye.

**Ginger for heart disease: Ginger helps to lower cholesterol levels, elevated blood pressure and prevent blood clots in the arterial walls when taken with vitamin E. It also helps to stimulate and revitalize the heart muscle and strengthen the peripheral's circulation.

**Ginger for hypoglycemia: Ginger helps to Balance Blood Sugar. Please note that hypoglycemia people generally need to eat frequently, small meals to provide the body with steady supply of food that easily and slowly converts to glucose.

**Ginger for Motion Sickness: The key to ginger's effectiveness appears to stem from the oils it contain. Gingerols and shogaols. These oils calm the intestinal tract and slowly depresses the central nervous system.

** Ginger for arthiritis: Traditionally used as an Ayurvedic herb, it is capable of relieving pain caused by arthiritis joints.

** GINGER for Cancer: Ginger will alleviate nausea associated with chemotherapy. It can be taken as tea.

Above are only some of Ginger's uses to treat diseases. There are many more effectivenesses of ginger, such as carpal tunnel syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Cholesterol, Cold, Depression, digestive disorders, . . . . . . . . . . We urge you to read more information from the link below:


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