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maca root benefits

You may not have heard of these mini-fountains of youth from around the world. I hadn’t until recently. But their benefits are potentially exciting enough that I’m eager to share them with anyone interested in looking and feeling younger.

Themaca root powderthat comes from Peru is another widely used libido herb that has shown great results. Once again, maca can be found in many herbal supplements that are produced to enhance libido. The thing about maca, though, is that this herb must be taken in very large quantities in order to work. It may work best when combined with other libido herbs.

Eat food that is natural, not processed. You want to avoid gestational diabetes and consuming sugar (i.e starbucks, cookies, white breads, or processed foods) only aggravate your blood sugar while pregnant. Being healthy pre-pregnancy will make for a less complicated pregnancy in general.

Don’t worry if the idea of eating seaweed grosses you out. Your health food store will have different seaweed granules that you can use as a salt substitute and you’ll never know the difference.

Maca is a Peruvianmaca root powderthat is used to increase strength and vitality. It has more mineral content than potatoes and carrots–containing iron, magnesium, calcium, potassium, and iodine.

Start with a leafy green vegetable. You want to stay away from the bitter onesmaca root powdersuch as mustard greens and arugula. I use approximately two cups of greens, but you can begin with less until you get used to it a little.

Alum Root is very useful as a mouth rinse for sores of the mouth and gums. To make a mouth rinse from Alum Root, put one ounce of chopped root in a pint jar. Fill to the top with boiling water, cover and let sit for eight hours. Strain the root from the liquid and you’re ready to use the infusion/mouth wash. Rinse the mouth several times per day until symptoms subside.

It is important to understand that your body needs ALA, EPA, and DHA. These are the main omega 3s that your body can not produce on its own. So, you must get them from foods. ALA is very easy to get and is present in just about any food. EPA and DHA is hard to get. This is because the main source is from fatty fish. If you are able to consume quality, truly wild fish on a regular basis, then a fish oil supplement is probably not needed. But, most of us, including me, would benefit greatly from supplementing with fish oil. I currently take between 1.5 to 3 grams a day.