Known for being high-performance foods, “superfoods” are characterized by their high concentration of vitamins and minerals. Because of this large amount of nutrients, such foods provide good nutrition without requiring large amounts of consumption. Understanding what they are and the benefits they bring to our bodies is the first step to a complete nutrition, helping the proper functioning of your entire body.

Yerba mate is a tree of the aquifoliaceous family, native to the subtropical region of South America. It is consumed as mate tea, chimarrão or ter...

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Tribulus terrestris is a plant from Ayurveda where the root and fruits are used for male virility and general vitality, respectively. The roots enh...

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Valerian is a plant with sweet-smelling white or pink flowers that bloom in the summer. In pharmacotherapy and herbal medicine, valerian is used as...

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Spirulina is a type of blue-green seaweed known as a very good plant based source of protein, iron and vitamin B12. It promotes a lot of different ...

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Sage is a small perennial plant, belonging to the mint family, Lamiaceae. It is native to the Mediterranean region and grown as an aromatic and med...

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Ginseng is a medicinal root used in Chinese medicine to help reduce stress and fatigue, improving quality of life and providing longevity. It has s...

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Peruvian Maca is a native root from Peru. It has a very high nutritional value and phytochemical content. It is usually turned into a dry powder, w...

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Limonene (or D-limonene) is an oil extracted from lemon peels and other citrus fruits. It is known to be anti-carcinogenic and liver protector. It ...

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Lavender is a multipurpose plant. It can be used as oil, tea, in aroma therapy and others. It is known to promote well-being for its calming proper...

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Lemon Balm is know to induce calmness and improve cognition. It is effective at reducing anxiety, and stress and also has memory enhancing properti...

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