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Coffee Bean, Cabbage, Spirulina

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Coffee Bean

Cognitive Health: It is widely known that coffee helps to sharpen focus and increase attention by stimulating the brain with caffeine. While this can sometimes result in a mental crash if too much coffee is consumed, the regular process of drinking caffeinated coffee has been shown to protect a cognitive health and prevent mental degradation as we age. In fact, studies have shown that elderly people who consume coffee on a regular, moderate basis are 60% less likely to develop Alzheimer’s and dementia. Keeping those synapses firing with some caffeine isn’t a bad idea!

Cardiovascular Health: Although too much caffeine can put strain on your cardiovascular system, research has revealed that regular coffee drinkers can actually reduce their risk of having a stroke, and in females, coffee seems to decrease the risk of heart disease.

Diabetes Prevention: This is a relatively new benefit learned about coffee, but in recent years, studies have shown that people who regularly consume the drink have a 23-50% lower chance of developing diabetes. Other benefits are: Metabolic Health, Weight Loss Efforts, Maximize Fitness Goals, Liver Protection, Cancer Prevention, Depression and Mood.


Cabbage

Cabbage contains vitamins A, B6, B12, Folic Acid, Niacin, Riboflavin, Thiamin, C, E, and K. Cabbage also contains the minerals Calcium, copper, iron, manganese, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, zinc, and sodium.  Prevent cancer, specifically colon cancer. Large studies have found that populations who consume lots of cabbage have a low rate of colon cancer. There is a large amount of fiber in cabbage which makes this happen. Fiber is essential for healthy bowel movement. Chemicals in cabbage are also believed to speed up the body's metabolism of estrogen and therefore reduce breast, uterus and ovaries cancer. It is also often associated with a lower rate of lung, stomach and prostate cancer. Prevent cataracts. The high beta-carotene also cuts the risk of cataracts. Heal ulcers. Cabbage is an anti-inflammatory vegetable which makes it an excellent prevention of stomach ulcers. Studies have found cabbage juice to be more effective on this point than eating it. Lower serum cholesterol. This is a combination of the good and bad cholesterol in your body. When it's high, you are naturally at a higher risk of heart related illnesses. Doctors believe one of the health benefits of cabbage juice is its ability to lower serum cholesterol. Promote strength. The iodine in cabbage is necessary for proper muscle development. Eat enough cabbage and you might wind up with superhero strength Boost energy. As the vitamin B is utilized by your body, you will experience a strong boost of energy.

Spirulina

Contains Vitamin A, B1 (thiamine), B2 (riboflavin), B3 (niacin), B6 (pyridoxine), B12 (cobalamin), vitamin C, vitamin D, vitamin E, folate, vitamin K, biotin, pantothenic acid, beta carotene (source of vitamin A), inositol. Minerals included are potassium, calcium, zinc, magnesium, manganese, selenium, iron, and phosphorus. It has been scientifically proven that spirulina improves the entire digestive process, easing the passage of waste through the system. It is excellent at promoting heathy bacteria in the gut and can drastically boost the body’s ability to absorb nutrients from food. It has been tested in severely malnourished children in some parts of Africa, and they have shown remarkable improvement in health and weight gain. Users of spirulina have for years been extolling the virtues of the algae and its ability to strengthen the immune system. It actively promotes the regeneration of new blood cells in the body, meaning that wounds heal quicker and illnesses are recovered from more rapidly. It is a tonic to the system and gives a feeling of energy, vitality and well-being to those who take it regularly, and they don’t seem to fall victim to the more chronic symptoms of colds, flus and some diseases. The algae is one of the richest known sources of beta carotene, which is a potent antioxidant that may help in protecting against the onset of cancer and other diseases. It is also converted in the body to vitamin A, which is essential for healthy eyes. The most well-known source of beta carotene is probably the carrot, but spirulina contains up to 10 times the itamin A concentration of carrots. Spirulina is comprised of 60% vegetable protein, which is great news for vegetarians and vegans who sometimes need to take protein supplements in place of the meat they do not eat.