Nothing is more exasperating than unrealistic nutritional advice. Eating blueberries regularly in Nigeria is not really economically feasible. Almonds can be pricey. Have you seen the price of those imported nut-mixes? Yeah, highly disrespectful to a lot of wallets. This G-Wellness lineup of superfoods are affordable, accessible and very realistic. You’ll thank us once you reap the benefits and we’ll be so tempted to say, “I told you so.”
Seriously, does anyone know where to find guava anymore? This nostalgic fruit is the ultimate superfood. It regulates the thyroid metabolism, makes for an excellent source of Vitamin C, helps with weight loss and promotes healthy skin with it’s astringent qualities. With its high fibre content, kiss constipation and diarrhea goodbye. It also has Vitamin A, Vitamins B3 and Vitamin B6 to help blood circulation to the brain and eyesight. I bet you had no idea, did you?
Did you know that there are African mango dieting pills? Mangos contain loads of fibre. It lowers cholesterol, provides antioxidants, which fight free radicals which cause premature ageing, heart diseases, and degenerative diseases. Interestingly, mango is used to maintain sexual health. They are a good source of iron for pregnant women and absolutely increase immunity due to their high amount of Vitamin C.
These sweet fun-sized bits pack a punch! Full of nutrients and bursting with benefits. You’ll regret that you ever overlooked them. These benefits include relief from constipation, anaemia, diarrhea and could be useful in preventing abdominal cancers. Dates contain calcium, manganese, sulfur, iron, potassium, magnesium, and copper, making them good for muscle development and healthy blood circulation.
Nothing reminds you of simpler times like tigernuts. Rich in Vitamin C, A and E tigernuts are a great source of fibre and a really nutritious dairy replacement. A little birdie says that it may even cure erectile dysfunction, aids in digestion with its gut-friendly probiotics. That’s only the tip of the iceberg.
Skin food. Stomach food. When combined with any type of milk, it becomes a great cold medication. This bright yellow spice does more than just season your food and add color to curry, it is truly a superfood. Tired of dark armpits and waxing facial hair? Applying a simple turmeric paste will lighten those underarms and unwanted hair.
Need a little pick me up? A simple turmeric and ginger tea will help decongest your system and help those sinuses.