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Health foods worth mentioning - 05-11-2015, 09:46 PM

I enjoy a varied diet, love my food and also like to experiment. I take various things that can negatively effect my health so I try to counteract that when I can through my diet. I just wanted to briefly go over a few things many may find beneficial in adding to your diet. Most of these things I have never seen mentioned on here so figured I would. If anyone has used any or do in the future let me know how you find them. I will just copy and paste info to save time.

Organic Dried Inca Berries

•Organic Dried Inca / Incan Berries also known as Golden Berries
•Large Golden Berries, Sweet and Tart
•Rich in Dietary Fibre, Pectin, Vitamins and Minerals
•Contain the Two Essential Fatty Acids Linoleic and Oleic acid
•High In protein, Antioxidants (Flavonoids), Vitamin A, Iron and Low Sugar Content for a Fruit

Inca berries have more kilojoules than dried apricots or sultanas thanks to a combination of carbs in the fruit and healthy fats in the tiny seeds.
Like other dried fruit, about half their weight is carbohydrates with a lot of natural sugars. They’re around 50 per cent sugars on a par with dried apricots.
For a fruit, they are surprisingly high in protein (6.4g per 100g), however, they’re not as high as goji which has 12g. Meat as a comparison is 20% protein.
At 19 per cent, they have the highest fibre content of all dried fruit. A handful delivers about 8g which is 27 per cent of the recommended daily intake for an adult. Most of the other dried fruits contain about 8g, although dried figs come a close second with 14.3g fibre. It’s all due to those tiny seeds.
Their potassium level equals that of apricots but they come up tops for their phosphorous content. There’s not much calcium (dried figs outshine them here and actually contain about 10 times more calcium than Incaberries).


Organic Baobab Powder

•Organic Baobab Powder from the pure, raw fruit (pods) of the African baobab tree
•Suitable for Vegans and Dairy, Gluten, whey and soy Free
•Baobab is a great source of Antioxidants, Vitamin C, Potassium, Calcium, Iron, Magnesium and Dietary Fibre
•Baobab is claimed to boost Energy Levels, Help Hydration and Support the Immune and Nervous System

Typical Values per 100g

Energy 217 kcal
914 KJ
protein 3.6g
Fat
of which saturates 0.2g
0.1g
Carbohydrate
of which sugars 26.1g
14.0g
Fibre 49.2g
Sodium 1.85g

Vitamins and Minerals

Typical Values per 100g

Vitamin C 101mg
Calcium 256mg
Iron 5.7mg
Potassium 2100mg
Magnesium 147mg
Copper 0.55mg


Bee Pollen

•High in protein, Vitamin B (B1, B2 & B3), C and E, Iron, Zinc and Fibre, Gluten, Lactose, soy Free.

Energy 1730.2 kJ / 345 kCal
protein(g) 16.7, Fat (g) 7.5, Saturated Fatty Acids (g) 2.3, Carbohydrate (g) 55.9 of which Total Sugars (g) 41.5, Dietary Fibre (g) 10.9, Sodium (mg) 40.9, Calcium (mg) 772.5, Iron (mg) 51

Organic Moringa Powder

•Packed with Vitamins, Iron, Zinc, Calcium
•Very high in Fibre, Antioxidants, Chlorophyll
•Contains all 8 Essential Amino Acids
•Gluten Free, Lactose Free
•Suitable for Vegetarians, Vegans

Typical Values per 100g

Calories 205kcal
protein 28.1g
Total fat 5.9g
Total carbohydrate 38.5g
Dietary fibre 49.2g

Vitamins and Minerals

Typical Values per 100g

Vitamin A 1.55mg
Vitamin B1 0.49mg
Vitamin b12 0.75IUmg
Vitamin B2 1.43mg
Vitamin B6 1.58mg
Vitamin E 64.4mg
Calcium 1.5g
Iron 60mg
Magnesium 475mg
Zinc 2.4mg
Potassium 800mg

Chia Seeds

Chia seeds contain a wide range of vitamins, minerals and trace elements. These include Calcium - Iron - Magnesium - Phosphorus - Potassium - Iodine - Zink - Selenium - Manganese - Vitamins A - C - D - E - K - B1 - B2 - B6 - b12 - Niacin - Folate - Biotin - Quercetin - and more. It has been reported that orac value (antioxidant strength) for chia is higher than many berries and chocolate at a score of 10,250. Blueberries score is 8708 for comparison.

Chia seeds are also high in protein. However not all proteins are equal. Amino acids are the building blocks of protein. Of the amino acids found in proteins, some can be made by the body while others are essential in the diet. Chia contains all 8 essential amino acids along with the non essential acids.

Nutrition per 100g:

Energy 2194kJ/524kcal, protein (g) 21.2, Carbohydrates (g) 37.5, Of Which Total Dietary Fibre (g) 33.7, Soluble (g) 4, Insoluble (g) 29.7, Total Fat (g) 31.4, Of Which Saturates (g) 3.2, Mono-Unsaturates (g) 1.2, Polyunsaturates (g) 26.3, Of Which Omega-3 (ALA) (g) 20.4

Organic Camu Camu Powder

•Bursting with Vitamin C
•High in Fibre
•Gluten Free, Lactose Free
•Suitable for Vegetarians, Vegans

Camu Camu has more than 80 times the vitamin C of an orange (gram for gram).

Typical Values per 100g

Energy 314 kcal
1320 KJ
protein 5.6g
Fat
of which saturates
of which mono-unsaturates
poly-unsaturates 2.5g
0.4g
1.4g
0.7g
Carbohydrate 55.6g
Fibre 23.4g
Sodium 0.26mg

Vitamins and Minerals

Typical Values per 100g

Vitamin C 5800mg


Others worth a mention but more well know would be coconut sugar, coconut oil, red palm oil, argan oil, maqui berries, goji berries, cacao nibs, matcha tea and maca powder.
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I really enjoy MACA powder and chia seeds
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I really enjoy MACA powder and chia seeds
Yeah they are good stuff. I usually put chia seeds in my cooked porridge. I also put in sultanas, goji berries and banana pieces. Then after it is cooked the chia seeds and chocolate (or toffee) protein powder. This is one of my fav meals


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Incorporating diet with Coconut oil is also worth mentioning IMO. For those who wanna lose weight, it can make you feel fuller much sooner and also makes increases your body's energy expenditure. Just a small % of its total benefits..
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Incorporating diet with Coconut oil is also worth mentioning IMO. For those who wanna lose weight, it can make you feel fuller much sooner and also makes increases your body's energy expenditure. Just a small % of its total benefits..
Yeah coconut oil is my fav oil to cook with... especially with eggs or chicken


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Manuka honey is another great one worth mentioning. I haven't used it for years but plan to start some fairly soon. I would always get at least a 10 UMF.


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This is blatantly obvious and it probably provides the most health benefits out of everything. But it's worth a mention because even though obvious I do not have enough.... water. This really makes your body work more effectively and flushes out all the toxins and keeps us looking our best. I for one am not drinking enough water so gonna make an effort to have more. Gonna start squeezing a full lemon into 2 litres of water and drinking that throughout the day (on top of my usual intake).


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Lemon mixed in water intake? Sounds good. I may add VCO to my daily intake, I guess.
   
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Emu Oil

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Emu oil is an oil derived from adipose tissue harvested from certain subspecies of the emu, Dromaius novaehollandiae, a flightless bird indigenous to Australia.[1][2]

Unadulterated emu oil can vary widely in color and viscosity anywhere from an off-white creamy texture to a thin yellow liquid, depending on the diet of the emu and the refining method(s) used.[3] Industrially refined "emu grade" emu oil is composed of a minimum of 70% unsaturated fatty acids. The largest component is oleic acid, a monounsaturated omega-9 fatty acid. Emu oil also contains roughly 20% linoleic acid (an omega-6 fatty acid) and 1-2% linolenic acid (an omega-3 fatty acid).[4] Fully refined emu oil has a bland flavor.[4]

Anti-Inflammatory

Studies on the topical effects of emu oil show that it decreases inflammation, although not much data exist about its effects on intestinal lining, states an article in the "British Journal of Nutrition" in April 2010. The article describes a study that took place at the University of Adelaide in Australia, in an attempt to determine emu oil's effectiveness in reducing inflammation in cases of post-chemotherapy mucositis, or inflammation of the lining of the digestive tract. This condition may be a concern for you if you are undergoing chemotherapy. The researchers found that emu oil was able to reduce inflammation in the lining of the gut, as well as improved the structure of the mucosal membranes.

Arthritis

Emu oil's anti-inflammatory properties may extend to easing arthritis pain and inflammation. In a study published in 1997 in the journal "Inflammopharmacology," researchers in Australia found topical emu oil applications to reduce arthritis in rats. Although this study focused on the topical application, the internal effects, with exception to the reduced inflammation in the intestines, are unknown. However, Aborigines have used emu oil for thousands of years, applying it directly to the skin and ingesting the meat of the bird, claiming its ability to cure a variety of ailments, including arthritis pain.

Wound Healing

Emu oil is also of potential use in burns and other wounds, helping to reduce inflammation. Researchers from the Southern Medical University in China discovered that topical applications of emu oil could reduce inflammation in scald wounds. Published in the "Academic Journal of the First Medical College of PLA" in April of 2005, emu oil was found effective when applied on days one through three after the injury, as compared to the other treatments, which were saline and iodine. Again, although studies are promising, emu oil effects are not guaranteed. Talk to your doctor if you want to try emu oil, and find out which brands have the highest quality oil.


Blackcurrant Seed Oil

For a long time, blackcurrants (Ribes nigrum) were called “the forbidden fruit” in the United States. Farmers thought that the tart berries, native to Europe and Asia, helped spread a fungus that killed pine trees. Due to the ban, many Americans have missed out on these nutritious berries.

Blackcurrants have a high concentration of:
anthocyanins
polyphenolic substances
antioxidants
vitamin C
gamma-linolenic acid (GLA)

People take blackcurrant to help their:
blood flow
immune system
eye health
gut health
kidney health

Blackcurrant extracts are shown to reduce risk factors for metabolic conditions such as type 1 and 2 diabetes.

Blackcurrants contain many vitamins, such as:
A
B-5
B-6
B-1
E

The most significant is vitamin C. In fact, blackcurrants carry four times the amount of vitamin C as oranges, and double the amount of antioxidants as blueberries. The benefits of vitamin C are many. The body uses vitamin C to metabolize protein and form collagen, which is essential for skin care and anti-aging.

Blackcurrant seed oil contains gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), a type of omega-6 fatty acid that’s been said to help ease inflammation in the body. The high GLA and anthocyanin content can help reduce joint or muscle:
pain
stiffness
soreness
damage

In some studies, GLA supplements were so effective that participants with rheumatoid arthritis could reduce their usual pain medications.

Grape-based drinks like wine and juice are known to help decrease plaque buildup, but blackcurrant juice, as well as pomegranate juice, is far more potent. Blackcurrant is high in potassium and GLA, which can help lower your blood pressure too. The GLA also helps cells in your heart resist damage and slows down platelet clumping in your blood vessels.

In addition, one study found that blackcurrant powder increased heart blood flow and decreased overall peripheral resistance. This suggests that blackcurrant may help you recover after exercise.


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Manuka honey is another great one worth mentioning. I haven't used it for years but plan to start some fairly soon. I would always get at least a 10 UMF.
Manuka honey is very useful especially when it's cold. I get the 25 strength and take in 2 teaspoons per day.


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Yeah coconut oil is my fav oil to cook with... especially with eggs or chicken
Do does the coconut oil burn easy?
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Do does the coconut oil burn easy?
We find olive oil burns at a lower temp the most
Not elvie but coconut oil has a much higher smoking point so it won't burn easy like olive oil. I would never use olive oil to cook for that reason.
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More obvious ones but got to add these to the list...

Avocado and Avocado Oil
Macadamia Nuts and Oil
Kefir
Kale
Blackberries
Pomegranate
Seaweed
Ginger Root
Saffron
Turmeric (Curcumin)
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Excellent thread! I love learning new things about improving and enhancing my general health through nutrition.
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Excellent thread! I love learning new things about improving and enhancing my general health through nutrition.
I feel the same and there are some foods I have never heard of in this thread so I have some research to do!


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