Matcha Tea

Matcha Tea

Those looking to impress co-workers or a spouse might whip out a matcha bowl and whisk to prepare a cup of matcha in place of a banal cup of coffe...

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Maca

Maca

Sacred to the Incas, maca is a root vegetable from the Peruvian Andes that has been cultivated as a food and used as a medicine in South America f...

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Lemon Balm

Lemon Balm

Don’t let the name of lemon balm fool you. Melissa officinalis, as it’s technically known, is not related to lemons but is instead a perennial her...

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Grape Skin

Grape Skin

You know those people who gleefully tout the health benefits of red wine? They’re onto something. Red wine is an excellent a source of antioxidant...

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Cacao

Cacao

When the health world started reporting that chocolate might actually be good for us, lovers of the sweet stuff rejoiced. However not all chocolat...

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Beets

Beets

Conventional wisdom suggests that pumping iron is good for your muscles, and as it turns out, beets might be a great workout companion. This is be...

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Cloves

Cloves

You might begrudge chomping down on a hard clove during dinner, but the aromatic flower buds are useful for more than just adding a distinctive fl...

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Amla

Amla

Amla, also known as Indian gooseberry, is extremely high in antioxidants. In fact, it has the highest antioxidant levels of any so-called superfoo...

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Goji Berries

Goji Berries

Goji berries are one of the so-called superfruits that have attracted much attention in recent years. One of the most nutritionally dense fruits i...

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