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Superfoods from Peru Orgaic Maca Powder 100g

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Superfoods from Peru Organic Maca Powder 100g

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Maca roots grow in the Andes mountains of Peru at high altitudes. Maca roots have been used by native Indians of Peru for thousands of years, for both medicinal and health benefits.  Maca roots contain significant amounts of amino acids, carbohydrates and minerals, including calcium, phosphorous, zinc, magnesium, iron as well as Vitamins B1, B2, B12, C & E. 


BENEFITS FOR THE CONSUMER
- Maca is used by athletes to strengthen endurance and energy levels
- Maca helps to balance hormones , studies reveal that maca can reverse hypothyroidism
- Maca has been used to increase fertility
- Maca alleviates uncomfortable symptoms caused by menstrual pains
- Maca helps to diminish depression


Superfoods From Peru Maca Powder is of the highest quality worldwide and is grown in Peru.


ORIGINS
The Maca plant grows in the high altitudes of the Andes of Peru. According to ancient Incan history , maca roots contain special properties know to enhance energy and stamina. Maca is often termed the Peruvian Ginseng, as it has natural stimulants which help in the reproductive systems and functioning. Ancient Peruvian ingested maca to improve libido.


INGREDIENTS
Maca (lepidium meyenii) powder


CHEMICAL COMPONENTS
Maca is rich in dietary minerals calcium and potassium (with low levels of sodium) and contains essential trace elements such as iron, iodine, copper, manganese, zinc and also includes fatty acids.
Maca contains between 13% to 16% of protein and are rich in essential amino acids.


HOW TO USE:
Add 1 tablespoon of maca instant powder to smoothies, protein shakes, juices, cereals, coffee, almond milk or just water.


REFERENCES:
1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lepidium_meyenii
2. http://www.herbwisdom.com/herb-maca.html
3. http://wellnessmama.com/8254/maca-herb-profile/
4. http://www.peruvian-maca.com/pages/maca-properties-and-chemical-composition.html