Nutritional yeast is also known as saccharomyces cerevisiae. It is a one celled plant.
- enhances immune system
- improves energy
- helps liver function
- decreases risk of chronic disease
Nutritional yest is rich in protein, B vitamins, selenium, and chromium.
Latin name: Gentiana lutea
- aids digestion for protein and fats
- stimulates the liver
Gentian root is a very bitter herb.
Latin name: Camellia sinensis
- helps cardiovascular disease
- protects against radiation
- helps digest fat and protein
All tea comes from the same plant, but white tea is non fermented, green tea is partially fermented, and the darker teas are fully fermented. Most of the research has been done on green tea that’s steeped for only 3-5 minutes.
Latin name: Taraxacum officinale
- strengthens the liver
- increase iron absorption
These are functions of the root, the leaf helps with protein and fat digestion.
Latin name: Capsicum frutescens
- helps stomach produce more hydrochloric acid or HCL to digest protein
Cayenne is rich in carotenes which help the adrenals and thymus gland.
Latin name: Ocimum basilicum
- aids digestion of protein and fat
- natural food preservative
Holy basil or tulsi has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for stress management.
Glutamine is a conditionally essential amino acid.
Some functions of glutamine are: helps produce energy and synthesizes protein.
Foods rich in glutamine include: meat, poultry, dairy products, and legumes.
Arginine is a conditionally essential amino acid.
Some functions of arginine are: metabolizes protein, helps produce human growth hormone, builds muscle.
Foods rich in arginine include: meats, dairy, nuts, and eggs.
Leucine is an essential amino acid.
Some functions of leucine are: muscle growth and repair, energy production, and synthesizes protein.
Foods rich in leucine include: meat, chicken, and dairy products.
Leucine is one of three branch chain amino acids that some utilize pre and post workout.
Zinc is found in small amounts in the body.
Some functions of zinc are: tissue growth and repair, metabolizes proteins, carbohydrates, and fats.
Food rich in zinc include: meat, shellfish, and legumes.