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|Energy||292kJ (70cal)||1329kJ (319cal)|
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Goji berries are one of our favourite superfoods. They've been used for over 5000 years in Chinese medicine to boost what the Chinese call life-force or "chi" energy. I've actually...
Pronounced loo-koo-ma, this exotic Peruvian fruit looks a little like a nashi pear crossed with a mango. It has a delicious creamy citrus flavour with a hint of maple and a dash of sweet potato (NZ kumara). It's sometimes called the "eggfruit" in English, due to the texture of the fruit's flesh, which is quite dry like a hard-boiled egg yolk. Our lucuma powder is made by drying the fruit at low temperatures to retain all their vital nutrients, then milling them into a superfine powder.
Lucuma is known by the local people of Peru as the "Gold of the Incas", and has been cherished for centuries, both as a staple food source, and a religious offering associated with fertility. Today, the fruit still plays a big part in contemporary Peruvian celebrations, and is the most popular flavour of ice cream in the country! The fruit is so well loved by the locals, there are even 26 villages named after it.
Maca contains high amounts of vitamins, minerals, and enzymes, all the essential amino acids to make a complete protein (maca has a whopping 14% protein content), and nearly 60 phytochemicals. The extraordinary health benefits of Maca are due to the way it promotes optimal functioning of the hypothalamus and pituitary master glands. Maca contains unique alkaloids that stimulate the master glands, which in turn improves the overall functioning of the endocrine system.
Now also available in 1kg size.
The Mapuche Indians have used Maqui Berry leaves, stems, fruits and wine medicinally for thousands of years. According to the Conquistadors, the Mapuche warriors ate very little solid food but drank a fermented beverage made from Maqui Berries several times a day, which may have contributed to the extraordinary strength and stamina that the warriors exhibited. Maqui Berries have also traditionally been used by the Mapuche Indians for sore throat, diarrhea, ulcers, haemorrhoids, birth-delivery, fever, tumors and other ailments.
*ORAC scores (Oxygen radical absorbance capacity) are a way to measure the antioxidant content of a food or plant.
"My favourite corn flour when creating a gluten free baking mix, such as in these Beetroot & Blueberry Muffins. When combined with other flours such as buckwheat and oat, corn flour helps to bind the flours together in place of gluten. Purple cornflour also is much higher in nutrients than regular processed corn flour - and it has an amazing colour as well!"
- Buffy Ellen, founder of begoodorganics.com (Auckland, New Zealand)
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