Green Barley – Cultivated as world’s first sweet grass

Green Barley - Field in Thuringia

Superfood - Barley field - (22-05-2015)

Green Barley - Schleswig-Holstein, Germany - (06-06-2013)

Green Barley - North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

Field in hamlet Dernekamp - (27-05-2018)

Green Barley - Near Deensen, Natural park Solling-Vogler, Germany

Green Barley – Cultivated as the world’s first sweet grass

Green Barley – Evidence of the consumption of green barley sprouts can be found as early as 7,000 years ago. Cultivated as the world’s first sweet grass. Most often consumed in the form of a drink. Its effects are really wonderful. It is a rich source of vitamins (A, B1, B2, B3, B6, C, E, K) and minerals. Such as zinc, iron, calcium, but also magnesium, phosphorus and potassium. It also contains antioxidants and essential amino acids. Provides the body with valuable fiber.

It is one of the detoxifying foods that strengthens our immunity and fights infections. Due to the content of chlorophyll, vitamin B, iron and phycocyanin, it supports the growth of bone marrow and the production of white and red blood cells. Barley juice contains 4 times more calcium than milk, 22 times more iron than spinach, and as much protein as a good steak. In addition, barley restores the alkaline environment and removes acidification. Which is considered to be the main cause of civilization diseases and a weakened immune system.

Matcha green tea – The oldest Japanese tea

Matcha green tea - Superfood

Matcha green tea - leaf tea and powder

Green tea Matcha - (22-04-2007)

Japanese tea - latte

Japanese cup of matcha during the tea ceremony - Hamarikyu-garden, Tokyo, Japan

Matcha green tea – The oldest Japanese tea

Green tea Matcha – Considered to be healthy and detoxifying. Matcha is the oldest Japanese tea. It is also used in Buddhist ceremonies. However, this special powdered green tea has other effects. It contains an amino acid called L-theanine, which is the most in matcha tea of all dishes, 100 times more than in other green teas. Thanks to the theophylline content, it stimulates our body, increases alertness and improves concentration.

Very commonly used for weight loss as it helps burn fat. Moreover, without negative side effects such as increased heart rate and high blood pressure. It also affects the activity of our brain, improving memory and concentration. It also contains other nutrients like potassium, vitamins A and C, iron, protein, and calcium. L-theanine supports the production of dopamine and serotonin hormones that improve mood.

Cranberry – Mainly used in treatment of the urinary tract

Cranberry - Franklin Farm, section of Oak Hill, Fairfax County, Virginia

Dried fruits

Cranberry - Cooking

Cranberry cake - Rosja-Novosibirsk-Olivka Cafe

Cranberry juice in a plastic cup

Cranberry – Mainly used in treatment the urinary tract

Cranberry – The health benefits of eating cranberries are well known and the Indians already knew about them. Who used it to lower fever, treat digestive problems and swellings. Especially valued for its high content of vitamins C, K and E. They also contain many minerals such as manganese, magnesium, potassium, calcium and phosphorus. They also have a strong antioxidant effect.

Mainly used in treatment and prevention of urinary tract infections. This is because the substances in cranberries make it difficult for bacteria to settle on the surface of the mucous membranes. Thus preventing the infection from spreading further. They also have a very positive effect on our teeth, as they reduce tooth decay, gingivitis and periodontitis. They are also used to prevent certain types of cancer, improve the immune system, and lower blood pressure.

Unripe vegetables – Colors and composition secrets

Unripe vegetables - Peppers in four colors

Unripe vegetables – Colors and composition secrets

Unripe vegetables – The secret to growing green peppers is during harvesting. Well, it really is a red pepper, which has not yet matured, which is why its price in the store is the lowest. Peppers differ not only in color and taste, but also in the composition. The richest in vitamin C, E, folic acid, potassium and provitamin A is red pepper. Similarly with olives. Green ones are those that were collected before they turned black.

Beetroot – Healthiest and most universal vegetable

Red Beetroot - Superfood - before bolting

The healthiest and most universal vegetable

Beetroots - San Francisco, USA - (05-01-2014)

Beetroot from Pakistan - (17-01-2009)

Beetroot - (14-03-2014)

Variety of Beetroots - (08-07-2017)

Beetroot – The healthiest and most universal vegetable

Beetroot – The healthiest and most universal vegetable. A team of British researchers found that beetroot significantly lowers blood pressure in people with hypertension. It contains large amounts of inorganic nitrates. In the human body, they turn into nitric oxide (NO), which relaxes and dilates the vessels.

It is native to the Mediterranean basin and was eaten very often in ancient Babylon. The Romans are mainly responsible for its expansion around Europe. In the middle of the last millennium, it began to be cultivated practically throughout Europe, with the exception of the Nordic countries. It contains vitamins B and C, carotene, calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium, silicon, iron, folic acid or silica.

Some say that beetroot should be eaten to prevent cancer. They also serve as an aid in overcoming cancer and later recovering from recovery. All because of its ability to neutralize harmful substances in the body and promote their subsequent excretion. Especially from the brain and gut. It also improves heart function, lowers blood pressure, and helps in proper digestion and excretion.

Hot time ambulance service – Falls between 9 – 10 am

Hot time ambulance service - Ambulance

Hot time ambulance service – Falls between 9 – 10 am

Hot time ambulance service – Falls between 9 am and 10 am. This peak phase lasted from 6 to 12, which occurs 40% of fatal heart attacks. Responsible for this is a protein called Klf15, the system clock of the heart. In the morning it provides increased supply of potassium to the heart muscle, increasing blood pressure.