Ingredients – Healthy Woman -2

30 vital ingredients

Know what you’re putting in your body. It’s the only place you have to live in.

Chaste Berry

Improves Menstrual Health

This is a herb that has long been used in traditional medicine, most particularly for a woman’s health and menstrual issues. It helps alleviate “boob pain” in particular and is effective in helping to reduce symptoms of PMS and PMDD. Mood Swings during Periods? Chaste Berry to the rescue!

Lemon Balm

Soothes Period Cramps

Did you know that it was found that lemon balm was effective at reducing the intensity of PMS cramps among a group of 100 participants? A separate study conducted in 2013 researched the anti-stress effects of lemon balm; those participants who were given lemon balm reported improvements in mood swings and mental stress.

Female ginseng

Purifies blood

A time renowned herb for eliminating period pains. Can also be called ‘antispasmodic’. Its a natural blood purifier and contains ferulic acid which balances estrogen levels. It leads to lesser cramps and ensures that the stomach cramps remain in check especially during ‘that time of the month’.

Orange

Source of Vitamin C

Oranges are an excellent source of vitamin C. They were first cultivated in China in 2500 BC.Adequate intake of vitamin C can lead to reduced risk of cancer, leads to Healthy immune system, Prevents skin damage, Keeps blood pressure under check, Controls blood sugar level & Safeguards against constipation.

Blueberry

An excellent antioxidant

Blueberry is also considered as a ‘superfood’ by renown doctors & nutritionists. Including blueberries in the diet can lead to better heart health because of its properties. Low in calories and high in nutrients, these are known for their direct property to help increase antioxidant levels in the body

Carrot

Source of Vitamin A

Carrots are rich in vitamin A, which is essential for good eyesight as a byproduct of the conversion of The beta carotene and alpha-carotene. In fact, carrots are known to guard us against certain types of cancers like prostate, colon, breast cancers & stomach cancers

Plum

Source of Fiber & Vitamin C

Plums are chock full of fiber. They contain various vitamins and minerals are a rich source of antioxidants too. Rich in Vitamin C, adequate quantities of plum keeps Weight in Check, Helps Fight Anaemia,  Helps With Constipation and is extremely good for the Brain

Pomegranate

Source of Glutamine

Pomegranates are indeed one of the most vital fruits on earth and have extremely high levels of vitamins and minerals stored in them and have extremely high anti-inflammatory benefits. This means it can help treat heart disease, cancer, type 2 diabetes and even obesity.

Strawberry

Rich in Vitamin & Minerals

The red tiny mini hearts called ‘strawberries’ are power packed with vitamins, minerals & fiber. These protect your heart, increase HDL (good) cholesterol, lower your blood pressure and guards against cancer. strawberries are a sodium-free, fat-free, cholesterol-free, low-calorie food with high potassium & magnesium content

Pear

Source of Vit. A, Folate & Niacin

One of the Highly nutritious and provides folate, provitamin A, and niacin to the body. A rich source of important minerals, such as copper and potassium, pears are extremely beneficial for better immunity, nerve functioning and metabolism

Apple

Rich in Various Vitamins

An apple a day keeps the ‘doctor’ away! An extremely beneficial fruit with exceptionally healthy benefits, apples are known to be rich in manganese, copper, and the vitamins A, E, B1, B2, and B6. Apples are a rich source of fiber and vitamin C & also contains polyphenols

Pineapple

Rich in vitamins and antioxidants

Prickly on the outside and soft on the inside, Pineapple is a tropical fruit rich in vitamins, enzymes and antioxidants. They can help boost the immune system,Strengthen the bones, Treats colds and cough and helps to prevent cancer . Despite being loaded with ‘sweet’, pineapple is a low calorie fruit. 

Pumpkin

Source of vit C, E, folate

Rich in beta carotene, Pumpkins are a great source of vitamin C, vitamin E, iron, and folate all of which together strengthens the immune system. High quantities of pumpkin in the diet can help your immune cells work better to ward off germs and speed healing 

Cherry

Loaded with antioxidants

Apart from being extremely delicious, cherries are known for their incredible beneficial properties. From a nutritional standpoint, cherries are loaded with antioxidants and anti inflammatory compounds known to boost your heart health, help you sleep better & support your gut health

Cauliflower

Boosts Metabolism

One of the most ‘healthy vegetables’ in the world, cauliflower is a significant vegetable which is power packed with nutrients. It is a unique plant compound that reduces the risk of several diseases, including heart disease and cancer. Additionally, cauliflower is loaded with nutrients that boosts the weight loss process

Grape

Source of fiber, potassium & vitamins

Delicious in every bite, grapes are loaded with nutrients which may help protect against cancer, eye problems, cardiovascular disease, and other health conditions. A good source of fiber, potassium & vitamins, including grapes in diet can help prevent heart disease, diabetes, cancer, and obesity

Banana

Rich in dietary fiber & vitamins

The traditional use of this herb has been to support and strengthen the female reproductive system. It also makes sure that there is optimum blood flow, maintained ovarian health along with proper digestion and regular periods. Indeed a magical herb for over-all periods woes.

Cabbage

Powerhouse of vitamins

A powerhouse of vitamins and minerals, cabbage is extremely rich in  Vitamin A, B1, B2, B6, E, C, K, calcium, iron ,iodine, potassium, sulphur, phosphorus and folate. No matter how much your skin is damaged or how many bad hair days you are facing, cabbage will surely be your go to veggie

Tomato

Rich in several minerals

Low in calories, yet full of nutrients, tomatoes are rich in several vitamins, minerals & phytonutrients. According to a study, the vitamins act as antioxidants & stops the condition of oxidative stress. Overall tomatoes reduce the risk of heart disease, lowers the risk of metabolic syndrome & reduces excessive platelet clumping

Brussels Sprout

Improves Bone Health

Gone are the days when we would flush this veggies drown the drain because now we know that this vegetable is extremely beneficial in Lowering the Risk of Chronic Disease, Improving Bone Health, Reduce Inflammation, Fights Cancer, Lowers Blood Pressure & keep the brain sharp

Asparagus

Rich in Vitamin, fiber

Asparagus is one of the most nutritionally well-balanced vegetables which is high in folic acid and is a good source of potassium, fiber, thiamin, and vitamins A, B6, and C. According to a research it contains an active compound that dilates blood vessels, thus lowering blood pressure.

Cucumber

Contains Antioxidants

Cucumbers is one such veggie which is low in calories but is high in water and several important vitamins and minerals. Eating cucumbers with the peel provides the maximum amount of nutrients.  It Contains Antioxidants, Promotes Hydration, Aid in Weight Loss & Lowers Blood Sugar

Pea

Loaded with vitamins

Did you know that this winter time favourite veggie is loaded with vitamins A, B-1, B-6, C, and a supersized serving of osteoporosis-fighting K. An important insight is that peas are high in fiber and low in fat and contain no cholesterol. In fact they’re a good source of vegetable protein

Broccoli

High in Fiber, protien

Broccoli is indeed a good carb & is high in fiber, which aids in digestion, prevents constipation, maintains low blood sugar, and puts an end to overeating. Along with all of these benefits, broccoli is also great for weight loss because it is rich in fiber

Spinach

Consist of iron & minerals

Did you know that including spinach in every day diet may benefit eye health, reduce oxidative stress, and reduce blood pressure level.  It must be noted that most of the carbs in spinach consist of fiber, which is incredibly healthy

Acai

Rich in minerals & vitamins

Did you know acai berries to address various health conditions. Apart from that, did you know some cosmetics and beauty products include acai oil because of its antioxidants? It is considered as a renown ‘Superfood’ which can collaboratively help aid weight loss, Increase sex drive & boost energy

Beetroot

Source of folate, magnesium

According to a research, beets are known to be very low in cholesterol and saturated fat & are a very good source of dietary fiber, folate, potassium and manganese, Vitamin C, iron and magnesium. They regulate blood pressure, boost physical stamina, strengthens the mind & keeps you energetic

Raspberry

Detoxifies body

One of the most important fruits, raspberries are known for their antioxidant and vitamin rich properties. Did you know that raspberries contain plant chemicals called flavonoids, which have antioxidant effects which helps the body to eliminate toxic substances. vitamins C and E are known to protect a person’s ability to think and raspberries contain these antioxidant vitamins

Moringa

Rich in Vitamins, Magnesium, etc.

Did you know that Moringa is an Indian tree that has been used in traditional medicine for thousands of years? Moringa is very rich in healthy antioxidants and bioactive plant compounds and has cancer opposing free-radicals. May Lower Blood Sugar Levels, Reduces Inflammation & Lowers Cholesterol

Apple cider Vineger

Popular Morning Drink worldwide

The benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar has been known for years. It has been used in cooking and natural medicine for thousands of years and has been known for various benefits including weight loss, improved blood sugar levels, relief from indigestion and a decreased risk of heart disease and cancer