Tuesday, November 29, 2016

10 Amazing Benefits of Wheatgrass

Wheatgrass juice is the primary ingredient in our premier Springreen #30 supplement. Cornerstone supplement of the Springreen brand created by V.E. Irons in the late 1950's.

Here's 10 amazing reasons why Wheatgrass should be part of your diet: 

1. Lose Weight

Wheatgrass contains selenium, which is nutritionally essential for humans.

According to a 2012 study in Modern Nutrition in Health and Disease, selenium plays a critical role in reproduction, thyroid hormone metabolism, DNA synthesis, and protection from oxidative damage and infection.

The thyroid plays a key role in your body's ability to regulate its weight, so because of the relationship that selenium plays in normal thyroid function, ensure that your is healthy by supplementing your diet with the recommended daily amount of wheatgrass!

2. Detox Your Cells

Wheatgrass is highly alkaline and high in nutrients, making it the perfect aid in the natural detoxification process that happens during cell regeneration and renewal. Nutritionists agree that an alkaline diet, inadvertently allows us to end up eating healthier.

Doctor E.V. McCollum, professor at Johns Hopkins, once stated:
"Eat nothing unless it will spoil or rot - but eat it before it does."
Therefore, a diet rich in fruits, vegetables, legumes and wehatgrass are a great way to boost your cell function and naturally aid in the detoxification process of your body.

3. Boost Your Immunity

Wheatgrass has been shown to be an amazing immune booster with the ability to increase red blood cell production according to a study done in 2004.

In the Journal of Indian Pediatrics, wheatgrass proved to be such a powerful aid, that it reduced the need for blood transfusions among transfusion dependent patients with beta thalassemia, or a blood disorder that reduces the production of hemoglobin.

4. Stimulate Circulation

Stimulate your circulation by taking wheatgrass and increase the amount of oxygen in the blood.

A 2008 study in the Internet Journal of Alternative Medicine showed that wheatgrass increases oxygen levels when taken directly before exercise.
The data and statistics verify that wheatgrass increased blood oxygenation during exercise.

5. Improve Digestion

Wheatgrass contains Vitamin C and B-complex vitamins, which aid in the digestive process, while vitamins B6 and B12 assist with protein and fat metabolism. These vitamins are essential fro the function of close to 100 different enzymes involved in digestion.

Next time instead of reaching for an antacid to relieve heartburn or indigestion, try introducing wheatgrass into your diet!

6. Reduce Fatigue

A weakened immune system can leave you feeling tired, stressed and fatigued - especially around the holidays. Boosting the adrenal system is essential for sufferers of chronic fatigue.

Wheatgrass is loaded with chlorophyll which not only helps to increase the oxygen supply in your body's cells and tissues, but it boosts the immune system as well. This not only heals the body but also reduces symptoms of fatigue by naturally regenerating the adrenal glands.

7. Cleanse the Liver

Wheatgrass is well known for its positive effects on the liver. with its high chlorophyll content, this makes it especially beneficial when it comes to detoxifying the liver and reducing the absorption of several harmful carcinogens, as its strengthen cells and neutralizes pollutants present in the blood.

8. Menstrual Pain

Painful menstrual cycles can be attributed to vitamin and mineral deficiencies, particularly of magnesium and niacin, according to a 1981 study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 

Wheatgrass' abundance of vitamins helps to supplement your diet, helping you to make it through that time of the month with less pain.

9. The Common Cold

Make sure your body is getting all the vitamins it needs and avoid getting sick this cold and flu season by introducing wheatgrass to your supplement regiment.

10. Bowel Inflammation

Wheatgrass has anti-inflammatory qualities, and has also been proven to fight inflammation

in the bowel linked to several diseases including Crohn's and IBS.

In fact in a 2002 study done in a randomized double-blind placebo controlled trial, showed that wheatgrass juice appeared safe and effective as a single or adjuvant treatment of active distal Ulcerative Colitis.

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