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Wildcraft sea moss cream Benefits

  • A good moisturizer and skincare product designed to completely address skin issues and nourish and repair all kinds of skin challenges.
  • Helps with skin blemishes, evens out skin tone. Address dry and itchy skin. Gives skin a radiant and glowing look.
  • Due to its high sulfur content, sea moss cream has antibacterial, antiviral, and antimicrobial functions, and it, therefore, helps with balancing the skin Microbiome.
  • In addition to sulfur, it’s also rich in magnesium, calcium, potassium, vitamin A and vitamin K— all ingredients that help hydrate the skin and protect from environmental elements.
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    Sea Moss For Babies

  • Sea moss is dense in vital minerals and nutrients that a baby requires to develop. It’s safe even for infants.
  • It also helps in connecting tissue, hair growth, because of its high concentration of collagen. bones, teeth because of its high calcium content.
  • Sea moss has over 92 minerals in it. You can mix sea moss with fruits, dates, and hemp seeds to make baby food.
  • Sea moss, an alga that has been scientifically proven to promote cellular growth, healthy weight, helps build lean muscle, raise up energy and metabolism plus boosting the immune system can change your child’s entire lifestyle forever.
  • One serving of sea moss provides most of the vitamins and nutrients your body needs in a day to be its healthiest.
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    Iron Health Benefits

  • Iron is one of the minerals most vital to human health. While all human cells contain iron, it is mostly found in red blood cells. The health benefits of managing iron levels include eliminating fatigue and many of its sources.

  • Iron also plays a vital role in immune system function, treating anemia, boosting hemoglobin, reduces fatigue, improves muscle endurance, boosts immunity, improves concentration, reduces bruising, restores Sleep, and much more.

  • Iron overdoses are rare. Most of the time, if there is more iron in the body than necessary; the body will save it for future use. Most people get all the iron they need from their diets, but certain illnesses may make it necessary to use iron supplements.

  • Health Benefits;

    1. Treats Anemia; Iron is helpful for treating anemia, one of the most common nutritional deficiencies in the world. Anemia results when hemoglobin is below normal ranges. Symptoms of anemia include fatigue, dizziness, shortness of breath, fast heart rate, and an overall feeling of sickness and weakness.

    2. Boosts Hemoglobin; The chief function of iron is to form hemoglobin, a red blood cell protein whose main purpose is to transport oxygen in the blood. Additional hemoglobin is important, because humans lose blood in many ways, especially from injuries. Women lose blood every month during their menstrual cycles, which is one of the reasons women may be more likely to suffer from anemia.

    3. Reduces Fatigue; Iron may help manage unexplained fatigue, which can affect both men and women. Even in someone who isn’t anemic, low iron can still reduce energy levels. This is especially common in women during their reproductive years. Fatigue from iron deficiency involves more than just a normal level of sleepiness. It causes tiredness that interferes with a person’s daily routine, and activities may feel exhausting and less enjoyable. People with low iron experience fatigue lasting several weeks or longer. Iron-rich foods and supplements can help raise iron levels and eliminate feelings of tiredness and exhaustion. Cooking on cast iron can also add to increased dietary intake.

    4. Improves Muscle Endurance; Muscle metabolism and low iron are linked. Adequate levels of iron help provide the necessary oxygen for muscle contraction and endurance. (Muscle weakness is one of the most common signs of anemia.) Low iron also makes muscles fatigue easier. A lack of iron will leave muscle tissues inflamed, causing pain. Iron-rich hemoglobin helps to reduce pain because it repairs affected tissues.

    5. Boosts Immunity; Iron plays an important role in strengthening the immune system. It promotes hemoglobin, which provides oxygen to damaged cells, tissues, and organs and is necessary for the body’s ability to fight diseases and infections. Therefore, low iron status can impair immune function and the healing process.

    6. Improves Concentration; Research shows that cognitive levels drop with iron deficiency. When iron levels in the blood drop, concentration and attentiveness are affected almost immediately. Getting iron levels restored to a normal range can improve concentration and boost cognitive performance.

    7. Reduces Bruising; People who bruise easily may be suffering from low iron or an actual iron deficiency. This is because hemoglobin affects the production and function of platelets, which control blood clotting. Frequent bruising is an indication that internal clotting isn’t working as it should. If low iron is the cause of easy and frequent bruising, then iron supplementation can help.

    8. Restores Sleep; Research published in 2019 shows a connection between low iron stores and sleep issues, including restless sleep, sleep apnea, and insomnia. Research from 2020 found restless sleep in autistic children can be improved with iron therapy.
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    The Great Proteins Myth

  • Protein has been explained as the building block of life and a necessity in our diets. What are proteins?
  • Proteins are large, complex molecules that play many critical roles in the body.
  • Proteins are made up of hundreds or thousands of smaller units called amino acids, which are attached to one another in long chains. There are 20 different types of amino acids that can be combined to make a protein.
  • Protein is found throughout the body—in muscle, bone, skin, hair, and virtually every other body part or tissue. It makes up the enzymes that power many chemical reactions and the hemoglobin that carries oxygen in your blood. At least 10,000 different proteins make you what you are and keep you that way.
  • Because we don’t store amino acids, our bodies make them in two different ways: either from scratch or by modifying others.
  • Nine amino acids—histidine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, tryptophan, and valine—known as the essential amino acids, must come from food.
  • Phenylalanine is found naturally in the breast milk of mammals. It’s highly valuable for its analgesic and antidepressant effects.
  • Seaweeds demonstrate original and interesting nutritional characteristics. Protein concentration ranges from 5% to 47% of dry basic.
  • Its value depends particularly on species and environmental conditions. Seaweed protein is a source of all amino acids, especially glycine, alanine, arginine, proline, glutamic, and aspartic acids.
  • In algae, essential amino acids (EAAs) represent almost half of total amino acids and their protein profile is close to the profile of egg protein. In case of non-EAAs, all three groups (green, brown, and red seaweeds) contain a similar amount.
  • Red seaweed seems to be a good source of protein because its value reaches 47%. The issue of protein malnutrition supports the trend to find a new and cheap alternative source of protein.
  • Algae could play an important role in the above-mentioned challenge because of a relatively high content of nitrogen compounds. Algae may be used in the industry as a source of ingredients with high nutritional quality.
  • Full text (Seaweed proteins and amino acids as nutraceuticals – PubMed) All animals get their Amino acids from their mother’s breast and then some from plants and sea vegetables, this including fish.
  • This enables them to produce their own proteins in their bodies like they have been coded to do. Humans have decided to rob the animals of these proteins since they don’t have enough supply of it in the food supply.
  • This Animal protein comes with other attachments such as fat, microbes, parasites, worms, other animal DNA, mucus, and energies. Our bodies are coded to make their own proteins.
  • Sea vegetables are a powerful source of balanced omega acids which promote the growth of proteins in the body. Sea moss is a great source.
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    Sea-Moss Benefits

  • This product has various benefits;
    • -It’s high in calcium and supports bones, joints, skin and nails health.
    • -Cleans up mucus and phlegm from the respiratory system -Detoxifies the mucus membrane.
    • -increased energy levels -detoxifies the whole GI tract and colon.
    • -loaded with biominerals that the body requires to survive.
    • -increased libido, sexual desire, and stamina.
    • -detoxifies and lubricates the female reproductive system, vaginal canal and promotes healthy reproductive organs.
    • -detoxifies the male reproductive system, cleans up blocked blood chambers that cause Erectile dysfunction.
    • -can be applied to the face as a mask, hair as a leave-in conditioner.
    • -loaded with collagen -great and safe for the entire family and much more.
  • Get your sea moss from upendo foods and herbs store;
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    MAMA For Female Reproductive Organs

  • This Compound addresses the Female Reproductive Organs and issues associated with Ovaries, painful and heavy menstrual periods, and Hormone Balance.
  • It also assists with symptoms associated with Menopause such as Hot Flashes, Mood Swings, etc.
  • You can also naturally reverse or relieve some of the symptoms of hormone imbalance by:
    • Avoiding foods that can trigger hot flashes, such as spicy foods and hot temperatures.
    • Eating a balanced diet of whole, unprocessed foods.
    • Eliminating processed sugars, food additives and carbs.

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  • Sea Vegetables acts as a soothing aid to all mucous membranes, Irish Moss is said to ease ailments such as gastritis, nausea, indigestion, constipation, as well as ulcers.
  • Irish Moss also has antibacterial, antimicrobial, antiviral, and anticoagulant activities. Used topically, it may help soothe skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, and burns.
  • However, it is mostly known for its ability to abate the symptoms of colds and flu, dissolve cataracts and chesty coughs, as well as soothe bronchitis and pneumonia. Thanks to its anti-coughing properties.
  • Bladderwrack cleanses the body and absorbs toxins associated with radiation, and expels them as well. Its high iodine content also helps to reduce the side effects associated with radiation and chemotherapy.

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    Vital Pack

  • This compound regulates bowel movement and reinstates it to a normal rate of 1-3 times a day.
  • Sea vegetables: contains sea moss and bladderwrack. It’s high in calcium and iodine, Iodine is essential in brain development especially in the fetus, It’s great for thyroids, mucus expectorant, joints, skin, bones, and teeth.
  • Iron: It’s a blood purifier & replenishes iron. Iron is responsible for the uptake of oxygen to the cells. Iron is the spark plug of the human body. Iron deficiency can cause a wide range of issues including anemia.
  • GI tract and colon cleanse: The colon must be clean in order to heal the human body. The GI tract consists of organs like the pancreas and the bile duct which are vital to the digestive system.
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    African Sea Moss

    African Sea Moss
  • Sea moss, an alga that has been scientifically proven to promote cellular rejuvenation, healthy weight loss, help you build lean muscle, raise up energy and metabolism as well as super-charge & boost your immune system can change your entire lifestyle forever.
  • It’s known to have over 92 vital minerals that your body is made of. One serving of sea moss provides most of the vitamins and nutrients your body needs in a day to be its healthiest.
  • To know more, book your consultation here…
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    Understanding Tonsils

    Tonsils and the Role they play in the body;

  • The tonsils prevent foreign objects from slipping into the lungs. Think of them as goalies for the throat.
    They also filter bacteria and viruses. On top of all that, they produce white blood cells and antibodies
  • According to the American Academy of Otolaryngology, these bumps on the back of the throat are the “first line of defense as part of the immune system.”
    For example, tonsils sample bacteria and viruses entering the body through the mouth or nose and flush them using lymph.
  • Lymph is a clear and colorless fluid; the name comes from the Latin word lympha, which means “connected to water,” according to the National Lymphadema.
    It’s necessary for the lymphatic system to be open and functioning properly to remove this bacterias and viruses that do not belong in the body.
  • Inflammation of the tonsils is common among children.
    This is due to the introduction stage of different microbes in the environment.
    If the child lymphatic system is not functioning properly, a back up of this microbes causes the tonsils to swell up. Gargling with salt can reduce the inflammation.
  • Making sure the lymphatic system is functioning properly is essential.
    Fruits and especially watery fruits are great for the lymphatic system.
  • Children inherits there lymphatic systems from there mother.
    Most children has lymphatic issues. It shows up as infections of different places like eyes, ears and rashes on the skin.
  • Another sign that the baby is not receiving a good diet is excessive mucus and especially in the chest.
  • Dairy products and animal products combined with complex starches clogs up the lymphatic system. Seamoss is a great cleanse of the lymphatic system.
  • If you have any consultations about Tonsils, please book your consultation below;
  • If you have any questions concerning Tonsils, let us know more about them by filling out the form below;