About our herbal formula
Why Eat Bitter Greens?
It seems like hardly a month goes by without the release of a new study extolling the health benefits of Bitter, greens. A study published in Neurology conducted by Rush Medical College showed that eating Bitter greens each day showed a strong correlation with sharper memory and slower cognitive decline due to nutrients and bioactive compounds like vitamin E, vitamin K, lutein, beta carotene, and folate. NPR and NBC News reported that bitter foods such as leafy greens “can be seriously good for our gut health,” noting that bitter foods could help stimulate the digestive system, improve absorption of food, and stimulate healthy gut bacteria (otherwise known as a prebiotic). In his book Genius Foods: Become Smarter, Happier, and More Productive While Protecting Your Brain for Life, author Max Lugavere even calls dark leafy greens one of the twelve foods that optimize brain health and performance.
Our Bitter Greens Capsules Herbal Formula
Bitter greens Capsules is a combination of arugula and mustard greens that are linked to skin health, maintain healthy blood sugar level, muscle strength and blood pressure regulation.
Bitter greens are far more packed with nutrients than their lighter counterparts like lettuce. That’s why many nutritionists recommend eating a lot of Bitter greens like arugula and mustard greens – often as much as ten cups a week. That’s a lot of salad, particularly for ingredients that are bitter by their very nature. That’s why there are so many recipes online for ways to hide these super-foods or mask their flavor, often by mixing them into a smoothie or topping them with richer sauces or dressings.
Arugula Greens is sometimes called rocket, may be one of the most well-known, used by chefs and nutritionist for its green, fresh and flavor. But arugula is also exceptionally healthy and is often associated with the Mediterranean diet, which according to the Mayo Clinic; is associated with heart health, reduced incidence of cancer, and reduced risk of Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s. Arugula is also packed with antioxidants, vitamin K, vitamin A, vitamin C, folate, fiber, and phytonutrients.
Like arugula, Bitter mustard greens are widely considered a superfood. “Their nutrient-to-calorie ratio makes them one of the most nutrient-dense and beneficial foods on the planet,” says Certified Holistic Health Coach Jillian Levy. Also like arugula, mustard greens are packed with antioxidants, vitamin K (over 500% of our daily recommended value), vitamin A, vitamin C, folate, fiber, phytonutrients, plus the mineral manganese. Mustard greens are particularly renowned for their anti-inflammatory, detoxification, and cancer-fighting properties.