Alfalfa matcha

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Pure Matcha powder from green leaves, Alfalfa Powder

Do you have high cholesterol levels ? Did you know that Alfalfa is a great way to treat high cholesterol and diabetes levels ?

It is widely known that Alfalfa is a good source of protein. Darius, King of Persia had reportedly brought Alfalfa to Greece. The Chinese have also used it for centuries to assist the digestive system. Containing up to 50% protein in addition to having a good amount of beta carotene, octacosanol, and chlorophyll. It also contains amino acids, saponins, isoflavins, sugars, sterols, acids, minerals (Ca, K, P, Mg, Fe, Zn, Cu), coumarins, alkaloids, porphyrins, and vitamins (A, B1, B6, B12, C, D, E, K, niacin, biotin, folic acid, pantothenic acid). A normal serving of Alfalfa contributes to almost 3 percent of your daily fiber needs. Fiber helps maintain healthy cholesterol and blood sugar levels while promoting bowel regularity and optimum weight.

You can also obtain about 2 percent of your body’s daily iron intake with a serving of Alfalfa. Iron helps provide oxygen to your blood cells, preventing the fatigue associated with anemia. Optimum iron intake might enhance athletic importance, help growth rates in children and combat an attention deficit disorder.

Ancient Indian doctors also used the herb to treat internal digestive ailments, and also used it for pain relief for arthritic patients. Alfalfa also offers the following benefits to name a few :

High in Vitamin C
Vitamin E
High in protein
Helps with poor digestion
Optimum iron intake

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