Wheatgrass: Superfood for a New Millennium

4 May

Li D SmithBeing alert and alive turns you into a happy walking, talking ball of energy. You will also feel much better. Complete rejuvenation of body, mind and spirit is possible when vitality is high.

Scientists agree: you are your best healer. Studies show that you can overcome chronic health problems including high blood pressure, asthma, depression, certain types of cancer, diabetes and osteoporosis with good nutrition and sensible exercise.

All living things need energy to live. Both animals and plants need a supply of raw, live food to provide them with this energy. Radiant energy of sunlight and chemical energy of organic compounds are the two sources of energy available to living systems. Green plants, algae and some bacteria are able to convert this energy, through photosynthesis, into chemical energy that they can use. Stored as simple sugars, it provides the necessary energy for important metabolic activities essential for growth, repair and maintenance. Energy is created in every cell, everyday. Each cell requires nutrients, with some being used as “fuel” for cellular respiration.

Wheatgrass is a natural energizer that really works. In wheatgrass, photosynthesis takes place in the chloroplasts, miniature solar converters inside the plant cells. The chloroplasts contain the pigment chlorophyll, which is able to absorb light in the blue, violet and red parts of the spectrum. Green light is not absorbed, but reflected. This is why wheatgrass appears green.

If you are not as fit and healthy as you’d like to be, consider drinking wheatgrass juice on a daily basis. Wheatgrass juice is the all-in-one solution to radiant health, energy and rejuvenation!

Wheatgrass, which is the young grass of the wheat plant, captures an enormous amount of radiant energy via photosynthesis. Chlorophyll constitutes 70% of the solute in wheatgrass and has been extensively tested for its extraordinary healing powers.

Generous amounts of vitamins are also present in fresh, healthy wheatgrass. The antioxidants, A, C and E are abundant, as are minerals of key importance such as magnesium, calcium, iron, zinc and potassium. A glass of the green-juice supplies you with almost all of the 102 known elements (that is, if it is grown in optimal organic soil). It is a complete food!

Author Li D Smith of “Wheatgrass: Superfood for a New Millennium” was born in Luxembourg and raised on a farm in South Africa, married an artist and enjoys painting and writing.

Great health doesn’t require bags full of expensive supplements. An abundance of positive energy, and a glass of wheatgrass juice is often all you need to set the scene for a healthier life.

The following are links to Li D Smith and Richard’s bio and book pages,
A MUST BUY For D-Light-full Health!

Li D Smith with Wheatgrass Tonic

Author Li D Smith
Wheatgrass: Superfood for a New Millennium

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4 Responses to “Wheatgrass: Superfood for a New Millennium”

  1. Led Grow Lights March 18, 2008 at 5:36 pm #

    We love wheatgrass we are going to try and grow some at home in a few weeks here.

  2. Li October 16, 2008 at 11:51 pm #

    Hi Led Grow Lights, thank you for your response! We love wheatgrass too! I hope you are having success with your wheatgrass growing. Best wishes,

    Li

    • organicgarden January 17, 2009 at 3:18 pm #

      Hi Li!

      So glad to see your still shining brightly on the planet, cheers!

  3. Li April 19, 2009 at 3:04 am #

    Hi Organic Garden, thank you so much for the message! I love visiting your site and find solace in your beautiful and imaginative photographs, artwork, gift ideas and more. Cheers, Li

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