Star Food is a natural raw wholefood, combining a selection of some of nature’s most perfect foods and naturally sourced Monatomic Gold, Monatomic rhodium & Monatomic iridium. It is also high in potassium, magnesium and rubidium according to researchers such as Lawrence Gardner and David Hudson.
Nutrition is the key to good health and this wholefood blend of Rare West Australian native bee pollen, certified organic Barley grass, certified organic Maca, Aloe Vera plus Pineapple, is abounding with vitamins, minerals, enzymes and amino acids in their naturally occurring state. Star Food does not contain any fillers, all the ingredients bring their own special benefit to the product.
Star Food helps provide the daily nutrition you need to develop a strong foundation for your good health. The concentration of nutrients in food depends on the soil content. Alcohol, smoking, the cooking of vegetables, meats, and processed food can rob the body of nutrients which can be obtained from a whole food supplement. Studies have shown that regular consumption of natural fruits and vegetables is strongly associated with a reduced risk of developing chronic diseases such as cancer and cardiovascular disease. Clinical trials with individual antioxidants do not appear to provide the consistent protective effects anticipated. Rather the additive and synergistic effects of the complex mixture of phytochemicals present in these whole foods are responsible for the potent antioxidant and anticancer activities. This explains why no single nutrient can replace the combination of natural phytochemicals to achieve health benefits.
Here are just a few more reasons to give Star Food a try. It’s not just Monatomic Gold you can find in Star Food as it full vitamins, minerals, enzymes and amino acids in their naturally occurring state.
West Australian Native Bee Pollen
The evidence suggests that bio-active compounds are best acquired through whole-food consumption and not from isolate dietary supplements.
Western Australia has a high density of unique plant species that produce high quality pollen’s. This pollen is harvested from pristine forests and conservation reserves in natural indigenous bush ensuring it is in its purest form and free of chemicals. Bee pollen has been recognised as nature’s most complete food. Chemical analysis of bee pollen reveals that it contains every nutrient required to sustain life. Bee pollen is a raw live natural food that provides the basic elements the human body requires. It has an impressive array of nutrients and ability to provide energy. Bees recognise and select pollens that are rich in amino acids and leave the poor quality pollens behind.
Eucalypt pollens have one of the highest percentages of linoleic acid in the world, making it unique and beneficial. Linoleic acid is an “essential” fatty acid for human health and helps lower the ratio of low-density lipoproteins (LDL’s) to high-density lipoproteins (HDL’s).
The Amino Acids present in this pollen are superior to those of animal origin, with pollen containing five to seven times more amino acids than beef and cheese of equal weight. In addition to being a complete food bee pollen has antioxidant and antibacterial properties and increases the body’s resistance to infection.
Barley Grass, certified organic
This wholesome green alkaline food, made from powdered dehydrated leaves of organically grown young barley plants (Hordeum vulgare), provides a concentrated source of vegetable greens, essential to life. The bright green colour reflects the abundance of chlorophyll, which is a natural blood cleanser and supports the immune system. Barley grass is a rich natural source of minerals, vitamins and antioxidants. The abundant dietary fibre maintains good colonic health. Our Barley Grass does not contain gluten and is safe for those who have gluten allergies.
The main qualities include a significant source of chlorophyll, mixed carotenoids, antioxidants, folic acid, protein, omega- and dietary fibre.
Maca, Lepidium Meyenii
The superior quality Maca superfood, as used in STAR FOOD is certified organic, not irradiated and not genetically modified. Maca, domesticated by the Incas, is a hardy perennial plant cultivated high (up to 14500 feet) in the Andean Mountains. The part used is the tuberous root which looks like a large radish. This energising plant wholefood, also referred to as Peruvian ginseng (Maca is not in the same family as ginseng) is adaptogenic, meaning that it will work on the body according to the needs, age and gender of the person taking it. Maca is a wonderful source of natural vital nutrients and the synergy of so many amino acids, vitamins and minerals in their natural state may increase their uptake, assimilation and utilization in the body.
The species grown commercially for harvest is “Lepidium meyenii, Walpers”. The best Maca is grown in the Junin Plateau and the key factors resulting in good quality Maca are altitude, soil type and microclimate.
Dried Maca Root is rich in complex carbohydrates, amino acids and essential nutrients. The protein content of Maca is mainly in the form of polypeptides and amino acids. It contains significant amounts of fatty acids, sterols, vitamins B1, B2, C, E and minerals. In addition to its rich supply of essential nutrients, Maca contains alkaloids, tannins and saponins.
Aloe Vera (Aloe barbadensis) certified organic
Aloe Vera is another ingredient that adds remarkable healing properties to STAR FOOD. Aloe Vera is a member of the Lilly family (Aloe barbadensis), native to Northern Africa and named after the botanist Dr Miller who characterised the plant in Barbados. Aloe Vera is a great source of more than 200 active ingredients, including vitamins, minerals and amino acids, which are derived from the leaf, the sap and a mucilaginous gel from the inner cells of the leaf. Aloe gel is made up of polysaccharides and a vast array of chemical substances, which play a major role in the healing process.
The Aloe Vera in STAR FOOD is bifurcated and combines all the ingredients of the leaf including the outer Aloe rind, as this contains numerous bioactive ingredients including the glycoproteins, polysaccharides and important enzymes such as superoxide dismutase, glutathione peroxidase and catalase.
The long molecular polysaccharide mannan, in this Aloe Vera, is not hydrolysed during manufacturing into smaller components, so the original chemical structure and biological activity are not modified. A unique feature is that human gastric enzymes cannot hydrolyse its linkages. Scientists have recently discovered many vital nutrients are missing in the modern diet including the glyconutrients, called “miracle sugars,” which are a group of biologically active sugars considered critical for human health. Glyconutrients are required by every cell in the body. These sugars are the food molecules of the cell, involved in numerous complex processes. The mannose content makes it a superior immune booster.
There are two groups of substances in Aloe Vera based on their molecular weight. The high molecular weight substances are a range of mannans, other glycoproteins and a variety of enzymes while the low molecular weight substances are Saponins, Flavonoids, Fatty acids and their esters, Tannins, Sulphur derivatives, Glucosamine, glutamine, terpenoids and biological growth factors.
Although each one of the above contents has an individual biological ability, in Aloe Vera all these substances act synergistically as a group. Aloe Vera can act as a natural biological vehicle, capable of stimulating and normalising the main physiological biological functions of the human body.
Pineapple (info courtesy of King of Fruits)
Here is what the King of Fruits website has to say about pineapple:
We all know that eating fresh fruit provides your body with the vitamins and minerals it needs to stay healthy, and pineapple is no different. Tropical pineapples have lots of important properties that are essential in keeping you healthy.
Here are some of the main nutritional benefits of pineapples:
The Bromelain enzyme is generally found in the stem or core of a pineapple and helps to digest food by breaking down the protein particles within it. Promoting a healthy digestive system, it’s great for a natural detox and has also been known for its anti-inflammatory and anti-clotting properties.
Pineapple is low in calories, sodium, saturated fats and cholesterol while being a rich source of fibre, so it’s the perfect weight loss food.
An excellent source of Vitamin C and other antioxidants essential for collagen synthesis, Vitamin C also helps to maintain the integrity of your blood vessels, skin, organs and bones.
Increasing your daily intake of antioxidants is also great for boosting your immune system, which means you’ll be able to fight off colds and flus during winter.
Pineapple is also known for its high level of manganese. The Manganese mineral is an essential element for energy production, while protecting your cells from free radicals. It helps your body use key nutrients including thiamine and biotin, keeps your bones healthy and helps synthesise fatty foods.
Pineapple is also a rich source in Vitamin A and Beta-Carotene, which helps your immune system, eyesight and protects from free radicals; Vitamins B1 and B6 which are good for energy production and the breakdown of sugars and starches in your digestive system; copper, which helps red blood cell synthesis; and potassium, which assists in controlling the heart rate and blood pressure.
So to sum up, eating pineapple is good for your body both inside and out – eating a few slices of fresh pineapple a day can defend your body from harmful free radicals and disease, help your digestion by cleaning the body’s organs and blood, increase your energy intake and boost metabolism, nourish your hair, skin, nails and teeth and keep you generally healthy – plus it tastes great.