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Chia Seeds

Chia seeds are loaded with fibre along with essential fatty acids, vitamins and minerals and can absorb up to 12 times their weight in water. They can help protect the cardiovascular system and are also a dense source of fibre, which can help with digestion and lower the risk of intestinal cancers. They also are apparently great for mood support too!




Honey has been hailed for years as a natural healer–and for good reason. It’s a superhero against the common cold and flu as it strengthens the body’s white blood cells so they can better fight off disease. Raw honey also has wonderful antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal properties to help support the overall health and well-being of the body. Make an immunity-boosting tonic of fresh ginger, lemon and honey to combat flu.




Adaptogens are at the forefront of most conversations on wellness trends, with maca taking the cake. Extracted from the root of the Peruvian Lepidium Meyenii plant and consumed in powder form, the ancient herb is a great hormone balancer, helping ease PMS and research has shown it can even regulate common menopause symptoms. Girls, it’s what we need!




Garlic is an antimicrobial herb, which means it can kill off the bugs that cause cold and flu. Garlic is a powerful remedy for cold, especially if consumed raw. Try broccoli and garlic soup when you’re sick! There, we have given you one more reason to tuck into that tasty garlic naan. You're very welcome!