Maca is a tuber similar in shape to radish, native to the highlands of Peru and Bolivia, where it is grown at high altitudes. It is attributed with aphrodisiac and invigorating effects, but this plant has many other more interesting therapeutic and nutritional benefits such as increasing your energy and vitality, allowing you greater physical and mental endurance. In addition to being a potent hormone regulator. Some properties of maca:
- Strengthens the Immune System
- Regulates and enhances the function of the endocrine system: the glands that produce hormones necessary for essential body and metabolic functions such as fertility, sexual function, digestion, brain, nervous system physiology, and energy levels.
- Improves memory and brain function
- Increases strength and libido, endurance, athletic performance and overall sense of well-being.
The different uses of maca
Maca can be used in different ways. It is integrated into vegetable soups, smoothies and cakes, creams are made and it is used to season stews. Recommendation: take between one and three tablespoons of maca powder a day, resting at least one day a week. To avoid the possible occurrence of insomnia, it is advisable to take it in the morning.
Recommended daily intake 15Gr
|NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION PER 100 g|
|Energy value||327kcal / 1380kJ|
|of which saturated||0,2g|
|of which sugars||38g|
The product should be stored in clean, cool, dry (HR < 60%), waterproof, free from insect infestation, rodents, and protected from chemical or microbiological contaminants.