High in vitamin C, this tropical berry (often found in the Amazon, but sold in powder form in the US) is packing 50 times more vitamin C than oranges. It has made it on the superfood lists because it’s rich in anti-oxidants (meaning it helps fights the aging process), anti-viral and anti-inflammatory.
It also helps to add shine to hair and has received popularity for helping to treat the herpes virus. It’s been reported camu-camu helps give skin its youthful radiance because its ability to increase collagen levels.
Complex sugars(starch), not simple sugars(glucose, fructose) help to regulate the blood sugar and offer a long lasting energy source. And yes, they contain complex sugars.
Millet contains a high ammount of silica which helps to protect hair and nails from breaking.
Also Maca is not a superfruit, just like carrots are not fruits.
If I recall right, maca is a root—and should not be eaten raw. Otherwise, not a bad list.
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