Alfalfa: Deeply Rooted Nutrition

Alfalfa garners a storehouse of nutrients. Its tap root reaches down as deep as 20 feet, searching out nutrients and minerals from deposits in the soil, while its leaves gather large amounts of chlorophyll through the natural process of photosynthesis.

Alfalfa Complex is a Shaklee Signature Formula originally developed by Dr. Shaklee.

We use only the finest alfalfa grown in California, ensuring a wide range of nutrients, including calcium, phosphorus, and magnesium, as well as chlorophyll, bioflavonoids, trace minerals, and vitamins.

  • Natural source of alfalfa
  • Contains no fungicides, bacteriocides, synthetic hormones, growth regulators, or chemicals
  • Each serving provides 300 mg of calcium, about as much as in a glass of milk.

Great List of Alfalfa Benefits- Top Ten Benefits of Alfalfa

Here are the top ten benefits of taking supplemental alfalfa . . .
 
aids in digestion (contains 8 digestive enzymes)
is a natural diuretic
anti-inflammatory
anti-arthritic
antihistamine (contains 3 known antihistamines)
heals ulcers
used for allergies
relieves stomach upset
stimulates bile flow
anti-cancer
detoxifier
nutritive
lowers cholesterol (binds to bile acids to lower cholesterol)
anti – bacterial
improves glucose tolerance
binds with heavy metals and removes them from your system
protects from radiation
shrinks plaque in arteries
helps gout
regulates blood sugar level
helps control body odor – smelly feet and bad breath
aids back disc repair
aids healing of heel spurs
kills some bacteria and viruses
improves health and vigor
high in protein, fiber, vitamins & minerals
has no known toxicity
 
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Deeply Rooted Nutrition
 
Alfalfa is a storehouse of nutrients. Its tap root reaches down as deep as 20 feet, searching out nutrients and minerals from deposits in the soil, while its leaves gather large amounts of chlorophyll through the natural process of photosynthesis.
 
Alfalfa Complex is a Shaklee Signature Formula originally developed by Dr. Shaklee.
 

The Minerals in Alfalfa

CALCIUM – builds and maintains bones and teeth; helps clot blood, aids in vitality and endurance; regulates heart rhythm, soothes nerves.
 
IRON – required in manufacture of hemoglobin; helps carry oxygen in the blood.
 
POTASSIUM – necessary for normal muscle tone, nerves, heart action and enzyme reactions; digests fats.
 
PHOSPHORUS – needed for normal bone and tooth structure. Interrelated with action of calcium and Vitamin D. Improves nutrition of nerve tissue.
 
CHLORIN – cleans and purifies the body, lowers fat sugar and starch metabolism.
 
SODIUM – regulates heat in the body fluids; neutralizes acids, prevents clotting of 
 
blood; stimulates the spleen, excites bowels and stomach to greater action.
 
SILICON MAGNESIUM – aids in constipation, steadies the nerves, protective to skin and body, stimulates brain.
 
PROTEIN – Alfalfa is high in protein – Alfalfa has 18.9% as compared to beef 16.5% – milk 3,3% and eggs 13.1%.  Muscles are composed of protein and the lack of it results in fatigue & weakness.
 
 
 Alfalfa – The Amazing Legume
 
Alfalfa contains 8 essential enzymes.  An enzyme is a promoter of chemical reactions necessary to enable foods to be assimilated in the body.
Lipase – fat splitting
Amylase – acts on starches
Coagulase – coagulates or clots blood
Emulsin – acts upon sugars
Invertase – converts cane sugar to dextrose
peroxidate – oxidizing effect of the blood
Pectinase – forms vegetable jelly
Protase – digests proteins
 
Aids in digestion.
The chlorophyll, enzymes, minerals, vitamins – all aid digestion and help stimulate lagging appetites.
It’s eight essential enzymes assist in digesting all 4 classes of food (proteins, fats, starches and sugars).
 
Aids in peptic ulcers.
 
Contains Vitamin U –  VitaminU effectively cured 80% of those tested at Stanford University (as stated in NATURE’S HEALING GRASSES by H. E. Kirschner M.D.)
 
 Great diuretic and bowel regulator
 
An effective barrier against bacterial invasion
 
The chlorophyll in alfalfa develops an effective barrier against bacterial invasion by its stimulation effect on the growth of connective tissue and granulation tissue.
AL-FAL-FA meaning Father of all foods. They were so convinced that it was beneficial to the health and strength of the body.  It is one of nature’s oldest legumes – first cultivated 2,000 years ago.
We hope you find this information helpful.
Bob Audette
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