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Superfoods: Separating Fact from Fiction

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Monday, May 30th, 2011

These berries were named the No.1 superfood by nutritionist to the stars Nicholas Perricone for reportedly having higher antioxidant levels than blueberries. The fact they can only be harvested twice a year in the Amazon Basin makes them sound as high-maintenance as one of Perricone’s famed clients, Gwyneth Paltrow. Nevertheless, the American Chemical Society verified the claim in 2006.

Broccoli

The William H. Macy of the vegie world, this homely food is also a powerhouse: loaded with vitamin C, folic acid and carotenoids, which are packed with vitamin A and can protect your cells from the damage of free radicals, which lead to premature ageing.

Cinnamon

Jerry Seinfeld once said the mystery ingredient that makes every dish tasty is cinnamon. But does it really reduce blood levels of total cholesterol, including triglycerides, and help lower blood sugar in people with type 2 diabetes? Yes.

Dark chocolate

The food equivalent of a supermodel who’s also a Mensa candidate, dark chocolate helps prevent heart disease because of the inhibiting effect of polyphenols on LDL cholesterol, which promotes coronary disease. And a BBC news report showed melting dark chocolate in one’s mouth produces an elevated heart rate more intense than when we kiss passionately.

Edamame

Like a beauty queen who’s fallen from grace, soy products – once touted as reducing the risk of coronary heart disease – have recently been charged with causing hideous side effects such as loss of libido and breast growth in men. The bottom line, dietitian Milena Katz says, is that young soybeans are ”fine as a protein but so are chickpeas”.

Flaxseed

Does this tiny brown seed truly improve heart health by lowering blood pressure, inflammation and blood triglyceride levels, helping to prevent clots in arteries? Only if you eat ground flaxseed or incorporated in flour or meal, rather than whole.

Ginger

Not just the hottest cast member of Gilligan’s Island, ginger is a key part of traditional Chinese medicine. Why? Because this underground stem is rich in phytochemicals, including beta-carotene (which helps maintain good eyesight), curcumin and salicylates, which can be used to relieve numerous ailments, including nausea, motion sickness and pain and inflammation caused by osteoarthritis.

Herbs

Garden-variety green herbs could pull off a public relations coup if word gets out about their health benefits. Dill has six times more beta-carotene than rockmelon or pumpkin, and basil and parsley have twice as much vitamin C as oranges.

Israeli couscous

Model Catherine McCord is touting this version of the ubiquitous grain, rather than the tinier African variety. It has the same health benefits – one cup provides 42 per cent of the daily recommended dose of vitamin C and its high fibre content helps slow the absorption of sugar into the bloodstream, helping to reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes – and it is toasted rather than dried, which lends it a nuttier flavour.

Jicama

Like a great indie film, this South American root vegie is both obscure and good for you: a great source of vitamin C, folic acid (crucial in brain development) and beta-carotene.

Kale

Two of this leafy green’s antioxidants – lutein and zeaxanthin – lower the risk of age-related eye disease and its vitamin A helps fight infection. You can also make chips with it by sprinkling it with olive oil and salt and baking for 10 minutes. What more do you want?

Naturopath Emma Sutherlands Interview- How I Fell in love with Acai May 4th, 2011

jeremy
Friday, May 6th, 2011

After carefully researching RioLife Acai, I decided to give them a call and meet up with founding partner, Andrew Cameron. Here is my interview with him. I can’t wait to start my Acai Challenge!

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Sage awards RioLife the Fastest Growing Small Business at the 2010 ActionCOACH My Business Awards

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Wednesday, October 6th, 2010

In a night that recognised Australia’s high achievers in small business, it was clear that this country’s entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well. The 2010 My Business Awards showcased a range of different industries from consumer technology to the food industry with a number of these companies operating solely online.

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RioLife Affiliate Program & Reseller Directory

jeremy
Wednesday, August 20th, 2008

RioLife is now offering an affiliate program where you can make money by referring customers to us. All you need to get started is your own website where you can place text links and banners. The signup process is FREE, fast and simple and you can make up to 10% per sale.

Click here to get started as an affiliate

We receive many enquiries each week from people around Australia wanting to find shops that sell RioLife acai products. So if you resell our products in your shop why not get listed in our directory so customers can find you easily. It’s fast and FREE.

Click here to see our directory and get your shop added

New Stores Now Stocking Riolife products

jeremy
Sunday, April 8th, 2007

We are getting new outlets all the time and here are just some of them:

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