Maca is an Ancient Staple
People in the Andes have grown maca for thousands of years. They use the root as a food supplement as well as a traditional medicine for everything from fertility problems to fragile bones and poor memory. In recent years, maca has been popping up more often on health food store shelves.
Maca is claimed to be an adaptogenic plant, which means it gives your body the ability to adapt to or resist what's going on in and around it, like anxiety, stress, and depression.
Maca in the Bedroom
Maca has a reputation as an aid for sex and reproductive issues. Some people believe it can rev up sex drive in men and women.
Maca for Menopause
A small number of studies have suggested that maca may help ease hot flashes and other postmenopausal symptoms in women.
What we know for sure -
Is maca’s nutritional benefits. It packs high levels of iron and iodine to promote healthy cells and to help keep your metabolism on track. Its big doses of potassium help digestion and make muscles happy. Maca is also rich in calcium, amino acids, vitamins, and minerals.
How do you use Maca?
Work it into raw foods, like no-bake energy treats or smoothies, or put it on top of cooked foods, like oatmeal.
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