Camu Camu fruit – superfood for a young and healthy body

camu camu fruitCamu Camu fruit is a bit bushy tree that is part of the vegetation in the Amazon rainforest, Peru and Brazil. Born purple-red fruits like cherry.

Recently it was announced to the source containing the most natural vitamin C on Earth. Valuable plant is reinforced with a small arsenal of phytochemicals that help to become a superstar among fruit food.

Camu Camu fruit contains about 60 times more vitamin C than oranges.

It is also rich in amino acids, potassium, beta carotene, calcium, iron, phosphorus, vitamins and flavonoids that provide highly effective cleaning, protective, anti-inflammatory, moisturizing and nutrient effect.

Camu Camu fruit used to support the immune system in good condition, maintaining excellent vision, reduce inflammation and improve lung and protects against viral infections.

The plant also improves supports the functions of the heart, the skin, eye, brain, heart and liver.

Its fruits are the most commonly recommended for the treatment of asthma, glaucoma, gingivitis, hepatitis, infertility, migraine, cataracts, atherosclerosis, Parkinson’s disease. They have a good analgesic effect. Camu Camu fruit is an excellent antioxidant.

It helps to prevent genetic mutations involved in the formation of cancers. Has anti-inflammatory effect, increase the chances of conceiving the body and feed the uterus.

Consumed raw, fruit proves true superfood.

Camu Camu already present in many cosmetic products for face and body. Extract these small fruits makes wonders on the skin – tightens her improve her tone, smoothes fine lines and wrinkles, brighten the complexion, but mostly acts as a powerful antioxidant protection against free radicals.

In this way not only maintains youthful appearance, but also protects it important fat-soluble vitamins A and E, and fatty acids from degradation.

The tribes of the Amazon does to this day prepare tonic to nourish the hair of the fruit Camu Camu.

But it needs to be kept warm over a year to preserve the properties of vitamin C.

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Depression and insomnia unlocks nightmares

depression and insomnia Depression and insomnia most clearly predicted upsurge of nightmares, according to the new study. It was conducted by researchers from the University of Turku in Finland and the Finnish National Institute for Health and Welfare.

According to lead author Nils Sandman University of Tukuru survey data revealed a direct link between these conditions and the occurrence of nightmares. This type of dreams often involve physical danger and can trigger a number of negative emotions, including feelings of anxiety, fear, shame and disgust.

For the purpose of the study, researchers used data taken from two other analyzes conducted among adults in Finland between 2007 and 2012. They include information from 13,922 people who are aged 25-27 years. Volunteers reported frequency of nightmares, among other factors affecting their overall health and lifestyle.

All participants respond to questionnaires, and then subjected to tests to check their health. About 3.9% of them have reported that they suffer from nightmares the last 30 days. 45% regularly dream such dreams, and 50.6% are not affected by nightmares.

After the analysis side of scientists becomes clear that 28.4 percent of participants suffering from severe symptoms of depression reported frequent nightmares. Of them were tortured and 17.1% of those affected by insomnia.

After in-depth look and take account of other factors, it is clear that the most significant independent risk factors for frequent nightmares are insomnia, fatigue and negative attitude towards themselves – a typical symptom of depression.

Data from the study are published in the journal. Sleep.