This is some amazing information you might not know.
By Donna Hetrick
Wildtree Team Leader/Certified Clinical Nutritionist
If you’ve been enjoying Wildtree for any length of time, you might be able to roll off your tongue that Wildtree products contain “No MSG, No High Fructose Corn Syrup, No Artificial Dyes or Flavors, No Preservatives or Additives, No Genetically Modified Organisms, No Hydrogenated Fats, No Irradiated Ingredients and No Artificial Sweeteners” without taking a breath. But do you know about the many wonderful nutrients Wildtree products DO contain?
Powerful antioxidants, herbs and spices with known anti-cancer properties, healthy sweeteners, spices that are recognized as infection fighters, oils that contribute to a healthy heart and weak acids such as lemon and lime extract that help alkalize the system.
Did you know that every time you whip up a Wildtree dish that contains curry that you are not only serving something that tastes great but that it also has anti-cancer and anti-bacterial properties? And just recently it was discovered that if a person eats curry once or twice a week, it may help prevent the onset of Alzheimer's disease and dementia.
Let’s take a look at some of the other nutrients found in many Wildtree products:
Garlic is an antibacterial herb which has medicinal properties against microbes, bacteria, fungi, parasites and viruses. It is also healthy for the respiratory tract.
Cilantro is rich in Vitamin C and also has anti-bacterial properties.
Cinnamon is well-known for blood sugar control, it boosts brain function, prevents unwanted clumping of blood platelets and enhances digestion.
Rosemary contains nutrients which minimize free radical damage in the brain, fight bacteria and act as a decongestant.
Onion & Chives ward off colds, coughs, asthma and breathing problems. They associated with reducing the risk of stomach cancer, helping to ward off strokes and reduce cholesterol and triglycerides.
Cayenne Pepper / Hot Chili Peppers / Jalapeño Peppers improve circulation, stop bleeding from ulcers, are good for the heart, the kidneys, the lungs, pancreas, spleen and stomach. Ward off colds, sinus infections and sore throats.
Clove has antiseptic and anti-parasitic properties. Also aids in digestion.
Blueberries are packed with antioxidant phytonutrients that neutralize free radical damage to the collagen of the cells and tissues.
Ginger cleanses the colon, stimulates circulation, and is a strong antioxidant and enhances digestion.
Ground Mustard Seeds improve digestion and aid in the metabolism of fat.
Thyme has strong antiseptic properties, lowers cholesterol, reduces fever and headache.
Dill enhances digestion, gives relief from insomnia, hiccups, diarrhea and respiratory disorders.