Wheatgrass: A Super Food Excellent For Bodybuilders

Wheatgrass is the leafy plant from the very early stages of a wheat plant. It is alkaline and suitable for individuals who suffer from wheat intolerance. It is sweet and palatable and sold as a shot through juicing bars. Wheatgrass is one of the known super foods that most celebrities rave about. It is a living food containing chlorophyll, vitamins, minerals, and up to thirty live enzymes. Chlorophyll is a superb immune system booster, due to its rich antioxidant properties, plus it is classed a whole food because it contains all nine essential amino acids required by the body for proper immune function and muscle growth.

Why is Wheatgrass a Super Food?

Wheatgrass contains over ninety minerals per 30ml shot. The live enzymes continue to work to boost the health of the body long after consumption. The rush of energy continues throughout the day, but it may cause nausea, if too much wheatgrass is drunk on an empty stomach.

Studies have proven that wheatgrass can reduce cancer-causing carcinogens in the body. As an excellent detoxifier, wheatgrass strengthens the liver to neutralize harmful pollution from car exhausts, mobile phone masts and cigarette smoke. Wheatgrass contains three compounds to improve the liver functions

  • Potassium to stimulate and invigorate
  • Magnesium to reduce excess fats in the body
  • Choline to prevent the accumulation of fatty deposits

Frozen, Powdered or Fresh Wheatgrass?

Wheatgrass is available in many forms. It is relatively expensive to consume on a regular basis, but many people buy home kits and grow their own wheatgrass. Approximately three handfuls of wheatgrass will make 30ml of juice.

Sellers of powdered wheatgrass claim that it contains more nutritional content than flash frozen or fresh juice, but either type is healthy. Wheatgrass is a high vibrational food. It resonates at the Schumann—earth energy 7.83hz—frequency. When absorbed by the body, wheatgrass immediately works to stabilize any energy imbalances in the body. Wheatgrass contains negative ion charges, which work to remove toxins and pollution. This can benefit the overall health of the auric energy field by undoing bad habits caused through stress, diet and exposure to pollutions.

Important Amino Acids Contained in Wheatgrass

  • Arginine to boost the seminal fluid around the body
  • Aspartic acid to supply the body with energy
  • Abensic to prevent the formation of cancer
  • Alanine to improve blood flow
  • Valine to coordinate brain and muscle functions
  • Phenylalanine to work on proper functioning of the thyroid gland
  • Glycine to provide the body with energy
  • Histidine to improve hearing and nerve functions
  • Isoleucine to encourage growth in infants
  • Leucine to boost energy and regulate nerve stimulation
  • Lysine to provide anti-aging benefits
  • Methionine to cleanse the liver and kidneys
  • Proline to absorb glutamic acid
  • Threonine to improve and aid digestion
  • Tryptophan to improve skin and hair growth
  • Serine to stimulate the brain

Why Should Bodybuilders Try Wheatgrass?

The huge weights lifted by a bodybuilder can depress the immune system and create oxidative stress. Drinking regular wheatgrass will benefit the body in several ways:

  • Wheatgrass speeds up the body’s internal health after intense weight training.
  • It supports immune system health, due to its excellent antioxidant benefits.
  • Wheatgrass supplies the body with essential amino acids to build new muscle growth.
  • It provides a natural energy boost, and offers the body a natural way of absorbing vitamins, minerals, and live enzymes.

The Benefits of Wheatgrass

Not many foods contain twenty amino acids, including the essential nine building blocks of protein. Eggs and meat are known as “whole” foods because they contain all of the essential building blocks necessary for muscle growth. However, wheatgrass contains amino acids, vitamin C, iron, plus additional live enzymes.

Many bodybuilders add powdered wheatgrass into a shake, as it improves energy, prevents fatigue, suppresses the appetite, aids weight loss, removes the urge to eat junk food and improves mental clarity. Internally, the benefits of wheatgrass go far deeper.

  • Washes away drug deposits in the body
  • Builds muscle
  • Improves weight loss
  • Suppresses the appetite
  • Provides instant energy
  • Regulates blood sugar levels
  • Is an excellent blood cleanser and encourages the formation of new blood cells
  • Is a fantastic immune system booster
  • Cleanses the colon
  • Reduces constipation
  • Prevents the risk of cancer and dissolves tumors
  • Improves mental clarity
  • Improves lung functions (excellent for ex-smokers)
  • Prevents greying hair
  • Reduces acne, psoriasis, and eczema
  • Improves the skin and hair
  • Fights infections
  • Reduces high blood pressure
  • Improves sore throats (when gargled)
  • Relives toothache
  • Protects the body from carcinogens and pollution

For individuals who hate green leafy vegetables, a 30ml shot of wheatgrass is equivalent to 2.2lbs of leafy greens. This is a phenomenal level of rich nutritional goodness filtering through the body’s cells to build immune strength, and to reduce disease and infection.

The Side Effects of Wheatgrass

There are no known side effects of wheatgrass. It is very alkaline and best drunk on an empty stomach, to provide the body enough time to absorb its nutritional benefits. A 30ml wheatgrass shot daily is sufficient enough to bring long-term health benefits, but it is also available in frozen and dried powder form. For bodybuilders, wheatgrass is a true super food because it is packed with nutritional goodness.

To Summarize

Wheatgrass is a popular product, and especially useful for bodybuilders, as it contains the nine essential amino acids that the body needs to heal and build new muscle growth. It offers a diverse list of health benefits, and is suited toward men and women who do not eat enough alkaline foods.

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I write erotica under the pseudonym, Audacious Angel. I am also the author of "The Horny Book of Happiness", a fun empowering sex guide for men, women and couples, available as an eBook on Bibliocracy, Smashwords, and Kindle, paperback on Amazon, or hardback on Lulu. I run a sexually informative website, "Girl With A Dirty Mind" and health and fitness website, "Tough Workouts." I enjoy writing content on sexuality, spirituality, and health and fitness.


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