5 natural supplements you should be taking daily

There are plenty of different natural supplements nowadays, so that it get’s easy to lose sight of what is actually good for your health and what is just marketing.

And as with any other health topic, you will find different opinions about what you should and shouldn’t take, so this is simply my summary of what I’m taking on a daily basis and why I would suggest to you to read into these superfoods.

They’re all natural, plant based superfoods, so you can be sure, that there’s no BS in them.

Here are the 5 natural supplement that I can’t live without:


A Powerhouse of Goodness!

Bee Pollen is considered to be one of the natures most complete and nourishing foods because of its full spectrum of nutrients, proteins, and enzyme.

Pollen is the male seed found in flowers and is required for the fertilization process of the plant. Actually, every variety of flowers in the world puts forth dusting pollen to survive and transfer genetic information to the next generation. Consisting of 40% protein, nutrients, and enzymes, bee pollen is the natural sustenance of the bee and is considered one of nature’s most completely nourishing foods. For exactly this reason, people have extracted bee pollen from beehives for centuries. And the best of all is that it is one hundred percent natural because it cannot be synthesized in a laboratory.

Some of bee pollen’s benefits, just to get you hooked:

  • It stimulates hair-growth because of its rich L-Cysteine content. Trust me on this one because it really works.
  • Rich in protein, even more so than meat.
  • Super healthy for the skin. Thanks to its high concentration of the nucleic acids RNA and DNA, as well as its natural antibiotic properties, it can prevent or treat acne, blemishes, eczema and psoriasis.
  • A powerful brain food, bee pollen kindles the memory and increases concentration levels.
  • It lowers stress-levels. Yeah guys, this is for real.
  • An immune system booster – hell yeah!
  • It helps control your appetite – so say goodbye to the munchies

Bee Pollen contains ALL the essential amino acids and has MORE PROTEIN than ANY MEAT consumption could provide! HOW AMAZING IS THAT?

How to take Bee Pollen:

Sprinkle 1 Tbsp. of bee pollen over your breakfast! This could be your daily oatmeal, yoghurt, granola, toasted bread or smoothie – or simply eat this superfood by it self!

Disclaimer: There is a slight possibility that your body will react negatively when taking bee pollen for the first time. Meaning:  You might end up with an itchy throat, a runny nose or other allergic symptoms. BUT DON’T WORRY! Simply reduce your intake of bee pollen and if you don’t experience any further reactions, continue increasing the amount again. 🙂

If you’re interested in knowing more about this super food, I highly recommend you check out this website.


This vitamin bomb is filled with good nutrients and is considered by many to be a veritable miracle cure. Furthermore, this power grass is rich in chlorophyll. Chlorophyll assists in the ejection of medicinal deposits and carcinogenic substances from the body. It also cleanses the liver and improves the oxygen transportation to the body’s organs. Regular wheatgrass intake helps with weight loss, improves blood sugar levels, prevents tooth decay, improves wound healing and prevents bacterial infections.

By the way: All it takes is 1 Tbsp daily, and the recommended dose of leaf green is covered! Unreal, right?

In terms of taste, wheatgrass is a bit of a challenge, but you’ll get used to it quickly. You can purchase wheat grass in various forms. In pellets, powder or capsule form. Be sure to go for the best quality.


These microalgae have it in them and are extremely valuable for our health! Full of proteins, minerals, and vitamins, both algae cover a person’s daily nutrient supply and detoxify pollutants in the body. It also improves skin tone and binds toxins such as heavy metals, so that they can easily be excreted.

What’s the difference between the two algae?

Chlorella has four times as much chlorophyll (that which we derive from leaf green) than spirulina and it is especially important for detoxification.

Chlorella is a real hangover basher!

Because most of the toxins are already flushed out, your body does not have to detoxify so much anymore.

Although Spirulina also detoxifies it is mainly known for its good nutrients. It provides a mega-dose of essential amino acids, vitamins, fatty acids, carotenes, minerals and trace elements, cleans our blood and helps to reduce allergies.

Both algae are the perfect companions for everyday life!

Small tip: Buy pellets or capsules, the taste is namely …how shall I say? Very algae & not everyone’s favourite 😉


These small seeds come from Central South America and have already been used by the Mayans as a remedy and energy supplier. The Maya gave the Chia seeds their name and translated Chia means “strength”.

They have a high content of omega-3 fatty acids, these are essential fatty acids, which our body cannot produce by itself and therefore we need to derive them from food.

Besides the good fatty acids, chia seeds contain a lot of protein, iron, calcium and zinc! So if you suffer from iron deficiency, you should really consider this little helper. Go Chia!

Small tip: Make sure you drink enough water because chia absorbs the fluid in our bodies. If you have ever mixed one tablespoon of chia seeds with water or milk, you know what I mean. They really swell up!


Having problems in the bedroom? Maca can help! Not only is it the virility enhancer of the Incas, but it is also a natural aphrodisiac that increases sexual desire. Maca has already helped many couples overcome certain difficulties and turned them into happy Incas. Have you the desire to have children? Because regular intake improves sperm quality, Maca improves your chances of getting pregnant,

Maca, the super bulb, not only improves your performance between the sheets, but it also is a great companion when doing sport and is therefore really perfect for athletes! 😉 Not only sportsmen love Maca. Maca keeps us awake and is therefore also great for those of us who have a lot of brainwork to do.

Whenever I feel a little groggy in the morning, I mix a teaspoon of maca into my breakfast. Maca has a spicy and nutty flavour and therefore is a perfect fit for almost every meal.

So go guys, go Maca yourself!


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