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Maca is a potent superfood root from the Andes Mountains of Peru that has been prized for centuries by indigenous cultures due to its ability to nourish, increase stamina, boost libido, and combat fatigue. It is a complex, nutrient-dense whole food that is a good source of vitamins, amino acids, plant sterols, essential minerals, and essential fatty acids. Navitas Naturals Raw Maca Powder has a nutty butterscotch flavor that blends well in a variety of recipes.
Navitas Naturals Raw Maca Powder contains an abundance of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and plant sterols, including vitamins B1, B2, B, C, D, E, iron, potassium, copper, magnesium, selenium, phosphorous and calcium. It's a fiber-rich food and a vegetarian source of plant protein. Maca root is also a source of essential fatty acids, and it contains four unique alkaloids (Macaina 1, 2, 3, and 4) that studies have found to nourish the endocrine system. Maca is most often regarded as a powerful stamina booster, stress-soothing adaptogen, libido enhancer, and exhaustion buster.
To make Navitas Naturals Raw Maca Powder, our farming partners hand-select the finest raw maca roots from the Junin Plateau of the Peruvian Andes. The hardy, herbaceous plant is one of the rare botanicals that can thrive in such an extreme ecological zone. The raw maca roots are gently dried and milled at low temperatures to preserve the complex nutrition of the raw superfood. Product of Peru, Packed in the USA.
The mission of Navitas Naturals is to provide the finest organic superfoods that increase energy and enhance health. Our products are certified organic, kosher, gluten-free, non-GMO, and raw. Harvested from around the world, Navitas Naturals superfoods are a diverse whole-food source of antioxidants, protein, essential fatty acids, minerals, vitamins, and other key nutrients. We use methods such as freeze-drying and low temperature processing to ensure maximum nutrition and flavor.
Navitas Naturals Raw Maca Powder has a malty, nutty taste with hints of butterscotch flavor. It can be mixed easily into smoothies, shakes, energy bars, yogurt, and juices for a flavorful and healthy boost, and it can also be added to desserts, chocolates, and baked goods. Add some to your favorite pancake batter to create an energizing breakfast. The maca root is a common food among people in mountainous regions of Peru where it is often boiled and sliced — similar to potato chips. It’s also used there as a gruel with milk and is often cooked with potatoes, apples, oats, quinoa, or fava beans. A popular preparation of maca is ‘watia’, a traditional method of cooking with a hole dug underground and filled with layers of maca and hot coals to roast the roots.
Blend all the ingredients and enjoy! This recipe makes 2 servings.