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Health Benefits

Butternut Squash

This carotenoid rich vegetable provides significant amounts of potassium, important for bone health and vitamin B6, essential for the proper functioning of both the nervous and immune systems.

Sweet Potato

Full of nutrients, sweet potatoes have been used in traditional Chinese medicine for years for people to overcome frail and deficient health conditions.


Ginger’s warming quality improves and stimulates circulation and relaxes the muscles surrounding blood vessels, facilitating the flow of blood throughout the body and supports digestion.

Yellow Onion

The health-giving properties are mainly due to three chemical ingredients found in the onion family: fructans: part of the fructose (fruit sugar) family and contribute to the digestion by helping to form good intestinal flora. It is therefore a good protection against cancer; organosulfides (allicin): the pungent substance causing you to weep when peeling onions acts as an anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial agent, and is supposed to be an active defence against hypertension and arteriosclerosis. Flavonoids are antioxidants which protect against risk of cancer and heart attacks.


Garlic is known to be one of the oldest cultivated crops; it has been grown since Neolithic times. In fact, garlic was used and revered for its life-giving properties throughout ancient China, Japan, Egypt, Greece, and the Middle East. It’s fitting that garlic, an herb with such an extensive and distinguished history, is associated with bestowing long life to those who consume it regularly. Dr. L. Svendsen and colleagues at the Department of Chemistry, Aarhus University, Denmark, conducted a study in 1994 to assess the anti-aging capability of garlic. Their experiment used several laboratory dishes of human skin cells to which they added various amounts of garlic extract. The skin cells were allowed to reproduce while the scientist’s monitored their health and life span. According to Dr. Svendsen’s article in the Journal of Ethnopharm Acology, the cells supplemented with garlic were healthier and lived much longer than the non-supplemented cells.


Science tells us that cinnamon is a potent anti-viral, anti-bacterial, and anti-fungal food. Chinese Medicine categorizes cinnamon as a Kidney Yang (warming and drying) tonic that chases cold and damp away. - See more at:

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