Did you know there’s a Peruvian root that’s been cultivated for thousands of years that can help with energy, fertility, hormonal dysfunction, depression, circulation, mental acuity, and more?
Mark Ament (owner of The Maca Team) has made it his life's mission to source the best quality, freshest Peruvian maca while keeping it as affordable as possible for all of us. He's doing a great job — his maca is truly the best. I can feel the difference in my vitality and I eat it regularly in smoothies.
Today, Mark is my podcast guest and we're talking about:
- what the superfood maca is
- what maca can do for your vitality and health
- why it's important to get fresh, high-quality maca (otherwise, it's a waste of money)
- ways to eat maca
- the difference between raw and gelatinized maca
- the intrigue that surrounds Peruvian maca and what The Maca Team is doing about it (hint: it benefits all of us)
Plus, the tip of the week!
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Tip of the Week: Easy Soft/Cottage Cheese
I've been making a really easy cheese lately. It takes me about 15 minutes over the course of 2-3 days. I explained how in the podcast. Traditional Cooking School members, you've got this on video in the members area (look in “Fun Stuff” when you're logged in).
About Mark Ament of The Maca Team
Mark Ament is the founder and owner of The Maca Team, LLC. He founded the company in 2009 to support his Raw Food students to achieve positive health gains. The company grew from a one man show to a family run company of Maca specialists dedicated to providing the most Maca has to offer. The Maca Team is proud to source and sell the best selection of high quality Peruvian Maca in the world. All Maca Team products are organically grown, fairly traded, GMO-free, fresh and potent.
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