- A great source of minerals and B vitamins.
- Rich in iron, calcium and zinc.
- A high-fibre food.
Known as “the lost crop of the Incas”, maca has been eaten in Peru for thousands of years and its reputation is testament to its enduring popularity. Maca has a high mineral content, and is rich in iron, calcium and zinc. It is also high in vitamin B2 (riboflavin), and a source of B6 (pyridoxine), and rich in amino acids. Maca is classified as an alkaline food, which allows it to counteract acidity in the body.
100% Organic Maca Powder
How to Use:
Gradually introduce maca powder to your diet up to a daily dose of 1-2 tablespoons.
Try adding maca to porridge, granola, cereals, smoothies or including it in your home baking.
If you have any health concerns, consult your doctor or nutritionist.