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MacaInfo.org Offers In-Depth Answers the 20 Most Common Questions People Have about Maca
Date:6/26/2013

LOS ANGELES, June 26, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- MacaInfo.org, a website that is devoted to answering the 20 most common questions people have about the maca supplement, has just launched its brand new and easy-to-navigate site. The website features helpful short videos as well as educational articles about maca for athlets, men and women.

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Why has Maca grown in popularity?

Although maca has recently grown in popularity, a lot of people still have questions about it. Athletes often want to know if the natural supplement can help them during sports, and both men and women may wonder how maca can improve their health. This is where MacaInfo.org can be extremely helpful—by watching the Maca Question Videos and reading the articles, people can learn a great deal about maca and decide if it's something they want to try.

Some of the most common questions people have about maca, the new website noted, is about the herb itself. For example, what is maca, and what impact can it possibly have on health?

What do the videos on MacaInfo.org contain?

As one of the short videos and accompanying articles explains, the maca root, which is grown in the highlands of Peru, is considered by some to help with a variety of health conditions including stomach cancer, tuberculosis, leukemia, depression and erectile dysfunction. In addition, the article said, maca is often thought of as an "effective aphrodisiac food" because of its ability to help improve the mood and reduce stress. For a woman who is just entering perimenopause, the article noted, maca may provide welcome relief from some of the uncomfortable symptoms she may be experiencing.

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