It’s the year 2016 – and unless you’ve been living under a rock, you will have heard about superfoods.
We’re going to call out 5 of the top superfoods and why they’re so incredibly powerful!
Let us know by commenting below if you have anything to say about our choices!
In no particular order…
Kale is a popular member of the cabbage family and is known for being incredibly nutrient dense. A serving of kale has more absorbable calcium than a small carton of milk! Consuming kale in any form delivers fiber, protein, magnesium, omega-3s and a bevy of vitamins and minerals!
I often choose to toss a handful of kale into my blender when I’m mixing up a green smoothie!
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Wheatgrass juice is an effective healer because it contains vitamins A, B-complex, C, E, l and K. It is extremely rich in protein, and contains 17 amino acids, the building blocks of protein.
1 ounce of juice equates 2 pounds of produce nutritionally and it naturally shuts off the appestat in the brain!
If you decided to buy powdered wheatgrass juice 2 scoops would equate to 4 pounds of produce!
When we’re talking about the nutritional value of fruits – blueberries are in a league of their own! Although their vitamins do not compare to those of vegetables, the qualities that blueberries possess are
One study shows that blueberries are effective in improving memory in older adults. Another study found that obese men and women with metabolic syndrome had a lowered blood pressure and reduced markers of oxidized LDL cholesterol when they added blueberries to their diet.
Some test tube studies also suggest that they have anti-cancer qualities – this is very important now that cancer is a growing possibility in many of us.
Spinach is a green-leafy vegetable famously eaten by cartoon character, Popeye. This was one of the oldest children’s shows that promoted the consuption of vegetables. Popeye would guzzle down a can of spinach whenever he’d need to conjure enough strength to overcome a dialemma in the storyline.
100g of raw leaves will only contain about 23 calories. That same amount also provides 25% of your daily iron intake!
A mere 100g of the fresh greens will also give you 402% of your daily vitamin K requirements! Promoting the strengthening of bone mass and the prevention of neuronal damage, found in patients with Alzheimer’s disease.
This information only scratches surface on the many benefits of spinach! Click here to find out more!
Maca is a nutritionally loaded superfood that provides many health benefits when regularly incorporated into the diet.
Maca is often consumed either in it’s powdered form or as maca seeds.
Many people eat maca for it’s antidepressant qualities as it increases libido and alleviates depression and anxiety. Maca also has the ability to enhance the immune system and can reduce the effects of migraines by helping balance estrogen and progesterone levels in the body.
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Have superfoods helped you in any way?
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