Superfood

Superfoods are everywhere nowadays, quite popular, and often expensive. Superfoods can be a great addition to your diet, but be aware because not all claimed benefits have been scientifically proven. Only a well-balanced diet will provide you with all the nutrition you need.
With that said, we have actually experienced the benefits of many superfoods, and they are great products to cook with.

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Kale

Kale provides more antioxidants than most other fruits and veggies! It’s a great source of fiber, calcium, and iron, and it and prevents skin elasticity by UV radiation.

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Hemp seeds

These essential fatty acids also have omega 3, and= 6 as well as GLA in the perfect balance. They’re also rich in vitamin E and help reduce cholesterol and slow digestion.

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Flax seeds

Flax Seeds are rich in omega 3 and lignans, which is a type of plant that lowers female estrogen levels. It also helps lower blood pressure and cholesterol.

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Pistachios

Pistachios have protein, fiber, and potassium. Research suggests pistachios can significantly reduce levels of the bad type cholesterol (LDL) while boosting antioxidant levels.

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Avocados

Avocados are a rich source of monounsaturated fat. They also provide potassium, vitamin E, B vitamins, and folic acid and support hearth health, weight management, nutrient intake from other foods, and your mood and energy levels.

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Goji berries

This fruit contains all 18 amino acids as well as vitamin A, B1, B2, B6, and E. They are packed with more iron than steak and spinach and more beta carotene and vitamin C than carrots and oranges..

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Almonds

Almonds contain fiber and a healthy dose of potassium, calcium, vitamin E, magnesium, and iron. They support weight maintenance, hearth health, strong bones, and blood sugar regulation.

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Pumpkin seeds

Like chocolate, they’re a good source of tryptophan, which is a mood-elevating amino acid.

Salmon

Salmon

Salmon is packed with protein and omega-3 fatty acids, which studies suggest may help reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.

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Quinoa

Quinoa provides all essential amino acids that we can't produce ourselves and is filled with protein. It helps with blood sugar control, building muscle tissue, and cardiovascular health.

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Dark Chocolate

It’s loaded with magnesium, manganese, copper, zinc, and phosphorus. Studies suggest chocolate may help strengthen bones, hydrate the skin, lower blood pressure, and sharpen thinking.

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Chia

Chia has lots of essential fatty acids and is loaded with magnesium, iron, calcium, potassium, and fiber. It offers sustained energy, high fiber, and high perfectly digestible protein for muscle and tissue regeneration.

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Green tea

This strong antioxidant and natural diuretic supports fat loss and improves blood sugar and circulation.

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Oatmeal

Oatmeal is high in fiber, antioxidants, and tons of other nutrients and has been shown to help lower cholesterol levels, aid in digestion, and improve metabolism.

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Black beans

Black beans are loaded with protein, fiber, and flavonoids, which are antioxidants that help your arteries stay relaxed and pliable.

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Blueberries

Blueberries are filled with fiber and vitamin C. Studies suggest blueberries may even improve memory, improve motor skills, help lower blood pressure and reduce the signs of skin aging.