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What are Super Foods

What are Super Foods

Superfood is a term used to describe food with high phytonutrient content and other power-packed nutrient values that are massively abundant and bio-available to the human organism. For example, blueberries are often considered a superfood (or superfruit) because they contain significant amounts of antioxidants, anthocyanins, vitamin C, manganese and dietary fiber.

Superfoods are vibrant, nutritionally dense foods that have recently become widely available and which offer tremendous dietary and healing potential. Delicious and incredibly nutritious plant products such as goji berries, hempseed, cacao beans (raw chocolate), maca, spirulina, bee products, and others listed below are considered to be Superfoods.

As powerful sources of clean protein, vitamins, minerals, enzymes, antioxidants, good fats and oils, essential fatty and amino acids, and other nutrients, they represent a uniquely promising piece of the nutritional puzzle.

  1. Marine Phytoplankton
  2. An Alkalizing Concentrated Green Superfood Powder
  3. Blue Mangosteen Fruit
  4. Acai berry
  5. Super Mushrooms: Cordyceps, Reishi, Agaricus Blazei, Maitake
  6. Coconuts and Coconut Butter
  7. Raw Olives and Olive Leaf Extract
  8. Figs
  9. Pumpkin Seeds and Chia Seeds
  10. Noni Fruit Extract

For more information on raw superfoods, turn to leading raw food expert David Wolfe’s new book Superfoods: The Food and Medicine of the Future


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