Superfoods is a term for a nourishing, nutrient-dense food that does good things for your health. Incorporate these wholesome foods in your daily meal plan to feel better and more energized.

 Avocados

Avocado

This delicious fruit is rich in healthy fats. Regular intake of avocado is proven to lower your cholesterol by 22%. Avocados are also a rich source of fibre. Just one has more than half of your daily fibre requirements. Avocados also provide 40% of your daily folate needs, which can help lower your risk of heart disease.

Turmeric

Turmeric

Currently one of the most scientifically studied superfoods is turmeric and should really be in your daily diet. It helps with joint pain, arthritis and has also been linked to a delayed onset of Type 2 diabetes. In addition, it may even be helpful in the fight against Alzheimer’s.
Whether you are an athlete, an active person with a busy schedule, or are just simply looking for a way to lower inflamation in your body, turmeric is definitely our pick for the most helpful superfood.

 Spinach

Spinach

This green leaf is full of antioxidants, which helps to boost the immune system. Even better, spinach is easy to grow in your home vegetable garden as it has shallow roots and does not need full sun. It’s also been proven to be one of the most effective vegetables for fighting cancer. Other vegetables rich in antioxidants include asparagus, broccoli, and cabbage.

Berries

Berries

These sweet berries treat contain a concentrated amount of fibre, potassium, maganese, folate, vitamin C, and vitamin K. Blueberries contain the most antioxidants among commonly consumed fruits or vegetables. So what does this all mean? They help protect our bodies from cancer-causing free radicals and contain plenty of nutrients that support the immune system, nervous system, circulatory system, and digestive tract. They help both brain and heart.

Hemp Seeds

Hemp Seeds

Huo Ma Ren or Hemp Seeds also known as a “perfect protein” which means they contain all 20 amino acids including nine essential amino acids our bodies need to function properly. They also contain both Omega-3 fatty acids, which help in keeping your heart healthy and Omega-6 fatty acids, which help in hormonal imbalance.
Additionally, these tiny, tasteless seeds contain fibre, iron, and magnesium.
If you are looking for a way to add protein, healthy fat and fibre, then just add tablespoon of hemp seeds.

BEETROOT

Beetroot

Beetroots are known to be a great source of fibre, manganese, potassium, Vitamin B9, etc. Also the recent studies have shown that beetroot is great for muscle recovery. The presence of inflammation-fighting antioxidants and nitrates initiate healthy blood flow throughout the body. Results in quick muscle recovery and gives the body the ability to exercise more.