Superfood Health Benefits

(Cacao - the delicious bean that gives us chocolate is a source of magnesium and protein)

Eating healthy doesn't mean that you stop enjoying food. On the contrary!!
You choose a healthier, upgraded version of what you love. And if we put natural, organic, healthy foods into our body, doesn't it seem totally reasonable that it will have a good effect on our moods, energy, thoughts, happiness, health, awareness … and on our overall quality of life?

Putting the focus on what is healthy and what we can choose - not on what we are “missing out on” - is one of the secrets.
Another secret that most people don’t realize is: the higher the quality – the lower the quantity. When eating that way, quite naturally and easily we may overcome 
our cravings and lose weight.

So, What are Superfoods?
Superfoods are foods which are extremely highly concentrated in nutrients, not created in a lab by scientists, and have been consumed by native people in various parts of the world for thousands of years. Adding them to our daily diet can be highly beneficial. 

Have one Superfood Smoothie a day and feel the difference.
These heritage foods help us upgrade ourselves instantly. You might be familiar with some of them already, but if not, don’t worry. Within a few days of using them you will be comfortable with their unusual names and feel as if they have always been a part of your life. 

There are many different SuperFoods. To name just a few:
Hemp (hulled seeds and powder), Gogi Berries, Cacao Beans, Maca Powder, Chia Seeds, Spirulina, and Mulberries see the list below in our superfood products...

 

 

Superfood Green Smoothie MixSuperfood Smoothie Mix

Wheatgrass - is a source of vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin K, B vitamins and iron.

Chlorella - a green algae it is nature's highest source of chlorophyll.

Kelp - a brown algae it is a source of iodine.

Spirulina – is a powerful green algae. It is high in protein, B vitamins and low in sugar.

Maca – a Peruvian root that is a source of protein, fiber and essential amino acids

Lucuma – is a sweet fruit from Peru, also known as "Gold Of The Incas." It is a source of iron, B3 and fiber.

 

 

Superfood Oatmeal Breakfast ToppingBreakfast Topping with Coconut

Coconut shreds – source of healthy fats.

Cacao - from the cacao bean it is a source of magnesium and protein.

Chia Seeds – a powerhouse of nutrition this seed packs omega 3 fats like no other seed.

Mulberries – these dried berries are an excellent source of Vitamin C, potassium and iron.

Goji Berries – little red berries packed with vitamin C, protein, vitamin E and fiber.

Hemp – hearty hemp is naturally high in plant protein, fiber, iron, calcium and magnesium

 

 

Superfood Oatmeal Breakfast ToppingBreakfast Topping with Acai 300g

Cacao - from the cacao bean it is a source of magnesium and protein.

Chia Seeds – a powerhouse of nutrition this seed packs omega 3 fats like no other seed.

Mulberries – these dried berries are an excellent source of Vitamin C, potassium and iron.

Goji Berries – little red berries packed with vitamin C, protein, vitamin e and fiber.

Hemp – hearty hemp is naturally high in plant protein, fiber, iron, calcium and magnesium

Acai – this tropical purple berry is source of dietary fiber, vitamin A and calcium.

 

 

Superfood Mt Green Smoothie MixMr Green Mix 100g

Mucuna -  are seeds from a climbing vine found in countries like India or Brazil. They were used as foods and in traditional folk and Ayurveda to support mood and digestion.


Cinnamon - a fragrant spice that warms your heart. Source of chromium.

Tulsi - an Ayurvedic herb also called Holy Basil. 

Wheatgrass – is a source of vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin K, B vitamins, iron, copper, zinc, manganese and selenium.

Chlorella – a green algae it is nature's highest source of chlorophyll.

 

 

 

Superfood Mrs Green Smoothie MixMrs Green Mix 120g

Maca – a Peruvian root that is a source of protein, fibre and essential amino acids

Shatavari – a herb traditionally used by Ayurvedic practitioners for women's health

Spirulina -  is a powerful green algae. It is high in protein, B vitamins and low in sugar.

Turmeric – an Indian spice traditionally used for it's culinary flavour and benefits. 

Kelp – a brown algae it is a source of iodine.

Acai –  this tropical purple berry is source of dietary fiber, vitamin A and calcium.

Ashwagandha – is an Ayurvedic herb that grows in India, the Middle East, and parts of Africa. 

Cacao – from the cacao bean it is a source of magnesium and protein.

Reishi Mushroom - has been traditionally used as a medicinal mushroom

Tulsi – an Ayurvedic herb also called Holy Basil

Cinnamon – a fragrant culinary spice that can warm your heart.Is a source of chromium.

Wheatgrass –  is a source of vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin K, B vitamins and iron.

Chlorella – A green algae it is nature's highest source of chlorophyll.

 

 

 
 
 
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