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What is a Superfood?

From Nature to Nurture!

 

Super Food?

Food that links to great health benefits. Natural whole foods high in phytonutrients vitamins and minerals and antioxidants.

Some Incredible Benefits

  • Increased Fiber
  • Boost immune system
  • Nutrient dense
  • Reduce chronic disease and infection
  • Improve health and longevity

Popular SuperFoods

Walnuts & Almonds - Heart healthy brain food.

Blueberries - Filled with antioxidants and phytonutrients.

Broccoli - Cruciferous veggie packed with vitamins and minerals.

Wild Salmon - High in Omega three fat content.

Sweet Potatoes - Great natural sweet filled with vitamins and minerals.

Quinoa - A seed (most often thought as a grain) high in protein.

 

Lesser Known SuperFoods

Goji Berries - Chinese berry packed with antioxidants.

Cacao - Raw chocolate in it’s pure form.

Maca - A cruciferous veggie supporting hormones and improves libido.

Raw Honey - A pure sweet wonderful for allergies.

Spirulina - Highest amount of protein.

Hemp seed - Complete protein, good fats.

Coconuts - Pure sport water.  Highest source of electrolytes.

 

'Superfoods' Everyone Needs: Blueberries, Tea, Salmon, & More - Read!

David Wolfe on SuperFoods - YouTube - Watch! 

 

Nature has an amazing play ground of foods graciously grown and available for our health.  Cultures have harvested these foods for many a century

It’s up to you!

 

Kathleen Kasprzak

www.kkhealthcoach.com

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