Now is the time to take hold of your personal well-being and increase your productivity … with Superfoods. Eating superfoods are an easy addition to your diet for a better and longer life!
By doing so now, you don’t experience what some people feel like looking at their savings account upon turning 60 and thinking: If only I had put just a few dollars more into my 401K…
What are the “extra dollars” you should be depositing every day into your body’s physical “account?” Superfoods are nutritionally dense and provide a powerful dose of health in every bite. Only the very best foods are given this title.
This concept helps people with creating diets that provide excellent nutrition. It’s not possible to only eat superfoods, but it is a good idea to incorporate superfoods regularly into your diet.
They are mostly plant-based but there are some animal-based superfoods, too.
UCF Health: Superfood for Super Health Separating Hype from Science
Dr. Maria Cannarozzi is board certified in internal medicine and pediatrics at the University of Central Florida College of Medicine. In this video, she gives simple but extremely practical advice for adding superfood choices for eating healthfully based on science – not marketing hype.
When you start exploring superfoods, you’ll find thousands of options online, everything from vitamins to smoothies to oils. But we can help you cut through the noise and discover the simplest ways to add four categories of superfoods to your lifestyle, choices that will extend your life.
Instagram influencer Mona Sharma breaks down some of her favorite superfoods in a recent post, writing:
It’s no surprise that some of the best foods for your gut microbiome are the same for your brain, for boosting energy, for promoting good mood and even fertility!”MONA SHARMA
We’ll focus on the four main superfood categories in this article—greens, fish, nuts, and berries.
One of the most popular superfood categories is dark, leafy greens like kale, chard, collard, and spinach. They contain lots of essential minerals and are full of fiber, as well as cancer-fighting agents. It’s easy to prepare these greens for eating. Just chop and steam them or sauté them with a bit of olive oil.
Many green superfoods contain Sulforaphane, a compound with powerful healing properties, a contention backed by scientific research.
Dr. Rhonda Patrick blew viewers’ minds on The Joe Rogan Show talking about how to find Sulforaphane in broccoli greens.
Berries are known for their high antioxidant content, and that’s partially what makes them a popular superfood. There are many different kinds of berries and nutrition profiles, but you can add most berries to salads, smoothies, and oatmeal. Berries are one of the easiest superfoods to incorporate into your family’s diet.
Watch the famous mycologist and mushroom expert Paul Stamets make his daily smoothie with superfood berries and fungi extracts!
Paul Stamets’ Signature Smoothie Recipe
Fish is known colloquially as “brain food” for good reason. It contains omega-3 fatty acids which help boost brain function. Plus, it’s a great lean source of protein. Salmon is the fish with the highest levels of omega-3. Try it smoked, grilled, or steamed.
The Watch Superfoods YouTube channel recently broke down some key benefits of eating salmon in particular. The video includes a few facts about the superfood and one delicious recipe.
Nuts & Seeds
Finally, nuts and seeds are full of essential nutrients. Ancient humans knew this and they continue to be a staple in the diets of the healthiest people on earth. Nuts and seeds are full of healthy fats in addition to their robust mineral profile. Plus, they’re easy to eat as an anytime snack.
Regardless of your lifestyle, you need to consider incorporating some of these superfoods into your regimen. They are quite amenable to even the most hectic on-the-go schedules.
The experts at Superfood Evolution break down all the best nuts and seeds for your Superfood diet.
Types of Nuts and Seeds
Remember to look for ethical and sustainably produced superfoods to maximize your impact on your immediate environment. Their preparation doesn’t need to be fancy. What’s more important is that you are getting all the essential vitamins and minerals for living a long and healthy life. Start eating them today to put yourself on the pathway to a healthier, happier, longer life.