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Superfoods

Super foods are nutritional 'powerhouses' - nutrient dense whole foods rich in vitamins, minerals, enzymes and other nutrients we need for optimal health and well-being.

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Super Foods Info

What are Super Foods?

Super foods are nutritional 'powerhouses' - nutrient dense whole foods rich in vitamins, minerals, enzymes and other nutrients we need for optimal health and well-being. They are generally packaged into supplement form while in a largely unprocessed state. This is because they're stand-alone nutritionally balanced foods, and typically just need to be dried or powdered for human consumption.

The range of super foods available is extensive and includes spirulina, chlorella, wheat grass, barley grass, bee pollen, royal jelly, kelp, acai, goji berries, chia seeds, maca root and many more. Each super food contains its own specific blend of naturally balanced health enhancing nutrients.

The following super foods have dedicated categories elsewhere on the site as follows:

Acai
Chlorella
Royal Jelly
Barley Grass
Kelp
Spirulina
Goji Berries & Juice
Wheatgrass
Chia Seeds
Maca Root

Super Food Benefits

While super foods offer a varied range of health giving properties, in general they are high in antioxidant value and promote cellular cleansing. They are a source of easily absorbed bioavailable nutrition, and some contain all essential nutrients needed for human health.

Super Food Side Effects and Contraindications

Because they are whole foods, super foods are generally considered safe when consumed as directed. Refer to specific headings for individual super foods to check precautions.

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    Having used for several years this is by far my fav greens drink and I highly recommend it. It is sweet for a greens drink (without the usual icky Stevia aftertaste) but this makes it perfect for mixing with water, and as I take liquid iron supplement I just mix the two and drink no problems.
    I would also recommend this product for anyone trying to lose weight. Initially i used it as a sweet craving replacement. Instead of dessert I would mix up a glass of vital greens. At just 40 calories and full of the vitamins & minerals your body needs I found it sated my cravings and I would stop wanting sweets. Really helped my energy and staying on track with my diet.

    C Stewart

    22/06/17

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    I really like this powder. I don't particularly like hot green tea so I mix this with Lemon Barley and drink cold, it's very refreshing. Have definitely noticed drinking this most days gives me more energy. Very strong so a packet goes a long way.

    Philippa

    21/06/17

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