Super foods are nutritionally dense foods, good for your health rich in nutrients like antioxidants, healthy fats, fibre & phytochemical’s.
Avocados – great for the heart as they lower cholesterol, high in ESSENTIAL natural fats, a complete fool abundant in all 6 Human Nutritional needs: water, fat, protein, natural sugar, vitamins and minerals. Great for skin, hair and nails.
Bananas – perfect boost of slow release energy, can help lower blood pressure, boost the immune system. Good for the nervous system and can stave off PMS symptoms.
Coconut oil – healthiest form of saturated fats, helps regulate hormones and thyroid function. Helps weight control and boosts immunity. Great oil for cooking with. Can be used externally as a moisturiser, hair mask, mouth wash and toothpaste.
Chia Seeds – chia seeds have two times more protein than most grains and five times more calcium than milk helping you maintain healthy bones and teeth. They keep you fuller for longer and are bursting with fibre. They have extremely high levels of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, soluble fibre, potassium and antioxidants.
Eggs – high-quality protein, eggs might give your meal more staying power too. Great for healthy eyes.
Nuts – they are a great source of natural protein which helps build and repair muscle. Plus, the potassium (twice as much as you get in two bananas) balances your electrolytes and fluids. Walnuts reduce bad cholesterol and increase good cholesterol.
Sweet potatoes – are so brilliantly orange thanks to their alpha and beta carotene. The body converts these compounds into the active form of vitamin A, which helps keep your eyes, bones and immune system healthy. These phytochemicals also operate as antioxidants, sweeping up disease-promoting free radicals
Spinach – is teeming with important nutrients: vitamins A, C and K—as well as some fiber, iron, calcium, potassium, magnesium and vitamin E. Spinach is an easy, delicious and good source of folate, a water-soluble B vitamin that helps produce DNA and form healthy new cells, making it especially important for mothers-to-be
Tea – is rich in a class of antioxidants called flavonoids. Regardless of the variety of tea you choose, maximize the power of its flavonoids by drinking it freshly brewed. We love Green tea.