Entries tagged with “Superfoods”
Learn more about these under-the-radar Eastern superfoods.
Ginger is a powerful superfood that can increase brainpower, boost immunity … and maybe even fight cancer.
Eating a diet rich in greens can help you improve your blood pressure, boost your immune system, enhance your cardiovascular health, and even sharpen your mental capabilities. With shelter in place orders cropping up across the country as the coronavirus spreads, it’s never been a better time to focus on your garden.
Quinoa, açai, and maca first scaled the heights of health-conscious glory. Now meet the latest Peruvian powerhouses.
Reduce inflammation and increase your brain’s natural power
Olives are full of healthy fats that improve heart health and antioxidants that combat inflammation.
Whether you're an Aries prone to headaches or a Gemini that can't shake a cold, we've lined up the perfect superfood for your astrological sign.
Like serotonin for your soul, ginger root during the pandemic can be a balm for anxiety—among its many other benefits. Mary Novaria spins a yarn about how the superfood brought her relief.
This tiny root veggie is believed to make up 80% of our paleo ancestors’ diet and was even found in the tombs of the ancient Egyptians. It’s slowly making it’s way back into the superfood spotlight.
The Chaga mushroom absorbs and concentrates many valuable enzymes, nutrients and healing compounds that are bioavailable to the human body.
Chocolate, more specifically cacao, is a sacred and delicious medicine with countless benefits. So please, treat yourself.
Fight extra holiday pounds with this common spice.
Do your body a great kindness by adding more colors to your diet.
Read on for nutrition facts on getting protein from seeds and the best way to use each in your everyday routine.
With their abundant nutritional and medicinal properties, mushrooms are now considered a superfood—and there’s no reason you shouldn’t add a variety of these nutritional superheroes to your plate.
The Buzz On The Bizarre Superfood That Boosts Your Immune System
Chocolate is said to have one of the highest antioxidant activity levels of any food in the world, and it has been associated with cardiovascular benefits, improved memory, and improved mood.
An Excerpt from 50 Shades of Kale
This healthful, bright green tea is suddenly everywhere. Here’s why.
You don’t have to wait for Halloween to enjoy the newest protein in town.