Superfoods are becoming more powerful and you’re going to start seeing them everywhere.
From powders to oils to pink pineapple, superfoods offer multiple health benefits, are environmentally sustainable and they taste great making them easy to market to consumers.
Avocado oil improves heart health and skin quality • Contains high levels of antioxidants and healthy fats
Elderflowers boost immune system • Contain anti-inflammatory properties that help reduce arthritis pain • Help regulate blood sugar levels • Whole Foods named this edible MVP of 2018
Maqui berries contain high doses of antioxidants • Help regulate blood sugar levels • Aid in digestion and boosts metabolism
Mushrooms are full of vitamins, fiber, iron and zinc • Contain a high number of antioxidants
Moringa powder is packed with vitamin C, iron, calcium, potassium, and amino acids • Anti-inflammatory • Natural energy booster without caffeine
Peas are packed with vitamins • Hypoallergenic – safe for those with food allergies
Pink pineapple contains lycopene, an agent in cancer prevention • Has lower levels of enzymes found in conventional pineapple
Watermelon seeds are an excellent source of magnesium, vitamin B, monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats • One cup of sprouted and shelled seeds contains 31 grams of protein