Superfoods, how many of these do you know?

What makes them so super, right?

It wasn't even until the late 1990's that the term 'superfood' came about. A superfood is a food that has gained recognition due to the proven health benefits and/or exceptionally high nutritional content. Below is a long list of proven superfoods in each category, for you.

How many are in your diet?

Super berries

Acai Berries

Aronia Berries

Bilberries (Wild Blueberries)

Blackberries

Black (and Red) Raspberries

Black Elderberries

Cranberries

Lingonberries (Cowberries)

Maqui Berries

Super Fruits

Acerola Cherries

Avocado

Blood Oranges

Camu-Camu Fruit

Dragon Fruit

Mandarin Oranges

Mangosteen Fruit

Manzano Bananas

Passion Fruit

Pomegranate Fruit

Prunes (Dried Plums)

Purple Grapes

Queen Garnet Plum

Rambutan Fruit

Super Legumes and Grains

Barley, Hulled

Black Beans

Buckwheat Groats

Cannellini Beans and Navy Beans

Kaniwa Grains

Lima Beans

Quinoa Grains

Red Kidney Beans

Super Top Bulb Vegetables and Roots

Black Radish

Burdock Root (Gobo)

Garlic

Purple Carrots

Red Onions

Sunchokes (Jerusalem Artichokes)

Turmeric Root

Oca Root

Super Brassica Vegetables and Salad Greens

Arugula (Salad Rocket)

Black Kale (Cavolo Nero)

Brussels Sprouts

Broccoli

Broccoli Sprouts

Collard Greens

Dandelion Greens

Garden Cress

Garland Chrysanthemum (Shungiku)

Curly Kale

Mache (Lamb's Lettuce)

Microgreens

Mustard Greens

Purple Cauliflower

Radish sprouts

Red Cabbage

Savoy Cabba

Swiss Chard

Super Seeds and Nuts

Almonds

Chia Seeds

Grape Seeds

Sacha Inchi Seeds

Walnuts

Other Superfoods

Artichoke Hearts

Buckwheat Honey

Dark Chocolate

Grape Leaves

Matcha Powder

Moringa Leaf Powder

Mushrooms

Pine Honey

Spirulina Powder

resource(s):

http://www.healwithfood.org/superfoods/


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