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Can Superfoods Improve Your Health?

What are Superfoods?

They are foods with much more than the usual amount of nutrients, including protein, amino acids, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and phytonutrients. For people with busy lifestyles who want to eat something quick and healthy, or people on a diet who do not want to risk nutritional deficiency, superfoods are a great benefit. Superfoods with no animal product are especially useful to vegans. Many natural foods contain a great supply of one thing or another- the trick is to combine them into the right blend to make sure you have got something with enough of everything. Superfoods can help you meet your dietary requirements for vitamins, minerals, and protein.

What are Common Superfoods?

1. Alfalfa sprouts (sprouting) 2. Kale 3. Mung bean sprouts (sprouting) 4. Wheatgrass 5. Dandelion greens 6. Parsley 7. Spinach 8. Swiss chard 9. Watercress 10. Zucchini 11. Lettuce 12. Broccoli 13. Beet greens 14. Carrots 15. Brussels sprouts 16. Cabbage 17. Celery 18. Collard greens 19. Kale 20. Radishes 21. Turnips 22. Tomatoes 23. Celery 24. Cucumbers 25. Jicama 26. Asparagus 27. Avocados 28. Okra 29. Sweet potatoes 30. Parsnips 31. Pinto beans 32. Peas 33. Brussels sprouts 34. Mung beans 35. Lima beans 36. Pumpkin 37. Zucchini 38. Squash 39. Sweet potatoes 40. Artichokes 41. Cauliflower 42. Strawberries 43. Blueberries 44. Blackberries 45. Cherries 46. Watermelon 47. Rhubarb 48. Apples 49. Bananas 50. Papayas 51. Peaches 52. Nectarines 53. Apricots 54. Mangos 56. Guava 57. Pineapples 58. Raspberries 59. Grapes 60. Grapefruit 61. Kiwi fruit 62. Oranges and 63. Plums

What are The Benefits of Eating Superfoods?

1. They have been shown to help with weight loss 2. They can help with brain function 3. They can promote heart health 4. They are a rich source of antioxidants that fight free radicals 5. They can help fight cancer 6. They can help with digestive health 7. They have been shown to improve skin health 8. They are high in fiber 9. They can keep the body strong and build muscles 10. They can help treat diabetes 11. They have been shown to lower cholesterol 12. They can help with menopause symptoms 13. They can help with menstrual pain and cramps 14. They can reduce the risk of heart disease 15. They can treat skin conditions 16. They can help you lose weight 17. They can help with arthritis 18. They can help you sleep better 19. They can fight dementia 20. They have been proven to prevent and treat cancer 21. They are high in calcium 22. They can reduce the risk of stroke 23. They can help fight depression 24. They have been shown to lower blood pressure 25. They are high in iron 26. They can treat asthma 27. They can reduce the risk of heart attack and strokes 28. They can help with weight loss 29. They can help treat insomnia 30. They are high in potassium 31. They contain phytoestrogens 32. They can reduce the risk of diabetes 33. They are low in fat 34. They can help with arthritis 35. They reduce inflammation 36. They are high in vitamin A 37. They can prevent osteoporosis 38. They have high levels of antioxidants 39. They contain fiber 40. The fiber helps you feel full longer 41. They are high in calcium 42. They contain linoleic acid, which can lower your cholesterol 43. They can help treat depression 44. They can reduce high blood pressure 45. They contain magnesium and 46. They help you maintain a healthy weight

Superfoods are high in Anti-oxidants

Anti-oxidants are the very thing that allows oxygen to keep us alive. Its ability to bond with other atoms can cause it to become somewhat disruptive. In particular, free radical oxygen can cause dangerous chain reactions within your body chemistry and even mutations that can damage cells or lead to cancer in the worst case.

Anti-oxidants prevent these chain reactions by adding an electron to the oxygen molecule. It’s best to get your antioxidants from fruits, greens, or vegetables or something made from fruits, greens, or vegetables.

Alkalinity and Superfoods

Some superfoods boost alkalinity. You may have heard about the alkaline diet, designed not only to help you lose weight but to raise the body’s pH, reduce acidity and lessen the likelihood of cancer or arthritis. The alkaline diet is mostly vegetarian, without meat, dairy products, most grains, refined sugar, or processed foods, but with soybeans, nuts, legumes, fruits, and vegetables.

As you can see, superfoods have a wide number of health benefits. Adding superfoods to your diet via food intake or superfood supplements can greatly improve your health.

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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

About Author

Elded B. Taylor, M.D.

Elded B. Taylor, M.D.

Eldred Taylor, M.D. is a well-known, dynamic speaker and expert on Holistic Functional and Anti-Aging Medicine. Dr. Taylor is the President of the American Functional Medicine Association, a national non-profit organization, which educates healthcare providers and the public on functional (holistic) medicine. Dr. Taylor is a pioneer of bio-identical hormone replacement and has over twenty years of experience in this field. Dr. Taylor has traveled the world educating thousands of doctors and pharmacist on how to treat patients with bio-identical hormone replacement. As a hormone expert, Dr. Taylor has also been featured on many television, radio, and podcast shows. Dr. Taylor has helped thousands of patients with bio-identical hormone replacement. Dr. Eldred Taylor has practiced holistic and functional medicine for over 25 years. Dr. Eldred Taylor provides cutting-edge hormone replacement for men and women. Dr. Taylor specializes in salivary hormone testing which is much more accurate than blood testing in diagnosing hormone disorders. Dr. Taylor specializes in hormone pellets for the treatment of hormone deficiencies which affects men and women as they age but can occur at any age.

Dr. Eldred Taylor is the co-author with his wife, Ava Bell-Taylor, M.D, of two must-read books, Are Your Hormone Making You Sick? and The Stress Connection, and also a sought-after radio and television personality who has been featured in local and national publications.

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