There's a legend that goes something like this...
During the peak of the Incan empire, soldiers consumed a crop that's native to the mountainous regions of Peru known as maca to boost their strength. But after they finished conquering a city, the warriors were prohibited from using maca to protect their women from intense sexual desires.
Today, maca is one of the top superfoods in the world.... ››› more
December isn't only the month for cookies... it's also the perfect time to indulge in all things healthy and tasty! What better way to kick off your holiday mornings than with a detoxifying and purifying green smoothie bowl? Yup, we've got you covered!
This refreshing recipe includes a variety of top superfoods such as avocado, blueberries and superfood greens that will provide a natural boost ... ››› more
The acai berry is one of the newest foods to enter the world of superfoods. Native to Central and South America, people of the Amazon region have been using them for centuries. And it's clear as to why - the little berries pack incredible medicinal properties, which many people aren't aware of nowadays.
A potent energy and immune booster with disease-healing properties, the acai berries has onl... ››› more
Everyone's raving about the nutritional benefits of almonds right now. At a recent American Society Nutrition annual meeting, researchers presented six new super-interesting studies on the health benefits of munching on almonds.
I took a look at the findings and am going to share four of them with you. Read on for some seriously eye-opening, science-backed bennies of my all-time favourite snack... ››› more
It's so simple to give your epidermis an all-natural makeover by using some top superfoods! The DIY avocado and spirulina skin treatment I'm sharing won't only give you a gorgeous spring glow on the outside, but also comfort your entire body on the inside!
And, yes, these replenishing ingredients are literally good enough to eat - so feel free to lick them off your face!
Why your skin will l... ››› more
Kale, quinoa and coconut oil can move right on over - there are new superfoods in the spotlight!
Co-founder of Brighton Bone Broth Co, a New York City-based bone broth company that sells top-quality organic chicken and beef bone broth, Sarah Maber says that you've got to try the following four new superfoods.
Four new superfoods to add to your diet
#1: Bone broth
Of course bone broth is o... ››› more
Hemp is a superfood that's on everyone's radar right now. And for good reason - hemp in the form of oil, seeds or protein powder delivers the nutritional and medical benefits of the cannabis plant sans the “high” associated with marijuana.
If you think you know about all the health benefits of hemp, think again. New research has revealed new reasons to make this superfood a part of your wel... ››› more
In South Africa, heart disease is right up there with diabetes and HIV Aids as a leading cause of death. The good news is that we're now educated on how we can prevent heart problems like heart attacks and strokes.
Healthy habits like following a nutritious eating plan, exercising regularly and managing your stress levels can make a huge difference when it comes to preventing cardiovascular p... ››› more
I've been drinking green smoothies for breakfasts for a couple of years. It makes me feel somewhat accomplished when I'm able to squeeze in an intense workout and get two servings of fruit and vegetables before I even sit down at my desk in the morning.
But have you heard about the new thing about smoothies? I'm talking about smoothie bowls. They're awesome because you can make them into even m... ››› more
When you hear the word “spinach”, what's the first thing you think of? For me, it's the pipe-smoking cartoon sailor Popeye. He'd chow down a can of spinach for instant strength and muscles to fight villains. Do you remember him?
After watching that cartoon for most of my childhood, I was pretty disappointed when I eventually found out that eating a plate of this leafy greens doesn't actual... ››› more
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