Superfoods – What does that mean?

The Macmillan dictionary defines Superfoods as food items that are considered to be beneficial to your health and that may even help some medical conditions. Examples of these, according to Wikipedia, would be berries, nuts and seeds in general, dark green vegetables (such as kale, collard greens, Swiss chard, Brussels sprouts and broccoli), citrus fruits, fatty fish such as salmon, mackerel and sardines, vegetables with bright, dark or intense colors (such as beets and their greens, and sweet potatoes), certain wild mushrooms, many legumes (peanuts, lentils, beans, raw cocoa), and whole grains as a group.

In our section of superfoods we list some of them and also give you some recipes, so you can include them in your daily diet, we try to only include easy to do recipes so everybody can use them regardless of your cooking skills. Also please be reminded that if you have a medical condition always consult with your doctor for what is best for you. Please be aware that the term superfoods is often misused for marketing purposes. We do not claim that the foods listed here will do miracles for you but we can assure you that they are selected because of the nutrition values they offer and that the they and the will be a much better food source that much of what the fast food orientated food industry offer these days in over-processed food items.

Some of the superfoods we look at here are:



Cocoa – Chocolate









Citrus Fruits



Red Wine

Clean Water

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