Superfoods are nutrient-rich, known for boosting health and well-being
Though they aren’t legally or medically defined, superfoods are nutrient powerhouses that deliver mega-doses of antioxidants, vitamins, polyphenols and minerals, thus eating them offers multiple health benefits. As a result, consumers of superfoods are healthier and thinner, and eating these powerhouses may reduce your risk of chronic disease and prolong your life.
The fact is, we can find many "superfood" benefits in our daily foods. Some even contain more benefits than the so-called superfoods.
Does this mean you shouldn’t eat products labeled “Superfood?” No. You can include them in your menu, but you don’t need to do it at the expense of the regular vegetables, fruits, seeds, and legumes you already know and love.