Why Superfoods Really Are So Super
We live in a society where eating healthy and getting the best nutritional value are essential to everyday life. “Superfoods” have become popular among people of all ages. Superfoods are almost always whole, natural foods—some of which can be grown in your own garden. A few of the more popular examples include blueberries, pomegranate, avocado, salmon, broccoli, spinach and oranges. These foods have exceptionally high phytonutrients and antioxidant contents with tremendous health benefits. Try these recipes that include just a few of the many superfoods that can take your good health to an even greater level.
Seared Salmon with Blueberries
Broccoli and Cheese
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