“Superfood” is not a scientific term, it is a marketing term. For our purposes then, we claim our superfoods are
vegan, non-processed foods and beverages with multiple health benefits in relation to nutrient density.
Eating “superfoods” will not make you invulnerable to disease or give you invincible super powers. Each individual has a unique physiology and requires food intake to meet these metabolic needs. For example, hypoglycemic nutrition requires a constant monitoring of blood sugar levels and so low glycemic fruits and veggies are needed. Or keto, paleo, and wheat-free diets preach low consumption of carbs, so even some of the healthiest fruits may have too much sugar to fit in with those diets perfectly. It is important to recognize your individual physiology and eat superfoods that meet your needs.
Our superfoods are vegan, non processed, high flavonoid, cannabimimetic and cannabinoid rich with a myriad nutritional and health benefits.
Berries such as blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, and strawberries – ultra-high in vitamin C, fiber, and manganese, which helps in the formation of tissue, bones, and more important body functions such as regulating sex hormones, metabolism, and blood sugar regulation. Blueberries and blackberries rank the highest among these berries in vitamin K. These are “good carbs”.
Nuts like almonds, walnuts, cashews, pecans, hazelnuts – full of plant protein, fiber healthy monounsaturated fats, which have been linked to reduced risk of cardiovascular disease. Super sources for protein, vitamin E, and B vitamins, and healthy fat. Nuts carry a wide variety of helpful minerals, percentages vary depending on the nut. They are dense with calories as well, but you could do much worse than overconsuming a few almonds.