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Using Super Foods to Boost Health and Mood

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Series: Food as Medicine Healthy Shopping Series | Episode: 12 | Runtime: 02m 10s | Release date: 2017

Super foods are low calorie, incredibly nutrient-dense foods that have a high impact on health. We talk all about their super powers and how to work them into your diet in this section. Why not maximize your nutrition by choosing a boost to flood your system with superfoods that nourish your cells?

Just a few of our favorites and regular go-to’s are:

  • Camu Camu powder (single best food-based source of vitamin C)
  • Maca (for your hormones)
  • Golden berries (widely considered to be a superfood that is loaded with nutrients and antioxidants that can significantly improve your overall health.
  • Mulberries (considered a superfood in large part because of the high amounts of antioxidants and resveratrol)
  • Raw Chocolate (for magnesium and improved mood).

Featuring:
Christa Orecchio

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Karen Myers | 1 year ago
Superfoods is a very confusing section. There are so many. It would be nice to have a blend to add to smoothies. They are so expensive to buy individually
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Jasmin Habelito | FMTV | 1 year ago
Hi Karen. Superfoods to can be used as a supplement to increase your nutrient density. You may check out our members' special page where you can get special discounts in the Food Matters store: https://www.fmtv.com/member-specials. I also recommend that you watch James here as he discusses the fundamentals of building your own perfect smoothie and getting that taste and nutrition ratio just right: https://www.fmtv.com/watch/fmr-building-the-perfect-smoothie. ~ Jasmin
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