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5 Superfoods You Should Include in Your Diet

April 18, 2023

Discover the power of superfoods and how they can transform your diet. Try these nutrient-packed foods we recommend here for a healthier you!

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If you don’t feel as though you are as healthy as you could be, then now is the time for you to make a change.

Here are some of the top superfoods you should try to include in your diet today.

Dark Leafy Greens

Dark leafy vegetables are a brilliant source of nutrients.

These include folate, iron, magnesium, zinc and fibre.

Part of what makes dark and leafy vegetables so great is that they can reduce your chance of developing a chronic illness.

Examples of these are type 2 diabetes and heart disease.

They are also known for containing anti-inflammatory components, such as carotenoids.

These can protect you against some forms of cancer. If you want to incorporate leafy greens into your diet, you can explore kale, Swiss chard, turnip greens, spinach, and more.

Wooden tray of mixed berries in your diet are superfoods


Berries are a true powerhouse of vitamins, minerals and fibre.

They contain a ton of antioxidants, and they can also be used to treat a range of digestive issues.

They are ideal if you want to treat immune disorders, and some of the best ones to include in your diet are blackberries, cranberries, strawberries, blueberries and raspberries.


Another superfood that you should not be overlooking would be mushrooms.

Mushrooms can contain a lot of micronutrients, and they are low in carbohydrates too.

They are very high in niacin, iron and even selenium.

On top of this, you should know that mushrooms contain a great deal of potassium, so if you feel this is something you are low in, you should certainly consider including more of this ingredient in your diet.

Want to eat more mushrooms? Why not consider mushroom risotto recipes like this one?

Plate of yellow fluffy omelette is another superfood


Eggs are known for being one of the healthiest foods out there.

Whole eggs are rich in nutrients, including choline, Vitamin A, phosphorus, selenium, and iron.

One thing to know about eggs is that they are loaded with protein and remain one of the best ways to eat better without breaking the bank.

If you want to eat more eggs but don’t want to have the same boring breakfast every day, cooking an omelette is a great way to work around this.

You can add ingredients such as onion, spinach and cheese, which help add calcium and other essential nutrients to the meal.

Clear teapot filled with green tea is a superfoods diet

Green Tea

Green tea is a real superfood.

It’s rich in polyphenolic compounds and has strong anti-inflammatory effects.

Of course, one of the primary antioxidants that you can find in green tea would be EGCG (Epigallocatechin Gallate).

This is what gives green tea its ability to protect you against chronic diseases, such as heart disease and cancer. Check out our video about its beneficial effects on women with fibroids.

So, as you can see, there are many things you can do to try and include better superfoods in your diet, and if you follow this guide, you shouldn’t have a problem making sure that you are as healthy as possible.

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Editing by AskAwayHealth Team


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