Super foods can reduce our risk of chronic diseases such as heart disease, strokes and cancer. They are nutrient powerhouses which contain a high level of vitamins and minerals that our body requires for healthy growth. Whilst there is a whole world of groceries making up the ‘superfood’ category, we’re going to look at a few of our favourites:
Who knew that these tiny purple berries could be so full of nutritional goodness! With just one cup serving fibre (4 grams), vitamin C (24% of RDA), vitamin K (36% of RDA) and manganese (25% RDA), blueberries have the highest antioxidant capacity of all commonly consumed fruit and veg…
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