Top 7 Superfoods to add to your everyday diet

Have you ever wondered how active individuals / celebs have the best skin care regime and ageless tendencies? It isn't from using enhanced chemicals and Tresemme shampoo. 80% of the power lies within the food we eat on the daily basis. Below are some of the best superfoods to add to your daily diet. 



Ran out of grapes and blueberries? That's okay, because Açai (pronounced ah-sigh-ee) is a great substitute. These berries have significant nutrition attributes when eaten fresh. It has a high level of antioxidant activity similar to cranberries, but more than what's been found in blueberries and strawberries. They're low in sugar and contain excellent amounts of iron, calcium, fiber, and vitamin A.


Yep let's go guys. It's time to enhance your salad eating tactics. Kale (like Açai) is very high in antioxidants. It's loaded with compounds that are believed to have protected effects against cancer. No one wants cancer. Three more benefits of Kale include: Vitamin A, C and K. Let's not forget about Folate. It's a B vitamin that's key for brain development. 


Remember what your DAD TOLD YOU. He would never lead you down the wrong path. Just one cup or broccoli provides over 100% of your daily need for vitamin C and K it's also a good source of vitamin A, folate and potassium. Folate has been shown to decrease the risk of breast cancer in women. I promise you will look younger if you, add this to your second and third meal everyday (thanks to vitamin C)


If you're thinking about going to the Chinese restaurant, order this right away. The chemical composition of seaweeds is so close to human blood plasma, that they are excellent at regulating and purifying our blood. It's high in calcium and contains up to 10 times more calcium than milk and 8 times as much as beef. 


Your low sodium, Mrs. Dash seasoning can now be put to great use! Salmon provides important amounts of the antioxidant amino acid: taurine. It's an excellent source of niacin, omega-3 fatty acids, protein, phosphorus and vitamin B6. 


Listen kids, we know you love frosted flakes and all, but this is better. FIBER RULES. Oatmeal is a carbohydrate and protein-rich source that provides calories and energy. It has been proven to protect skin, support weight loss, prevent diabetes, boost heart health and reduce colon cancer. 


Sorry kids, but Dad has one last announcement to make: DITCH YOUR FRUIT ROLL UPS and grab a pack of almonds. According to the FDA, eating 1.5 ounces a day of must nuts, like almonds, may reduce the risk of heart disease. Many of the nutrients in almonds help contribute to increased heart health. Almonds are rich in magnesium, which is critical in preventing heart attacks and hypertension.