Superfoods Supplements You Should Add to Your Diet

It feels like superfoods have become popular overnight and how wouldn’t they? Packed with so many vitamins and minerals that are great for out bodies, eating them could completely transform your health from the inside out. With so many superfoods available now, it may seem a bit confusing as to which ones you should be adding to your diet. Hopefully I’ll make things a bit clearer with my list of the superfoods supplements you should be putting into your daily diet.


Chia Seed

Chia seeds have become a craze among health food fanatics. They give you energy, improve your blood sugar levels, boosts strength and endurance and supports regular bowels. As well as being full of calcium, potassium, protein, iron and antioxidants. There really isn’t anything this superfood doesn’t do, the possibilities are endless, you could put them in a smoothie, on a salad or even make them into porridge.



This Brazilian berry will boost your energy and help you focus. It’s full of antioxidants, healthy fats and dietary fibre. It’s usually not available fresh, but it does come frozen or in powdered form making it easy to add to smoothies. Some of the benefits of consuming acai berry is that it aids depression and supports the cardiovascular system; it battles free radicals in the body and it keeps you full for longer aiding in weight loss.


Goji Berry

Goji berries are everywhere in the supermarkets now. They have been used by ancient Asian cultures for centuries to cure everything from eyesight to poor circulation. They are full of amino acids and antioxidants but apparently contain more than 20 vitamins and minerals. They are quite sweet so you can eat them like they are or add them to juice or a smoothie for a health boost.



This algae is packed full of vitamins, antioxidants and omega fatty acids. It’s a good source of omega 3’s for vegetarians or vegans. Spirulina will give you an energy boost, strengthen your immune system and can increase fat burning during exercise. It’s available in powdered and pill form, most commonly taken as a supplement.


Flax Seed

It is an excellent source of omega 3 fatty acids as well as other vitamins and minerals. The benefits of adding flax seeds to your diet include improved digestion, clearer healthier skin, lower cholesterol levels, reduced sugar cravings, fights off free radicals and helps with losing weight.


Matcha Green Tea

Matcha has been used in Japan since the 12th century and is one of the most popular teas today. Matcha is far less processed than regular green tea and that’s why it’s such a superfood. It contains many antioxidants, and one glass of matcha is equal to about 10 cups of green tea. Some added benefits of matcha are a balanced metabolism and lower anxiety.


 Manuka Honey

Manuka honey is like regular honey except it contains untouched, unprocessed, anti-bacterial properties. It has been said that Manuka honey can prevent cancer, reduce high cholesterol, reduce inflammation and irritable bowels, treat diabetes and treat eye, ear and sinus infections.


Coconut Oil

If you’re trying to lead a healthier lifestyle and work out more, then coconut oil should be replacing almost all the oil in your kitchen. Coconut oil is so much lighter and healthier than even olive oil, and it’s quite tasty too. It can boost your metabolism, even prevent Alzheimer’s, aid allergies, soothe digestion and eczema.


Hemp Seed

Hemp seeds contain all the essential fatty acids and fatty acids that are vital for your health. It’s one of the best vegetable sources of protein. Hemp improves organ functions, improves the cardiovascular system, lowers your blood pressure and boosts energy levels. Add the seeds on top of salad, or in a smoothie.

The list is really endless when it comes to superfoods supplements and their benefits. Which ones you decide to incorporate into your diet should be based on the decision on which superfood would give your body what it needs the most.

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