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08 Jul
4 minute read

The Best Superfoods - A to Z: Z is for Zucchini

Fitting to the warm weather, here’s a summer vegetable that will adapt to your meal preferences as a chameleon adapts to its environment: Zucchini.
09 Jun
3 minute read

The Best Superfoods - A to Z: Y is for Yogurt

Before becoming a replacement for ice cream running under the alias “froyo,” yogurt was a simple, mildly sour, thick liquid. People would devour it on its own or in combination with different ingredients and flavors—depending on what the heart desires. By offering calcium, magnesium, and potassium all at once, yogurt is unmistakably a mineral bomb that shouldn’t be missing from your fridge.
17 May
4 minute read

The Best Superfoods - A to Z: X Is for Xigua

Pink on the inside, green on the outside, Xigua, aka Citrullus lanatus, is hydrating, refreshingly sweet, and arguably the epitome of summer fruit. “Why haven’t I heard of this magical summer elixir before?” we hear you wonder. Well, you most certainly have. Xigua is Chinese for watermelon.
15 Apr
3 minute read

The Best Superfoods - A to Z: W is for Water

In the words of the German poet Hermann Hesse, water is not just water, “but the voice of life, the voice of Being, the voice of perpetual Becoming.” It also happens to make up 55-60% of our adult bodies and is a source of life for all beings on earth. Human beings have to take in a certain amount of water every day to survive. But how much water should you drink per day?
15 Apr
3 minute read

The Best Superfoods - A to Z: V is for Vanilla

Would you ever mistake the flavor of vanilla with any other? Of course not. Vanilla is not only the queen ingredient of baking but is also widely used in dairy products, beverages, perfume manufacturing, and aromatherapy. Besides its delicious scent, vanilla is packed with essential oils, vitamins, and minerals, making it an excellent daily diet component.
08 Apr
2 minute read

The Best Superfoods - A to Z: U is for Ugli Fruit

Jamaican Tangelo, or as we often call it, the ugly fruit, originated on the island of Jamaica at the beginning of the 18th century. It was exported to the US and England in the 1930-the 1940s. It is a natural cross of a tangerine or orange and grapefruit.
24 Mar
3 minute read

The Best Superfoods - A to Z: T is for Tomatoes

Can you imagine a world without tomatoes? Packed with antioxidants, minerals, and vitamins, this juicy superfood is an essential part of a good dietary habit. Fresh tomatoes with mozzarella and basil, pasta with tomatoes, classic tomato soup … a list of recipes with tomatoes are endless.
09 Mar
3 minute read

The Best Superfoods - A to Z: S is for Salmon

Originally native to the North Atlantic and the Pacific Ocean, salmon is currently farmed in many places. Packed with omega 3 fatty acids, high-quality protein, minerals, and vitamins, it truly deserves the reputation of one of the most fantastic superfoods in the world.
26 Jan
3 minute read

The Best Superfoods - A to Z: R is for Raspberries

Raspberries are among the most popular berries worldwide. Black, red, purple and golden, fresh and frozen - no matter! They are full of nutritional benefits for your health, skin, and hair.
12 Jan
3 minute read

The Best Superfoods A-Z: Q is for Quinoa

Despite its super nutritional value, quinoa (pronounced KEEN-wah) has become fashionable among foodies in recent years earning its well-deserved place among the world's most popular healthy foods. NASA has even approved this nutritional powerhouse as an excellent food for the astronauts during their long-term space journeys.
23 Dec
3 minute read

The Best Superfoods A-Z: P is for Potatoes

If there were a ranking of the most popular root vegetables - potatoes would have taken the first place. The cultivation of one of the world's most consumed root vegetable started in the 16th century in Europe, although its origin goes back as far as 13 thousand years ago. The "marketing campaign" of this crop has been led by France's Royal family with Queen Marie Antoinette wearing the potato flowers in her hair during the dress balls.
02 Dec
2 minute read

The Best Superfoods A-Z: O is for Oats

Oats or as they are formally called Avena Sativa, are not only a rich source of fiber, protein, and vitamins. This superfood also contains so-called smart carbs which help to produce serotonin. Thus, a bowl of oatmeal is both a healthy breakfast idea to start your day and a sleep-inducing and relaxing night meal due to its ability to create serotonin.