Super Food Series

Bringing to you a collection of “Super Foods” to take your diet to the next level. Ranging from everyday treats like some chocolates, to seeds and beans that can provide that extra lift to your meals.

Chia Seeds

These tiny little bursts of nutrition are one of the richest sources of plant-based omega-3 fatty acids you can get your hands on. They are jam packed with antioxidants, protein and minerals, alongside soluble and insoluble fibre that contribute to a healthy digestive system.

These little gems are perfect if you’re trying reduce your calorie intake, due to an unusual property. They swell to more than 5 times their weight in liquid, so adding a couple spoonfuls to your meals will help you feel fuller faster. They are also virtually tasteless so they can be added to almost anything from smoothies, to sauces, to salads.

Pomegranate Seeds

The pomegranate is a very unique fruit with powerful properties. This fruit contains a powerful antioxidant called punicalagin, and is responsible for the majority of the antioxidant activity in pomegranate juice. It also contains phytochemical which is proven to have blood pressure reducing properties. But one of its most powerful properties is that it is also, one of the few foods that contain natural Aromatase Inhibitors, an essential substance that inhibits the production of Oestrogen, which can reduce the risk of Breast Cancer.


Asparagus isn’t just a famous aphrodisiac, it also has a wealth of health benefits. This powerhouse of nutrition consists of copper, selenium, vitamin B2, vitamin C, and vitamin E. It is a very good source of dietary fibre, manganese, phosphorus, niacin, potassium, choline, vitamin A, zinc, iron, protein, vitamin B6, and pantothenic acid.

To top it off, the asparagus has anti-age properties due to the levels of Folate found in stalk. Studies have shown that folate aids the brain’s fight against cognitive decline. Asparagus, as well as other leafy greens that deliveras well as other leafy greens that deliver works well, in tandem, with vitamin B12 (found in oil fish, meat and dairy) to help prevent cognitive impairment.


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