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What are "superfoods"?
  • Superfoods are healthy foods that have been proven in research to be beneficial to a person's diet. Some examples of superfoods are green tea, blueberries, dark chocolate/cocoa, kale, pomegranate, almonds, and acai berries.
  • While superfoods don't cure ailments like cancer, they can offer various health benefits, such as providing additional nutrients and fiber.
  • It is best to integrate superfoods into a well-rounded diet. For example, if you have a diet that is high in coffee, you may choose to work in green tea. Which superfood you choose depends on a person's diet and what they want to achieve.
  • A single superfood won't offer a miracle cure or fix; rather it's a healthy diet with various foods working together that will help someone see results.
  • The more colorful your plate, the better. Different color foods have different antioxidants. Check out to learn how you can create healthy and colorful meals that include food from all five food groups.