Super Foods are considered to be much more powerful in terms of nutrient power. We combine super ingredients from all over the world to give you a wide range of 50+ superfoods which are the storehouse of micronutrients, protein, fibre and phytonutrients.
Dark green leafy vegetables (DGLVs) are an excellent source of nutrients including folate, zinc, calcium, iron, magnesium, vitamin C and fiber.Read More
Berries are a nutritional powerhouse of vitamins, minerals, fiber and antioxidants.
Originally from China, green tea is a lightly caffeinated beverage with a wide array of medicinal properties.Read More
Eggs have historically been a controversial topic in the nutrition world due to their high cholesterol content, but they remain one of the healthiest foods.Read More
Legumes, or pulses, are a class of plant foods made up of beans (including soy), lentils, peas, peanuts and alfalfa.Read More
Nuts and seeds are rich in fiber, vegetarian protein and heart-healthy fats.
Kefir is a fermented beverage usually made from milk that contains protein, calcium, B vitamins, potassium and probiotics.Read More
Garlic is a plant food that is closely related to onions, leeks and shallots. It’s a good source of manganese, vitamin C, vitamin B6, seleniumRead More
Olive oil is a natural oil extracted from the fruit of olive trees and one of the mainstays of the Mediterranean diet.Read More
Ginger comes from the root of a flowering plant from China. It’s used as both a culinary flavor enhancer and for its multiple medicinal effects.Read More
Turmeric is a bright yellow spice that is closely related to ginger. Originally from India, it’s used for cooking and its medicinal benefits.Read More
Salmon is a highly nutritious fish packed with healthy fats, protein, B vitamins, potassium and selenium.Read More
Avocado is a highly nutritious fruit, though it’s often treated more like a vegetable in culinary applications.Read More
The sweet potato is a root vegetable loaded with many nutrients, including potassium, fiber and vitamins A and C.Read More
Some of the most common varieties of edible mushrooms are button, portobello, shiitake, crimini and oyster mushrooms.Read More
Seaweed is a term used to describe certain nutrient-rich sea vegetables. It’s most commonly consumed in Asian cuisine but is gaining popularity in otherRead More