Superfood Features – Kernel & Roast
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Superfood Features

Main features of Superfood are that they are “complete”, that is, never processed and have lost their properties in terms of nutritional values. The sum of the phytonutrients in their ingredients is another important feature of the süper nutrients that have a healing and strengthening effect on human health.

Prunes

Prunes, which are dried plums, are packed with polyphenols plant chemicals that have shown to boost bone density by stimulating your bone-building cells, according to research.

Sunflower Seeds

A quarter-cup of sunflower seeds delivers 14 grams of healthy mono- and polyunsaturated fats, which keeps your heart healthy and reduces your risk of cardiovascular disease.

Almond

With the consumption of almonds, the number of antioxidants in the bloodstream increase significantly, blood pressure decrease, and blood flow improve. Almonds are known to contain several useful substances, such as vitamin E, healthy oils, flavonoids, which may have fibre and antioxidant properties.

Tea

We drink 165 million cups of tea a day in Britain, and we're nothing if not predictable: the majority of cuppas we brew are black tea made with tea bags and topped up with milk, according to the UK Tea Council. Whether it's black, green or white, bagged or loose, hot or iced, with or without milk, tea is fabulous and so are its health benefits. Tea is a potent source of antioxidants called flavonoids. Many dietitians suggest that as part of a healthy lifestyle drinking tea may help protect against damaging free radicals and lower our risk of many health problems, including heart disease, stroke, cognitive decline, and cancer.

When we label these foods as 'super' and 'healthy,' people think they can eat them in unlimited quantities, But you do have to be cautious of the amount you eat because you can gain weight from overeating healthy food. Superfoods might be a good entry into healthy eating, and understanding the nutritional value of the food you eat can be enlightening. Still, there are lots of healthy foods out there to explore, even if no one is calling them "super."