5 superfoods that won't disappear in 2020
The superfoods. Those foods that, worth the redundancy, it seems, have super powers. Beet has been proclaimed as the absolute winner this year, but there are some who frequent the lists of the top 10.
If you are always looking for and capturing new ways to give a boost to the nutritional contribution of your meals, read on. In addition, as including them in your diet is very simple, we have selected those that will not go out of style, pass the time that passes.
Blackberries are one of the superfoods par excellence. They are full of antioxidants and nutrients. They are also great for brain activity.
Hemp seeds are a source of proteins of plant origin that can be added to countless combinations. With yogurt, or as a 'crunchy' element in your salad they are a superfood with all its letters as they contain nine essential amino acids in addition to calcium, zinc, magnesium, potassium and vitamins A, C and E.
You did not expect this superfood, of that we are sure. But broth is one of the easiest ways to introduce vitamins and nutrients in your diet. The best way to do this is with vegetables and bones so that by cooking they release the beneficial vitamins and amino acids.
Whether natural or canned, sardines are one of the fish with the least amount of mercury, they are a very good source of omega-3, vitamin B12, D, calcium and magnesium. The best? This fish can be added in salads, as an entree and even as a snack.
You may not believe it, but the arugula you eat every day mixed with lettuce is a very powerful food. It is full of vitamin A and has large amounts of fiber.