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Natural Superfoods

In order to be healthy, exercising is necessary, but what you eat is very important. In this article we will show you some of nature’s SUPERFOODS.


Kale is full of Iron, Calcium, vitamin C, which helps with your immune system and optimizes the work of your liver. Some of its nutrients may protect you of macular degeneration. Spinach contains many antioxidants and anti-inflammatories, and only a cup of this vegetable is enough to provide your body with the daily dose of vitamin K and Calcium needed to prevent bone loss.

2. Organic nuts Walnuts, almonds, pistachios, Indian nuts, Brazilian nuts and many more…

They contain omega 3-acids, fiber, unsaturated fats, which can help with weight loss, lower your cholesterol, lower the risk of cancer, and better your heart health. Only a small handful of these healthy snacks are recommended daily, and it is very important to mention that the beat ways to eat them are raw or dry, because high temperature can ruin their nutrients.

3. Organic coconut oil

What is characteristic about extra-virgin coconut oil is lauric acid, which is rarely found in nature. When we consume this kind of oil our body takes the lauric acid and turns it into monolaurin. Coconut oil has many benefits your organism like anti-viral and anti-bacterial properties. And it is eve good for your skin, it brings back it flexibility and can prevent creating strechmarks. Other benefits of coconut oil are: healthy metabolism, energy supply, optimizing the work of the thyroid gland.


Quinoa is gluten-free, and it’s high I fiber, Magnesium, B-Vitamin, E-Vitamin, ect. Quinoa also contain 9 amino acids that the human body can’t produce on its own.



Quinoa is native to Bolivia and is a relative of Swiss chard, spinach and beets—bet you didn’t know that. What’s more, it’s comes in three varieties (whole grain white, red and black) and it’s a nutritional powerhouse.

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