Nutritional superfood is made solely from dried organic plant substances that have a high nutritional value — rich in vitamins, minerals, amino acids, trace elements, antioxidants, and more — and can be assimilated in roughly fifteen minutes. These powdered supplements can be easily stirred into or blended with fruit juices, vegetables, or water.
They nourish at a highly potent level, and relatively small amounts go a long way! They are targeted to give an all-around range of necessary nutrition and to provide bedrock care at the deepest level, giving the body true nourishment to which the varying chemistries found in medicinal plants can be added.
They are ideal for young growing bodies, the elderly, the pregnant, or simply as a good beginning to the day for everyone. But they are vital where primary feeding is essential, especially in all forms of wasting diseases, including cancer and myalgic encephalomyelitis (chronic fatigue syndrome).
Superfood is good for convalescence of any kind, as it supports the body and involves minimal digestion. It is also excellent for toddlers, children, and teenagers, giving them the building blocks for healthy, vibrant growth.
For teenagers worried about weight yet needing nutrition, this is the ideal food. For students, often away from home, taking superfoods makes a good daily addition to cafeteria food. Anybody can use it as a quick meal substitute. Men and women who are prone to low blood sugar levels, perhaps associated with candidiasis, find it a good food that is capable of supplying a calorie-free snack between meals.
It is ideal for supporting women premenstrually, helping to balance the liver, hormones, blood sugar levels, and mood swings.
Key ingredients in quality superfoods include spirulina, blue-green algae, chlorella, barley grass, alfalfa grass, wheatgrass, purple dulse seaweed, and nonactive yeast flakes. Other highly beneficial foods include beets, spinach leaves, rose hips, orange peel, and lemon peel. Spirulina and blue-green algae are indeed the most concentrated, nutritious foods on the planet.
They are the highest natural source of complete protein known (75 percent). Chlorella is second only to spirulina in food value. It is an extremely concentrated source of nutrition and complements spirulina well. Barley grass, alfalfa grass, and wheatgrass are wonderful healing grasses and are bulging with highly assimilable vitamins, minerals, enzymes, phytochemicals, and chlorophyll. Purple dulse seaweed is an extremely rich source of assimilable minerals. It contains most of the minerals and trace minerals known.