How To Add More Superfoods Into Your Diet

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How to add more superfoods to your diet ? Here are 7 great ways to get yourself integrating more of them in your daily routine.

Try One New Superfood Each Week

There are a number of superfoods, and trying them all may feel overwhelming. Create a plan and make it a mission to try one new superfood each week. Some of these foods may be tricky to find, so you can explore your community and learn about some new stores and markets. Start with
the superfood you’re most interested in trying and add it to your meals this week.

 

Try with a Friend

Try some of these new superfoods with a friend. For example, you might buy some maca root powder and split it with them. You’ll save money on the item (just in case it’s not for you), and you’ll be able to share your experiences with one another. It’s fun to try new things, and even better when you do it with a friend.

 

Make Your Food at Home

Including superfoods into your daily diet can be tricky if you are always on the go. If you eat out often or take advantage of delivery, it’s tough. You can, however, integrate more superfoods into your diet, and eat healthier, if you make more meals at home. And you can really control the ingredients. For example, make your own ketchup instead of buying it. Make your own almond milk or nut butters. Grinding up almonds to make almond butter can be taken to the next level when you add a bit of honey and cacao nibs to it. Chocolate almond butter, yum!

 

Sneak Them into Your Meal

Many of these superfoods, and superfoods from the past, work quite well as side dishes. They don’t have to be your meal; they can be a side dish or seasoning. For example, the cold buckwheat groat salad recipe makes a great side dish. And turmeric can be added to a number of savory sauces and spice mixes.

Keep Eating the Other Foods That You Know Are Good for You

Superfoods are great. But they’re not a cure all. You also want to make sure that your general diet is healthy. Focus on eating whole foods; foods that are not processed and are in their most natural form. A healthy whole foods diet gives your body the foundation that it needs to function optimally. You can then add superfoods into your diet to not only increase your results, but to also take your health and wellbeing to the next level.Use superfoods as a booster, rather than a way to recover from damage incurred by your other eating habits.

Keep the Superfoods That You Enjoy and Experiment with Them

You’re not going to enjoy every superfood on this list. You might find, for example, that watermelon seeds just don’t taste good to you. That’s okay. You don’t have to eat all of these superfoods. The goal is to find superfoods that you enjoy and to integrate them into your lifestyle.

 

Pay Attention to How You Feel

Finally, it should always be part of your awareness to pay attention to how foods make you feel. This is how you uncover foods that maybe you’re sensitive to, and discover foods that really help improve your health. Consider keeping a food journal. Pay attention to things like your mood, your focus and mental clarity, your skin, your energy levels, and your digestion. These are all valuable signs that a food is working for you or against you.

Conclusion

Eating healthy is about cutting sugar and fueling your body with whole foods. Superfoods can be a part of a healthy diet to help you lose weight, have more energy, and feel great. The 10 superfoods we’ve listed are a great start to a healthier year and a better you.

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