Do “Superfoods” really work? According to the British National Health Service ‘there is no real evidence for the existence of’ superfoods’.
It’s a relatively new word: #superfoods. But what is a “superfood”? Something is called a superfood when it has a lot of vitamins, minerals, anti-oxidants etc. But why are these products exotic? Avocado isn’t called a superfood but it’s full of vitamins and healthy fats. Broccoli contains a lot of antioxidants and isn’t a superfood either. So what’s the deal?
Just like an overpriced wrinkle cream. It’s all marketing. There isn’t a “superprofit” on Broccoli, but supermarkets make a big flip on blueberries.
I made you a top 10 cheapest-foods-list that are super healthy, perfect to keep your skin healthy, and super cheap. And have the same benefits as “superfoods”
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