Are Superfoods Really Good For You?

Supercharge Your Mind and Body with These Mind-Blowing Superfoods

Ever wished you could fuel your brain and body like you fuel your car? With the right blend of quality ingredients, your mental and physical states can actually reach peak performance. Let's embark on an international journey to uncover superfoods that not only tickle your tastebuds but also pack a hefty punch of nutrients. Ready? Your passport to wellness starts now.

Let's take a look at some of our favourites


The Acai berry comes from the Amazon rainforests of Brazil. Harvested in a sustainable manner, Acai contains a pigment called anthocyanin, which gives it the purple colour. Studies reveal that acai may help boost brain function as well as improving cholesterol levels. It is high in calcium, magnesium, Vitamin E and iron. Just add 1 teaspoon to porridge, yogurt or smoothies!


Moringa is a shrub/tree that grows practically across the entire planet, in tropical and subtropical regions. Moringa leaves offer the highest protein content on the planet, at an incredible 30 %! Added to its impressive nutritional performance, we have before us the Miracle Tree, as it is known in many regions of Africa, Mother Africa! If you are truly and fully into superfoods, trust us when we tell you that Moringa is probably among the Top 3 best foods in the world and this is why:

Calcium: Compared to milk, a conventional source for calcium, Moringa offers a staggering 20-fold increase in this bone-strengthening mineral.

: This wonder plant makes spinach look like a slacker, providing a whopping 25 times the iron content.

: Forget bananas; Moringa serves up 15 times the magnesium to help with everything from muscle function to bone health.

: Next to Moringa, even meat falls short; expect 11 times more zinc for your immune function and metabolism.

Vitamin C: Oranges have long been the Vitamin C go-to, but Moringa outclasses them with seven times the amount for boosting your immune system.

And also a great detoxifier, given its high chlorophyll content.

Sweet and slightly bitter, moringa in its powdered form is easily dissolved in water and can be added to yogurts and smoothies or added to energy ball recipes.


Ashwagandha, known as Indian ginseng is used in Ayurvedic medicine. With adaptogenic properties, it is commonly used to increase energy and stamina, improve health and wellbeing, treat inflammation, stress and much more. It is naturally rich in potassium, magnesium, calcium and fibre. It can be added to smoothies or lattes.


Deliciously sweet and packed with health benefits, this superfood is a nutritional superstar. It's rich in anthocyanin and antioxidants, which are fantastic for your well-being, along with a variety of vitamins and minerals. Notably, its high Vitamin C content is a great for combating fatigue and boosting energy. It's both gluten-free and lactose-free. Plus, its abundant potassium content makes it even more of a health gem. To top it all off, this scrumptious treat is lovingly hand-packed and freeze-dried to preserve all its natural goodness.

Check out the delicious smoothie below

Fruity Deep Purple Smoothie

1 ripe mango, peeled

½ banana, peeled

1 tablespoon of Natural Blackcurrant Powder

½ cup soft fruits (blueberry or raspberry)

1 cup of water

Dice the mango, blend all the ingredients together, pour in to a glass, sit back, relax and enjoy!