10 Superfoods That Produce Drastic Health Results

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It's a common misperception that we are far better off today nutritionally than we were centuries ago, but nothing could be farther from the truth. Despite living in the 21st century with all of our modern technology and advanced farming techniques, we are severely undernourished when compared to our ancestors just a century ago.

In fact, the problem is so serious that the lack of proper nutrition is one of the biggest threats to our health and survival today. Fortunately, nature has provided us with 10 superfoods that contain vital nutrients that can help us to overcome the nutritional challenges we face today.

The Problem

Even though our stomachs are fuller than ever, especially when compared to those of our ancestors, it doesn't matter because most of the food we eat is junk! Our grandparents consumed fresh, nutritionally sound foods, meanwhile today our diets consist mainly of processed foods and fast foods, both of which are either completely devoid of nutrition or are in a form that our bodies simply can't absorb.  The end result is that despite eating more, our bodies are still being starved of vital nutrients.

But that's not the only problem we face. Even when health conscious people try to incorporate plenty of essential vitamins and minerals, proteins, fats and starches into their diets, this ultimately fails because the produce found in our supermarkets is vastly inferior to what our ancestors grew. Why? Because farmers today destroy the nutritional content of our foods by drenching crops in chemical insecticides, pesticides and fertilizers. The end result is food with a nutritional content that is one hundred times less than what our grandparents grew.

Then there is the problem of the toxins and contaminants we encounter in our everyday lives, which inhibit our body's ability to absorb what little nutrients there are in our food. In fact, the problem is so severe that you would have to consume 100 times the amount of nuts, meats, grains, vegetables or fruits that you currently do just to get enough vital nutrients. Needless to say, that's impossible. But there is a solution.

The Superfood Solution

Nature has blessed us with 10 superfoods that contain an incredible amount of nutrients and other key benefits that our bodies need. These superfoods take on many forms from plants to berries, seeds or nuts and may already be a part of your diet in modest amounts.

They include: Noni, Aloe Vera, Cacao, Spirulina, Chorella, Goji Berries, Maca, Marine Phytoplankton, Acai Berry and Coconut.

All of these superfoods provide an incredible boost of nutrients, leaving your body feeling radiant and revitalized.  But the benefits don't stop there.

Superfoods also boost and strengthen your body's immune system, which helps to fight off allergies and diseases. You'll also experience a significant increase in energy both mentally and physically.  Superfoods even help to reverse the signs of aging by infusing your body with new life and vibrancy, thanks to all of the beneficial nutrients they contain.

If you are truly concerned about living a long, active and healthy life, then you need to incorporate these 10 superfoods into your diet. The results you see will be absolutely incredible, so make sure that you take advantage of this wonderful gift from nature.

 

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Boro Petric has 1 articles online

Boro Petric is a highly-acclaimed, Swiss-born Longevity Strategist. He is a pioneer in bridging the body, mind, and Consciousness together through a powerful connection known as Super Health. As the creator of the LongevityMaxX Super Health Program, he has helped hundreds of people around the world achieve lifelong vitality. The remarkable and inspiring story of Boro's own personal healing journey has made him one of the world's foremost authorities on Longevity.

Meet Boro at http://www.longevitystrategist.com

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This article was published on 2011/04/20