A superfood is essentially defined as a food that is high in antioxidants and has higher than normal concentrations of crucial phyto nutrients. Many of these have been proven to help prevent and in some cases, reverse the effects of aging. Most superfoods contain rare trace minerals and other cellular materials and should contain most of the 8 essential amino acids that are used to create all the proteins our body needs.

List of some of the top superfoods:

Almonds, Brazil Nuts, Hazelnuts other Tree Nuts
Apples & Oranges
Broccoli & Onions
Acai, Blueberries, Bilberry, Goji Berries & Raspberries
Pumpkin, Quinoa
Most seeds, lentils, walnuts & Buckwheat
Kefir & Truly Fermented Yogurt
Eggs & Radishes
Wild Salmon
Garlic & Oats

Non-Foods Category

Red Wine, Matcha Green Tea
Honey, Umeboshi Plums
Wheat Grass
Fermented Miso
Marine Phyto Plankton
Irish Moss, Dulse, Bladderwrack & sea vegetables
Aloe Vera
Blue/Green Algae
Rose Hips


*These would be most beneficial in their whole state or “Organic” as nutrient and trace mineral amounts greatly deplete the more a food is processed or the longer it has been picked from its environment.


Foods that are fermented create a plethora of nutrients from rich antioxidants to probiotics and have been ingested by many for thousands of years. From Miso, Yogurt to Kombucha, all have vast amounts of known and believed unknown health benefits for an assortment of ailments.

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