Superfoods for New Year’s Resolutions

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Chia Seeds Deciding to make healthier lifestyle choices in the New Year can come with its challenges, but we have just the superfoods to help you out. Whether your resolution was to lose weight, eat more greens or just be more health-conscious, our superfoods (chia seeds, almond flour, spirulina, and goji berries) make achieving your goals in 2014 easy – and delicious.

Chia Seeds

Have you decided to eat less and make healthier choices for the new year? Chia seeds are a wonderful weight loss companion because they reduce food cravings and help you feel full faster. These little seeds can even help control blood sugar levels by slowing down the absorption of sugar into the bloodstream. Chia seeds are also the richest plant source of Omega-3, the same essential fatty acid found in salmon. Most American diets don’t include enough Omega-3, and this deficiency can increase the risk for chronic conditions associated with excess inflammation in the body. Enjoy this superfood in a chia seed pudding, cereals, drinks, or simply raw!

Almond Flour

If you have a fondness for delectable cakes, cookies, and muffins, then going cold turkey on baked goods can be pretty hard. That’s why so many of our customers love using nutrient-dense almond flour in their baking. Certified gluten-free and loaded with dietary fiber and protein, our almond flour is a top choice for low-carb diets and for those with a gluten sensitivity. The best part is that almond flour can be used as a direct one-to-one substitution for regular flour, so you can easily incorporate it in your recipes. It’s also a low glycemic food so you won’t experience a spike in blood sugar as you would with white flours.

Spirulina

Did you pledge to include more leafy green vegetables in your diet? Adding a teaspoon of spirulina to a salad dressing or smoothie can help you out with a major nutrient boost. Boasting all nine essential amino acids, spirulina is considered a complete source of protein. Spirulina’s protein content is over 80 percent digestible, which is greater than even red meat or soy. Beyond that, spirulina is plentiful in vitamins and minerals; it’s an excellent source of vitamins A through E, iron, potassium and calcium. Goji Berries As an added bonus, spirulina contains four times the antioxidant concentration of blueberries! It’s certainly not hard to see how spirulina gets its superfood status.

Goji Berries

Another member of the superfood kingdom, goji berries are a natural treat for anyone that wants to maintain a strong immune system throughout the year. Just one ounce of these super berries packs a daily serving of vitamin A, a critical element for stimulating your body’s natural defense system and promoting good vision and eye health. Goji berries contain even more vitamin C per ounce than oranges, an immunity-boosting nutrient that also supports the cardiovascular system. Goji berries are considered the world’s most powerful anti-aging food because of their incredibly high antioxidant levels. Enjoy goji berries in tea or soup for a sweet and chewy treat, or add them to cereal and yogurt for a nice crunch.

Which superfoods are you eating to keep your New Year’s resolutions?

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