Superfoods for Weight Loss

Before I started my healthy lifestyle journey and eliminated life-long anxiety through superior nutrition, I had never heard the term superfood and certainly didn’t know squat about superfoods for weight loss.  Wow has my life changed since then?!  Superfoods are now the cornerstone of my personal nutrition, and I’m happy to share about them with you.

Powerful Superfoods for Weight Loss and Overall Health

There is no formal definition of a superfood.  Superfoods are foods that are known in particular for their health benefits.  Some superfoods for weight loss are everyday staples such as bananas, apples, strawberries, blueberries, pomegranate, cherries, spinach, kale, swiss chard, broccoli, mushrooms, onions, avocado, walnuts, almonds, and chia seeds.  Others are more exotic, and you may not have heard of them – examples are hemp seeds, maca, spirulina, ashwagandha, mangosteen, goldenberries, quinoa, tempeh, and moringa. The idea of losing weight by consuming superfoods is that the body will be healthier when it receives high-nutrient foods (which is the opposite of the Standard American Diet (SAD) of low-nutrient foods).

You may be thinking this sounds like a foreign language, but don’t worry; there’s a no-brainer way to get started with superfoods.

The Easiest Way to Get Started with Superfoods for Weight Loss

You could research the above list, go to your local health food store, and figure out ways to incorporate them into your daily diet. OR you could start your superfood journey the way I did.  The way I got started using Superfoods for Weight Loss was with a product called Shakeology.  Shakeology is a daily superfood shake that contains the following (at the time of this writing, changes occasionally):

Superfoods for Weight Loss

Superfoods for Weight Loss

1. pea protein
2. flax
3. chia
4. quinoa
5. amaranth
6. cacao
7. maca
8. pea fiber
9. yacon
10. chlorella
11. spirulina
12. acerola cherry
13. chicory root fiber
14. camu-camu
15. pomegranate
16. sacha inchi
17. astragalus
18. bilberry
19. blueberry
20. goji berry
21. spinach
22. MSM
23. ashwagandha
24. cordyceps
25. amylase
26. cellulase
27. lactase
28. glucoamylase
29. alpha-galactosidase
30. invertase
31. kale
32. maitake
33. reishi
34. luo han guo
35. himalayan salt
36. citrus bioflavonoids
37. grape seed
38. green tea
39. rose hips
40. schisandra
41. tulsi
42. cinnamon
43. ginkgo
44. moringa

You can learn a little bit about each of these ingredients here.

As you can imagine, it might take a minute to buy all these superfood ingredients (if you can find them all) – see the below receipt from someone who purchased these ingredients himself.  And good luck mixing them all together and figuring out how to make it taste good.

Superfoods for Weight Loss

Achieving weight loss with superfoods is not only a wish, it’s proven.  Participants in a 90-day clinical study became an average of 9.3 lbs healthier and up to 24 lbs healthier.  And the cool thing is that participants’ weight continued to go down throughout the study (there was no plateau).  See below video for details.
 

 
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