Yes I admit have gotten on to the Super food bandwagon. I did do my research, reading articles, magazines, the Internet and watching TV programmes which involved interviews with experts . They did conclude not all foods could be considered super foods but all agree they are good for a healthy lifestyle.
I have to agree with them because a lot of the food I eat are in the super foods category. What I have done is to add the ones I didn’t eat often or was not aware of into my eating plan.
I have noticed that I lost a few pounds when I tried out online recipes and books. The one I will highly recommend is Jamie Oliver’s Super foods. I watch an (recorded) episode of the TV series then try out the recipes. They are absolutely delicious.
There is one that I really think is dangerous to call super food -:dark chocolate, the reason is quite simple you could end up eating too much of it. I am not really big on chocolate, I have actually stopped eating the dark ones, I was only able to eat something small pieces back then, I actually threw out my last pack even though I ate it just once. I didn’t want it in my fridge anymore, lol. These days I snack on nuts and seeds.
I can see myself been a superfood fan for life, even though it is expensive, the way I see it is you can’t put a price on good health.