On today’s episode of Live Lean TV, I’m sharing 4 ways to ruin the health benefits of superfoods.
By now we’ve all heard of how superfoods are amazing for your health.
However, did you know you could be ruining their super healthy benefits, by the way you’re eating them?
Here is the deal.
When you look at the cover of any health magazine, you will often see numerous superfoods listed in big bold headlines.
Superfoods are loaded with nutrients to get your body:
With that said, I’m all about filling your grocery cart with these superfoods.
However, you have to make sure you’re not ruining their health benefits by eating them incorrectly.
Eating superfoods incorrectly?
What ‘chu talkin’ bout Willis?
Here’s what I mean.
Food marketers will pray on your wants.
For example, everyone wants to be healthy.
However, most of these same people also want to eat superfoods that:
This is where the food marketers enter the picture.
Food marketers are all about processing and refining foods to make them convenient and tasty for the consumer.
They do this by adding sugar and unhealthy fats to these superfoods.
This is the part of the equation that is ruining these healthy superfoods.
Let me give you 4 examples of how superfoods are being ruined.
Coffee and green tea are high in antioxidants and nutrients.
These nutrients help promote fat loss through:
The caffeine also helps improve brain function.
However, when food marketers add multiple teaspoons of sugar, dairy milk, and cream to the mixture, it kind of negates the fat loss effects.
Live Lean Tip: Avoid bottled green tea with added sugar, and coffee with added milk and sugar.
This makes a creamy and frothy delicious treat.
Go try my coconut oil coffee recipe.
Blueberries and many other fruits:
However, it negates the health benefits of these superfoods when food marketers add in sugar and flour to make:
Let’s keep rolling.
Cold water fish, such as salmon and mackerel, provide a great source of:
However, it ruins the superfood power when food marketers offer frozen packaged, deep-fried fish options, filled with preservatives and sugary sauces.
Live Lean Tip: Avoid anything deep-fried.
Stick to fish that is:
If you’re buying fish from a package, always read the ingredients list.
The following vegetables are rich in vitamins and minerals, and loaded with cancer fighting antioxidants:
Live Lean Tip: Stop buying pre-made sugary sauces and fattening salad dressings.
Make you own salad dressing and sauces using olive oil, vinegars, and spices.
It’s quick, affordable, and delicious.
Take control back of what you’re feeding your body.
These are superfoods in their natural state.
These superfoods are ruined when they’re combined in a lab with other processed, refined, and sugary fattening ingredients.
It’s important to always read labels and prepare your own food by learning how to cook.
This is exactly what hundreds of other Live Leaners, just like you, are doing over at our inner circle site, Team Live Lean.
Our members have access to over 100 delicious and easy cooking lesson recipe videos, showing you how to make healthy meals, snacks, and sides with these superfoods.
As a member, you also get a weekly meal plan with cooking lesson recipe videos for every meal and snack.
In addition to this, you also get a 30 day workout program, every month.
You can get all of this by joining us at Team Live Lean.
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Brad Gouthro is the founder of Live Lean TV, a media company focused on helping men and women “Live Lean” 365 days a year. Brad’s programs and content have helped millions of people all over the world learn how to get in shape, and more importantly, sustain it for life.