The benefits of Superfood Powders

Written By Gracie 

If you are into healthy eating then you would probably have heard about these superfoods: maca, baobab, spirulina, chlorella, wheatgrass and acai. There are more, but I have chosen to focus on these 6 because they are the ones I regularly use. All these superfood powders are becoming more and more famous because of the endless health benefits that come with eating them, so I decided I would break it down and make it simple to understand the benefits of each one. All my facts below are based purely on research.

I love adding them to my smoothies in the morning and if you follow us on twitter you may see the odd picture of us making the powders into liquid shots. We love using Organic Burst and Naturya powders.


(Pic: A mix of the powders made into shots. The taste is pretty hard to stomach so you may need to hold your nose if you do it this way)


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  • Great for stamina and endurance
  • Boosts energy levels (research suggests that it has similar energising effects as caffeine, but is totally natural and caffeine free)!
  • Maca is a source of thiamin, riboflavin, vitamin B6, calcium and iron
  • Boosts sexual drive
  • A source of zinc, which is helps fertility and reproduction
  • Can help regulate hormonal activity


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  • Increases energy levels
  • Extremely high in Vitamin C and antioxidants (so it’s great to take if you are feeling run down or have a cold)
  • Anti-ageing. The antioxidants and high Vitamin C levels can help with anti-ageing by forming new collagen, which keeps you skin plump and elasticated
  • Boosts the immune system
  • High in potassium, which supports a healthy nervous system


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  • Incredibly high in protein, containing 60-70% complete proteins making it one of the richest protein content of all natural foods. (meat only contains about 25% complete protein)
  • Helps control blood sugar levels and cravings, which can help with weight loss.
  • High in vitamin B6
  • High in Iron
  • Boosts the immune system
  • Contributes to healthy heart function


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  • Great for digestion
  • Boosts the immune system
  • Packed full of vitamin B, which is great for healthy skin and hair
  • Packed full of iron and magnesium
  • High in Protein
  • Packed full of vitamin B12, so is great for vegetarians and vegans who don’t get it from eating meat.
  • Fantastic source of iron, which is great for the immune system
  • High in vitamin E, which can help protect DNA from oxidative damage and protect cells from damage.


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  • Excellent source of Iron, potassium, magnesium, phosphorus and zinc
  • Great for your digestive system
  • Cleanses the body
  • Helps curb appetite, so it’s good to take if you are trying to lose weight
  • Packed full of vitamin A, which helps promote healthy skin
  • High in fibre
  • Boosts the immune system


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  • Source of iron
  • High in fibre
  • High in calcium
  • High in vitamin A and E
  • Rich in essential fatty acids
  • Helps lower cholesterol
  • Contributes to healthy blood
  • The nutrients in acai can help protects you against illness
  • Boosts energy levels so great before a workout (and after)!
  • Packed full of antioxidants
  • Great for your digestive system
  • Anti-ageing properties
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  1. Very interesting. Thank you.

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