Do You Know Which Superfood Is Best For You?

Are you eating the right superfood for your health goals?

Tal Garner
Created by Tal Garner
On May 12, 2021

Whether you're looking to simply eat healthier or you have a targeted goal (clearer skin, stronger immune system or to lose weight), superfoods are key to your journey! Superfoods have been given that title because they're typically nutrient-dense and provide incredible benefits. With superfoods, there's no going wrong, but complete the quiz to find out which is best for you!

Firstly, what's your most important goal?

How often do you workout?

How many days of the week do you get at least 7 hours of sleep?

What's your favorite way to get some cardio in your day?

Do you often feel stressed?

How many meals a day do you eat?

Are veggies typically included in your dinners?

Lastly, pick your favorite dessert among these:

Avocado

Avocado

Based on what you've told us, we believe avocados should be your go-to superfood! Lucky for you too, because they're delicious! You can do so much with an avocado, for instance: mash it up and make guacamole, put it on toast, make dressings out of it, slice it up and put it in salad. The options are limitless. Health wise? This food is incredible. Avocados are super high in fiber, healthy beneficial fats, and 20 vitamins making them extremely nutrient dense! Go ahead, add more avocados to your life.

Ginger

Ginger

Oooooh, ginger! Based on what you've told us, we think this could be a great superfood for you to add into your life. Maybe you're looking for more immune support, which ginger is very well known to provide. More specifically, it's loaded with antioxidants, compounds that prevent stress and even helps your body fight off chronic diseases including high blood pressure and heart disease! Try some ginger in your tea or in stir-fry!

Kale

Kale

Based on your responses, kale could be a great addition to your daily meals. And it's one of the most versatile superfoods - nice! So... What makes kale such a superior food? Well, it's absolutely jam-packed with vitamins, rich in antioxidants and fiber. All of these things make it great for your bones, your mind and your muscles. Kale can be easily added to smoothies, a base for salads, or even used as chips!

Which of these top superfoods do you eat most of?

Kale

Almonds

Salmon

Berries

Avocado

Broccoli

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