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Your Daily Dose of Superfoods

We’ve all heard the buzz about superfoods—foods that can single handedly raise us from the dark depths of junk food into the glorious light of health consciousness. But what exactly is a superfood? What do they do? And where on earth can you find these extraordinary things?

It’s important to note that superfoods don’t have superhero powers and the best way to attain the highest level of holistic health is through a good ol’ balanced diet and lifestyle, but seeking out nutritionally-rich foods is undoubtedly a step in the right direction for better health and a better you. Superfoods are foods that have unusually high levels of antioxidants, vitamins and nutrients that make it easier and more efficient to fill up on the healthy things our bodies need.

Adding superfoods into a balanced diet may increase your overall health with bonuses like increased energy, weight loss and improved mood. The best part is we’re lucky enough to live in a region that’s rich with these types of foods—walk into our stores and you’re surrounded by alive and vibrant whole foods loaded with nutrients. Take your health up a notch with these elite foods:

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These nuts are a perfect crunchy snack and are packed with Vitamin E, magnesium and high-quality protein. Find them raw in our bulk section or get your fix by incorporating almond flour or almond milk in your cooking.

 

 

 

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Seafood has played an important role in human diet since prehistoric times due to its high levels of protein, Vitamin B12 and omega-3 fatty acids that contribute to healthy brain function. Get your salmon fix even in the off season with our frozen Lummi Island Wild reefnet caught sockeye!

 

 

 

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This dark leafy green has been deemed the unofficial symbol of health and wellness. Swap your salad’s iceberg or Romaine lettuce with it for a boost of Vitamins A, C and K and muscle-building protein. 

 

 

 

 

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Dark berries like blueberries, blackberries and raspberries are renowned for their antioxidants that help protect healthy cells and can improve the immune system.

 

 

 

 

yogurt300x300Low Fat Plain Yogurt

Spoons up for low fat yogurt that offers a boost of calcium, Vitamin B-12, potassium, magnesium, plus protein. Probiotics, or “friendly bacteria,” are an added bonus for improving digestion and immune support.

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