5 Healthiest Foods Not To Skimp In Your Super Food Diet

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Successful people in business are also successful in other areas of their lives and know the best super food to eat that gets them through the day. Their energy levels come down their choice of the healthiest foods to eat for breakfast.

Motivational speaker, Tony Robbins said,
“If you want to be successful, find someone who has achieved the results you want and copy what they do and you’ll achieve the same results.”


As many successful people are incorporating superfoods such as acai berries, salmon, avocado, mangosteen, oats, nuts, eggs and berries into their breakfast menus, perhaps we too should copy their food choices?

1. Acai Berries

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Oprah Winfrey together with Dr Nicholas Perricone, a dermatologist and nutritionist, created a list of the top ten superfoods you should eat every day, which included acai berries.

These power packed berries are grown in the Amazon rainforest in Brazil and taste like a chocolate and berry mixed together. Acai berry are one of the most nutritious foods known to mankind and a bursting with antioxidants, essential fatty acids and amino acids.

It helps promote muscle contraction and cardiovascular and digestive health, as well as reducing the effects of premature aging.

Researchers from Texas A&M University agree and say that if we drink acai berry juice daily, we can significantly increase the amount of antioxidants in our blood, which helps to improve the neurological processes in our brains.

We could incorporate acai berries into our breakfast menu by adding them to our cereal, drinking acai juice or blending them into a smoothie.

2. Mangosteen

Dr Mehmet Oz, host of the Dr Oz Show, created his own list of the top 5 superfoods and suggested that mangosteen would be a great breakfast choice.

Mangosteens are a tropical fruit grown in Indonesia. The Dr Oz Show stated that this delicious fruit is very high in antioxidants as well as in vitamins A and C, both of which assist with improving our brain functions.

While fresh mangosteens can be hard to source, the good news is that is it widely available in juice and tea form So as a breakfast superfood, it is a no-brainer.

3. Goji Berries For Breakfast, aka Chinese Wolfberry

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It has been known for a while about the health benefits of eating blueberries. But Dr Oz has also recommended we eat raspberries, strawberries, blackberries and goji berries. This because they also contain high levels of antioxidants as well as phytochemicals which may kill certain liver cancer cells.

Goji berries may be one we do not commonly hear about. The goji berry, also known as the Chinese Wolfberry, is a bright red-orange berry native to China.

Studies have shown that goji juice can improve our mental wellbeing, happiness, athletic performance and quality of sleep.

What successful person would not want all these benefits!

Adding berries to our breakfast can be as simple as eating them raw, stewing them and eating with a bowl of cooked oats or mixing up a delicious smoothie.

Some berries are also available in dried form, such as goji berries so can be eaten like raisins.

Our brains will thank us as we will have given it the fuel required make great decisions throughout the day.

4. Eggs Anyone?

Eggs are a common item in our daily diets. But do you eat them often for breakfast?

Eggs can be boiled, poached, fried or scrambled, making them a highly adaptable breakfast food.

The Dr Oz Show suggests we eat them as they are low in calories, rich in protein and an excellent source of biotin, iron and vitamin B12.

Martina McBride, a big a fan of eating eggs said,
“I believe everything in moderation. But breakfast is important. I have two hard-boiled or scrambled eggs with whole-wheat toast and try to get some fruit in there.”


5. Give Us Today Our Daily Fish

Fatty fish, such as salmon, sardines, tuna and herring are all superfoods which contain omega-3 fats. These important fats help slow the buildup of fat in our arteries, reduce our triglyceride levels and lower our risk of developing abnormal heart rhythms.

Salmon are particularly suited as a breakfast food because it can be smoked, grilled or poached depending on your preference. It is also not strong tasting like some of the other oily fish, which can prove off putting first thing in the morning.

So, tomorrow when you are deciding what to eat for breakfast, try including at least one of these amazing super foods to get your motor running and brain into gear.



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