Tag: superfoods

What to Do When your Superfood and Protein Shakes Become Boring

Making the same protein shake every morning or before your workout can get boring pretty fast. Shake up your routine by adding superfood powers like Cocoa Hx®, Greens Hx® and Collagen Hx® and InVite®’s Whey Protein Powders into these different recipes for new, delicious and nutritious treats! Your taste buds will thank us later. Cocoa…


The InVite® Difference: Superfoods

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InVite®’s freeze-dried Powdered Superfoods preserve the nutrient integrity of fresh fruits and vegetables, offering superior nutrition without all of the calories, sugar and carbs! What is a Superfood? ‘Superfood‘ is a term used to describe foods packed with powerful and natural plant constituents that provide great health benefits and excellent antioxidant protection. When taken as…


Black-Pigmented Superfoods: A Rainbow of Benefits By Nicole Crane, B.S, NTP

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For years, health professionals have been advising others to “eat the rainbow,” advising to eat a wide variety of colorful fruits and vegetables. For many, getting those 5-9 servings of fruits and vegetables is a struggle. How does one get the antioxidant, immune boosting, vitality supportive benefits of a rainbow of foods? While there is…


How Antioxidants, Superfoods and their Nutrients Heal Us By Dr. Millie Lytle ND, MPH, CNS

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Antioxidants are natural or synthetic substances that may delay, prevent or heal cellular damage by reducing agents that harm cells (called free radicals or reactive oxygen species (ROS)). Antioxidants are naturally found in many plant foods and are also available as complexes or individual nutrients in supplements or drug form1. While the Food and Drug…


Wonders of Flaxseeds, By Dr. Millie Lytle, ND, MPH, CNS

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Flaxseeds, also known as linseeds, are a wonderful superfood. They are a terrific source of fiber, protein, and ALA (an essential omega-3) and contain mucilage, phytoestrogens and anti-cancer lignans. They also contain micronutrients like manganese and vitamin B1. This food is so nutritious, it is no wonder it benefits a long list of organs and…