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Superfood Series A-Z: Jicama and Jalapeño Peppers

Jicama, or "yam bean," is a root vegetable, originally grown in Central and South America. It has a sweet and crispy texture, similar to a water che...

Superfood Series A-Z: The "Ice Cream Bean" or Iced Green Tea

The Inga Edulis fruit, better known the "ice-cream bean," is a native of South America. Among its other uses, it has served as a healthy snack for t...

Superfood Series A-Z: Hummus, Honey, Hemp Seed

Hummus This Middle Eastern staple is healthy and tasty enough to add to your daily fuel plan. Consisting of chickpeas, tahini (a sesame seed past...

Superfood Series A-Z: Garlic and Ginger

In this latest installment of our Superfoods Series, we feature the letter G. The 7th letter of the alphabet offered many great options, but we narr...

Superfood Series A-Z: Flaxseed

Derived from the flax plant, flaxseed can serve as a healthy supplement to any athlete's diet. Small—about the size of a sesame seed—and nutty...

Superfood Series A-Z: Edamame

For our A-Z Superfood series, what immediately comes to mind for the letter E? Probably eggs! But if you've already had your fill of eggs for the da...

Superfood Series A-Z: Dates

Eating fresh fruit is generally recommended over munching on dried fruit. A cup of dried fruit contains less water and more sugar than a cup of fresh ...

Superfood Series A-Z: Cinnamon and Cauliflower

In previous superfood posts, we've discussed avocados and beets. This week, we give you two-for-one with the letter C. Cinnamon Technically cl...

Superfood Series A-Z: Beets

For the second letter of our Superfood Series, bet you thought we were going to feature blueberries. True, the blue fruit is an excellent nutritiona...

Athlete Superfood Series A-Z: Avocado

We recently discussed the importance of including healthy fats in your diet. A super easy way to satisfy that recommendation is by incorporating the...

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