Eating healthy has never been as popular as it is today, people get excited about finding out and discovering foods that will help them feel better, while also helping them look better, as the saying goes 'you are what you eat,' it really is true. That's why I couldn't help but read the "TOP ANTI-AGING SUPERFOODS," I had a good idea what some of them were, but its good to always have a reminder, and see what is on the list.

If we can all try and incorporate some of these top anti aging superfoods into our diet we will be on the right track, some of these foods include; blueberries, wine (red), lemons, olive oil, broccoli, chlorella, avocado, salmon and tuna, sweet potatoes, pumpkin and carrots to name a few. The website The Science of Eating is an excellent resource for you healthy lifestyle, and one that you can spend a lot of time browsing through. Some of the informative section and articles you will find include; The section food combining which I always find interesting, some articles on the site are clean eating 101, all about burning calories and the benefits of foods; The carbohydrates section, help answering all your questions, from learning about carbs and fiber, the dangers of refined carbs, and the benefits of quinoa; The vegetable section, has articles on the best lefty green vegetable, the benefits of chlorella, and the benefits of spiralling; The fats section, has butter versus margerine, and understanding cholesterol; The healthy drinks section, includes alcohol consumption, benefits of almond milk and benefits of smoothies; The tips and tricks section, include best food for runners and workout fanatics, and how to stop overeating.

Some of the mentioned foods are part of the list of superfoods you will often see. The term superfood is actually just a marketing term. The Oxford Dictionary's definition states that a superfood is a nutrient rich food that is considered to be especially beneficial for health and well being . The most popular items on the superfood list contain common food choices whose nutritional value has been long recognized as exceptional. Popular examples of superfoods include berries, nuts and seeds, dark green vegetables (such as spinach, kale, collard greens, Swiss chard, Brussels sprouts and broccoli), citrus fruits, fatty fish such as salmon, mackerel and sardines, vegetables with bright, dark, or intense colors (such as beets and their greens and sweet potatoes), legumes (such as peanuts, lentils, beans) and whole grains. Even though the term might be used primarily for marketing purposes, it's a good list nonetheless, and we could all be benefit by eating the foods on this list.

The above are just touching the surface of all the information available on this site, its a great starting point to getting yourself into the know when it comes to eating and living right, and a great resource for all your food questions.

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