With more Vitamin C than an orange, and high in gut friendly fibre, Kiwi is an immunity supporting powerhouse. Their rich green colour points to high levels of antioxidants.
As well as being loaded with delicious tropical flavour, passion fruit is a rich source of Vitamin C and A and is packed with essential nutrients like fibre, iron and potassium.
Now, we cannot guarantee that spinach will help you defeat your enemies like in Popeye, but it is still full to the brim with healthy goodness. spinach is packed with vitamins and minerals such as iron, essential to create haemoglobin, the molecule which delivers oxygen to the tissues in the blood.
Spirulina is a particularly mysterious blue-green algae, worthy of the title “superfood”. Gram for gram, it’s one of the most nutritious foods in the world, with only 7g providing you with 21% of your copper, 15% of your riboflavin, 11% of your thiamine, 11% of your iron and 4% of your niacin RDI, along with trace amounts of almost every other essential nutrient.
Kale may very well be the most nutrient rich food on the planet. It’s super high in vitamin A, K and C (your full RDA in a cup of kale), is a great source of fibre and other essential micronutrients like calcium, copper, magnesium and potassium.