Superfoods I Eat Daily

Are you amongst those who want to pack their food with nutrients but don’t know what to eat? Or are you someobody who wants to go natural and avoid supplements for nutrition? Well, if you belong to any of those two categories, superfoods is your thing! Superfoods are these nutrient dense foods that help you stay fit and healthy! And today I am going to share some awesome superfoods I eat daily that keep me healthy and happy! So let me tell you about these five superfoods you can include in your daily diet just like me and feel great throughout the day!

Aloe Vera
This superfood is my favourite when it comes to adding nutrition to my diet and I have been using it for years. I generally extract aloe vera gel by putting it in a mixer and having it early in the morning. I also drink aloe vera juice in the morning to keep my gut happy and healthy. From vitamins to minerals, enzymes to amino acids, name it and you have it in aloe vera. It is a rich source of vitamin A, C and E, folic acid, Vitamin B12 and choline and rich in minerals like calcium, copper, magnesium, potassium, manganese, zinc and selenium. With anti inflammatory properties, aloe vera is very useful for people suffering from digestive issues and inflammation in the digestive tract. So to fight the inflammation and soothe your system, start your day with some aloe vera juice!

Packed with 20 vitamins and minerals in every serving, avocados is a powerful superfood packed with nutrients that tops the charts among all fruits for folate, potassium, vitamin E and magnesium. The best part about this fruit is, it is high in monounsaturated fat, which is a “good” fat that helps lower bad cholesterol. So include avocados in your diet, either munch on them, put them in a salad or juice it up and have it. But do make use of this superfood everyday!

Say goodbye to cardiovascular disease, and other age-related conditions with blueberries! Blueberries contain antioxidants, which help with preventing cancer! These little powerhouses are tasty health boosters. Low in fat — just about 80 calories per cup and practically fat-free — blueberries are loaded with fiber to keep you full for a longer time. So when you have sweet cravings or want something to snack on reach out for blueberries!

Almonds and Almond Milk
You get a host of benefits when snacking on almonds or drinking almond milk which includes weight loss, stronger bones, an improved vision, a healthy heart, strong muscles and sooo much more. Almond milk is also great to maintain an ideal blood pressure and an amazing alternative for nursing mother’s milk. Packed with minerals like calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium and sodium, it is one of the power packed foods that I love to have every day!

Coconut Oil
Coconut oil has some awesome benefits and promotes heart health while lowering risk of heart disease. Among its multiple benefits there is Skin care, hair care, weight loss, treating yeast infections, improving digestion and increasing immunity against a host of infections and diseases. Coconut oil is high in monosaturated fats aka good fats. These fats not only improve the cholesterol levels in the body but also help in converting the bad cholesterol into good cholesterol. So those who told you cholesterol is bad, tell them about the good cholesterol and how to get it from coconut oil.

Watch the video to see how I incorporate these superfoods in my daily diet

So have these superb superfoods that are part of my daily routine and head on to a healthy, happy and beautiful journey! Health is happiness! So don’t forget to be happy! Think of these foods like small investments you make for a healthier and happier you! So don’t wait any longer to invest in your health and happiness!

Which superfoods are part of your diet? Do write to me on my page on Facebook, twitter and theumashowblog. I always love your feedback! So get back to me people and ill come up with more videos that will be of help!

Love and Health,




I am Uma - entrepreneur, award winning television personality,philanthropist and an eternal optimist dedicated to helping you liveyour dreams by bringing daily insights, fitness inspiration, cleaneating and beauty and wellness resources.Join me in this space and lets start this beautiful journey together.

Uma Ghosh
Poor nutrition causes nearly half (45%) of deaths in children under five – 3.1 million children each year. It costs only US$ 0.50 to feed a child for a day.

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