Top 10 Superfood Powders That You Should Add to Your Meals

Top 10 Superfood Powders That You Should Add to Your Meals

November 13, 2018

There are so many things you can do to improve your meals, whether it be the health benefits or just the taste itself.

You have been told your whole life that what tastes bad is good for your health, and what tastes good isn't so good for your health.

While that saying might be true in some cases, in this article, we are going to debunk that myth by exploring five powders that are both healthy and delicious so that you can add them to your meals.

What is superfood powder anyway?

The word 'superfood' is defined as nutrient-rich food that provides medicinal and health benefits.

Packed with vitamins and other mineral content from plants, these foods are ground into fine powder and can be easily added to your meals like smoothies, oatmeal, and baking.

Now, let's move on to the top 10 super powders that you should definitely add to your meals!

The top 10 super powders you should add to your meals.

1. Almond

Almond powder contains lots of healthy fats, fiber, protein, magnesium and vitamin E that your body loves.

Almond is known for its ability to lowering blood sugar levels, reducing your blood pressure, as well as lowering your cholesterol levels.

They can also reduce hunger and promote weight loss.

Enhance the taste of your meals like oatmeal, lattes, and so on by adding some almond powder.

2. Cocoa

Cocoa is the most popular plant on the planet where chocolate, the world’s famous sweet treat is derived from.

Cocoa, an evergreen tree, is native to the deep tropical Amazon basin and other tropical regions of the Central and South America.

Although its name is well-known worldwide, people tend to only think cocoa as a treat without knowing the loads of health benefits it carries.

Cocoa powder is grounded from cocoa beans of the fruits without using heat, which helps retain the nutrition.

The best part of cacao is its natural mood booster, stress reliever, and brain enhancer.

Use raw cocoa powder to your advantage by making hot chocolates, smoothies, baking, and many more!

3. Cinnamon

Cinnamon is not so unfamiliar to any of us, but not many people know the real story of this spice.

Cinnamon is one of the most popular spices and widely used in the ancient world.

Thanks to the Arabs, cinnamon was first introduced to the West from the ancient trade route went from East to West.

Cinnamon is well-known for their health benefits, such as balancing your blood pressure, enhancing your focus, as well as fostering weight loss.

So don’t forget to spice up your oatmeal or tea with some cinnamon powder.

4. Matcha

Matcha is becoming more and more known in recent years.

Originating in China, then popularized in Japan, matcha was mainly used in tea ceremony as a traditional ritual.

That being said, matcha is now known for its delicious taste and health benefits.

With 10x more antioxidants than regular green tea, matcha is famous for its cancer-fighting antioxidants, ability to improve clarity and focus, and an excellent reputation for weight loss.

Next time you're making smoothies, oatmeals, or cookies, try adding a tablespoon of matcha green tea powder.

5. Coconut

Coconut powder is becoming more popular nowadays, for more and more people discover the delicious taste and various health benefits it can offer.

Coconut powder is high in fiber, protein, and healthy fats and is free from wheat and other grains, which is something that your body loves.

Moreover, coconut powder is also low in sugar and easily digestible.

You can use coconut powder pretty much in anything you could think of: smoothies, baking, lattes, juices, oatmeal, and many more!

6. Acai

Acai is a dark, purple-colored that resembles a grape.

Originally from South America, this sweet and antioxidant-rich berries are a must for your smoothies.

These superberries are low in sugar and a source of vitamin A, B2, B3, and E.

7. Maca

Native to Peru, Maca is full of calcium that your bone loves!

This sweet-flavored root is rich in healthy nutrients like vitamin C, copper, and protein.

You can add Maca to any meal that you like, especially smoothie.

8. Chia

This Mexican seed gained its popularity in the 80s and is known for its rich antioxidant, vitamin, mineral, and high fiber content.

Chia is a famous addition for smoothies and oatmeal.

9. Turmeric

Turmeric has been used as both spice and medicine.

This yellowish powder has a warming aromatic smell and is known for its anti-inflammatory ability, as well as other rich nutrients.

Blend it with iced tea, milk, smoothies, and definitely oatmeal.

10. Moringa

Moringa originally comes from Asia and Africa and was known for its benefits for thousands of years.

It is rich in protein, vitamin C, vitamin B6, and iron.

Definitely a perfect addition for your smoothie or any fruit juices and oatmeal.

More nutritious, more delicious.

It's been said that you are what you eat, and your body is your home.

We couldn't agree more with that.

It's good to eat something healthy, but you'll enjoy a lot more when it's delicious.

That's why it's important to create something that is both nutritious and delicious, and the best way to do that is by adding superfood powders to your food.

How you can use SIMPLTEA for your meals


ALMOND MATCHA

You should never miss a chance to try our award-winning ceremonial matcha in this tea mixture.

Combined with almond, you get a perfect combination for everyone who wants to enjoy in simple but high-quality tea.


EXOTIC CHAI

Have you ever heard of the term "piece of paradise"? That's exactly how we can call this exotic chai. It's the charms of an entirely new taste.

A combination of extraordinary flavors that you don't find very often.


JAMAICAN COCOA TWIST

With a natural mixture of black tea, raw cacao, cinnamon, vanilla, and coconut, you will enjoy in every sip and that the whole cup of tea will be too little for you.

You will always want more of those "happy sips" from this tea.


ROSE TEA ALL DAY

Imagine this combination: rose and honey. What does it say to you? Yes, something sweet, something warm, something cozy.

When you add black tea powder to all of that, you get an excellent taste and a healthy tea combination.

FINAL THOUGHTS

There are so many healthy and delicious ingredients out there that you can use to enhance the taste and nutrition of your meal.

Be sure to check out our tea powder, blended with the ingredients we mentioned in this article!


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