Many people are looking towards their new year’s resolutions, and a significant proportion will be considering what they can do to improve their eating habits and their diet over the next twelve months after the indulgences of Christmas.
However, starting a diet and gathering the right foods from superfood suppliers is the easy part., Sticking to it is quite another, as every extra step in those early days could be a discouragement that takes someone away from their goals.
However, there are plenty of ways to make adding superfoods easier to add to your meals. Here are some of the superfoods that are easiest to add to a meal plan, either by being easy to prepare, easy to eat or both.
Spinach is a well-known source of iron, calcium, fibre, protein and vitamin C, but even compared to other leafy greens, one of its best qualities is how many ways you can prepare it.
Whilst it is best prepared in a variety of different meals, it can be added to salads, used as a bed for other meals or even added to other meals and sauces exceptionally easily.
Not only are bananas exceptionally nutrient-dense and such a perfect snack that they even have their own natural wrapper, but the ways in which they can be added to drinks and meals are almost endless.
There is a reason why so many smoothies use bananas as a base, and a delightfully simple snack is to freeze any bananas you cannot eat right away and blend them up until creamy with some dark chocolate for a super healthy ice cream alternative.
When in doubt, sprinkle a handful of blueberries into your porridge, cereal or overnight oats for a healthy, nutritious breakfast boost.