Superberries Health Tips: Fiber, Protein & Cooking From Scratch

Posted by Superberries Team on 11/29/2016 to Health Tips
Why You Should Eat More Whole Grains and Fiber - Adding whole grains and fiber to the diet has many benefits. Whole grains and fiber come from a rich plant based diet and provide a high resource of protein, vitamins, minerals and phytochemicals that can improve overall health and wellness. Finding a Better Source of Protein - Among the best plant based resources for protein are legumes (lentils, chickpeas and black beans), spirulina (a nutrient rich blue algae available in most nutrition or health food stores), spinach, broccoli, hemp seeds, kale, nuts and nut butters. The Benefits of Cooking from Scratch - While we may not always have the time, home cooking or cooking from scratch is a much better choice than doing the microwaveable, “take and bake” fast food meals. Food made from scratch simply tastes better, is more filling and better for you. By cooking from scratch, you control what goes into your food.

Understanding Inflammation

Posted by Scott McKenzie on 11/10/2016 to Health Tips
When most people think of inflammation, they tend to think of the joints, muscles and tendons. However, inflammation is so much more than arthritis, tendinitis or age related physical stress.  Inflammation is actually a whole body response to a variety of threats posed to the body's immune system.  Superfoods can help stave off some of the effects of inflammation.

Superberries Health Tips: High and Low Impact Aerobics

Posted by Scott McKenzie on 11/2/2016 to Health Tips
Aerobic exercise is great for your health, but what kind of aerobics is right for you?  In this Superberries Health Tips blog, we explore the various kinds of aerobics and their impact on your health. Research has shown that using Aroniaberries after exercise can help support exercise recovery.

How to Grow Aronia Berries (Chokeberry), the Superfruit in Superberries

Posted by Superberries Team on 11/1/2016 to About the Aroniaberry

Aroniaberry Bush in FieldRecently I was asked two questions regarding the growth process of the Aronia Berry Bush. The first question regarded the insects that might thrive on the Aronia Berry Bush. This question inevitably led to the next question which concerned the use of pesticides on the Aronia Berry Bush. I replied that I am by no means a horticulturalist and instead referred the inquiries to the local county extension agent before deciding to do a bit of research on this myself.