The word ‘superfood’ gets banded around a lot. It’s generally used as a catch-all term for a variety of nutrient-rich foods that are particularly beneficial for health and well-being. Type ‘superfood’ into Google and you’ll be hit with a deluge of information boasting the antioxidant benefits of blueberries, the magic of goji berries and the pros of chowing down on chia seeds. That’s fine if you’ve got loads of time to research but wouldn’t it be lovely if all these amazing foods were listed in one handy place?
Your liver is the largest solid organ in your body and does an incredible job working hard to keep you in tip top health. It’s responsible for cleaning blood, storing vitamins and minerals, breaking down, balancing and creating nutrients for the body to use and helping your immune system fight infection. Poor treatment of the liver can increase the risk of obesity, cardiovascular disease, headaches, digestive problems and allergies. There are certain things you can do to keep your liver nice and healthy - avoiding drinking too much alcohol, maintaining a healthy diet, taking regular exercise to keep your weight under control and drinking plenty of water.
Packed with vitamin C, fibre and folic acid, broccoli is the original super food, but getting it into your diet can be a chore. We’ve scoured the web to find the pick of broccoli dishes, from fiery chilli infusions to super cleansing soups, to help you get more broccoli in your life.