Super Aliments

Coconut water

  • Great source of hydration
  • Alkaline


  • Rich in Vitamin A, E, C, manganese & fiber.
  • Antioxidants 


  • The seeds come from flax; one of the oldest fiber crops cultivated in ancient Egypt and China.
  • Great source of omega-3 & fiber.
  • Contain lignans, unique fiber-related polyphenols 



  • Alkaline the body.
  • Good source of protein.
  • Rich of Vitamin E, calcium & fiber.


  • king of the super foods


  • A great source of vitamin K, A and C.
  • Contain calcium, iron.
  • Lots of fiber & omega-3.
  • Excellent source of hydration.


  • Contains multiple B vitamins, such as B1, B5, B7.
  • Great refreshing properties
  • source of hydration


  • Rich in pre-biotic dietary fiber, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.
  • Source of Vitamin-A
  • Rich in carotenes, 
  • Source of potassium,
  • vitamin-B6,
  • vitamin-C
  •  vitamin-E. 


  • Source of fiber 
  • Source of antioxidant vitamin C,
  •  vitamin A,
  • vitamin E 
  • vitamin K.
  • The seeds are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids.
  • Source of pro-biotic  .


  • It has 42 calories per 100 g, 
  • Source of finer
  • Contains vitamin-A and antioxidants, 
  • Vitamin C


  • Grapes are rich in anti-oxidant 
  • Grapes are rich source of minerals like copper, iron and manganese,
  • vitamin-C,
  • vitamin A,
  • vitamin K,
  • carotenes,
  • B-complex.

Chia seeds

  • Contain Omega-3 fatty acids and are considered to be the richest plant source of Omega-3’s 
  • Absorb up to 10 times their weight in water and forms a gel like substance when it does.  This process helps you to feel full longer.  In addition this gel like substance provides hydration, thus making chia seeds very popular with athletes.
  • Source of protein

Activated Charcoal

  • It adsorbs more poisons than any other substance known to mankind.
  • Whitens teeth and remove plaque.
  • Prevent a hangover.
  • Detoxifies

Swiss Chard

  • Swiss chard is an excellent source of vitamin C,
  • Vitamin E, beta-carotene, manganese and zinc.
  • Chard contains key phytonutrients like lutein and zeaxanthin, while also providing flavonoids like quercetin and kaempferol. These antioxidants are well known .


  • Parsleys is a combination of vitamins, flavonoids & nutrients like chlorophyll, it has a purifying power. 
  • It also has 3 times the vitamin C by volume as an orange.
  • Super food.


  • Per calorie, kale has more iron than beef, more calcium than cow milk.
  • More vitamin C than spinach. 
  • Vitamins A,
  • Vitamin K 
  • calcium.


  •  Wonderful source of iron.
  • Contain sodium,
  • magnesium,
  • calcium,
  • phosphorus.
  • Contain vitamins A
  • Vitamin C
  •  niacin.


  • High in fiber, 
  • High in antioxidants.
  • Contains Vitamin C
  • Great source of Iron
  • Source of minerals
  • Low in calories but high in nutrients.


  • Contain proteolytic enzymes such as vitamin A, B, C.
  • Mineral salts: iodine, magnesium, manganese, potassium, calcium, phosphorus, iron, and sulfur.
  • High in fiber (cellulose). Anti-inflammatory. High vitamin content.


  • It is one of the oldest and richest fruit.
  • It is considered as a super food because of its properties .
  • It is the most powerful antioxidant of all fruits.
  • Pomegranate originated between Iran and Himalayas of northern India.
  • It’s known as the fruit of the heaven


  • Maintain our body pH balance .
  • High in vitamin C & potassium, 
  • Glow
  • Used in Homeopathy .
  • Very high in pectin fiber
  • Rich in proteins,
  • magnesium,
  • calcium,
  • fiber and flavonoids.



  • Source of vitamin C;
  • Powerful natural antioxidant.
  •  It contains very good levels of vitamin A
  • It is a source of B-complex vitamins. 
  • Contains potassium and calcium.
  • source of fiber



  • Rich in antioxidants
  •  contain vitamin C 
  • beta-carotene.
  • If you have to chose in between all the fruits that’s the one that has the most benefits