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Superfoods by David Wolfe

Posted Jan 13 2010 9:00am

Superfoods_David_WolfeI think that you can bypass the entire content of David Wolfe’s latest book and simply focus on the subtitle:

“The Food and Medicine of the Future”

I agree with David Wolfe and I also believe if more people integrated more superfoods into their lives they would help their bodies remain strong enough to fight off all sorts of medical issues.

Here’s what David had to say about superfoods:

“Superfoods are the greatest foods identified by the greatest civilizations in the history of the world. They are foods that have a whole array of tricks under their sleeve. They are extremely easy to use and agree with a lot of different body types and metabolisms. Foods like goji berries, hempseed, cacao beans (raw chocolate), maca, spirulina and bee products are powerful sources of clean protein, vitamins, minerals, enzymes, antioxidants, good fats and oils, essential fatty and amino acids, and other nutrients, they represent a uniquely promising piece of the nutritional puzzle.”

Now, I don’t want anyone to think that the only thing I do is sit around eating alfalfa sprouts and drink kale and garlic juice all day long because I don’t.

I’ll go further and declare that I really don’t like kale all that much but I adore superfoods like pomegranate and berries. I’ve also recently started my morning with cacao and macha green tea mixed into my morning Greens+ drink or my smoothie.

There are a lot of superfoods on the market if you have no idea what is a superfood and why you should really start feeding your body the goodness of these foods, let David Wolfe be your guide.

I think David is the modern preacher of good health. It’s no wonder that his personal goal is to “make raw foods, superfoods, super herbs, and the best chocolate ever an option for everyone on the planet.”

Basically, David Wolfe wants to make becoming healthy simpler, easier, and more fun than ever before. His “Superfoods” does exactly that and then some.

There is a lot of misunderstanding out there about “WHY” you need to eat more superfoods. They are often linked to anti-aging and beauty (Dr. Nicholas Perricone is notorious for opening Oprah’s eyes and the eyes of millions of North Americans on the benefits of supefoods), but there is a much more fundamental reason why you should make superfoods a part of your daily life: they support good health and help you age better.

David Wolfe’s “Superfoods” is honestly a must-have reference book:

* You’ll get a better understanding of superfoods that you’ve been seeing in the media like goji berries, cacao, maca spirulina, açai berry, aloe vera (yup, it’s not only for skincare), hempseed, coconut and honey.

* You’ll get a better understanding of superfoods that are not as well know such as royal jelly, spirulina, blue-green algae, marine phytoplankton, camu camu berry, chorella, noni and yacon.

* You get great recipes to help you integrate the superfoods in your everyday life.

* You’ll get full nutritional information on each superfoods David highlights.

* Photos of the superfoods to help you identify them.

I’m not going to lie, David Wolfe’s “Superfoods: The Food and Medicine of the Future” is not for everyone. If you spend most of your time eating at fast food chains and you’re not really ready to make a commitment to your health, you should keep your money in your wallet. But, if you are ready to understand how food can better support your health, you’ll find so much valuable information inside the pages of “Superfoods: The Food and Medicine of the Future”!

>>> You don’t have to take my word for it when it comes to the importance of David Wolfe’s book in your life. You can read the long list of illustrious testimonials of people who have worked with David Wolfe or who have been affected by his wisdom:

“Is there anyone more passionate, dedicated, or knowledgeable about the tremendous benefits of superfoods to our bodies, minds, and planet? Not likely. Wherever you are in terms of what goes in your mouth, David Wolfe presents a compelling claim to add a little more vitality to your plate.” —Angela Bassett, actress and author

“A path of visionary nutrition informed by David Wolfe’s book Superfoods will lift body and soul to a higher evolutionary vibration. Raw food and David Wolfe’s guidance have had a transformative power in our lives.” —Alex and Allyson Grey, artists and co-founders of the Chapel of Sacred Mirrors

“David Wolfe is a nutritionist’s nutritionist. His knowledge in the fields of raw foods, superfoods, herbs, and chocolate are unsurpassed in the world.” —John Gray, Ph.D., author of Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus

“David Wolfe’s commitment, not just to humanity but to Mother Earth herself, is second to none. He has discovered the gift of his true purpose and is unabashedly sharing it with the world. The energy of compassion and pure love that he pours into every plant and everyone is the same. I know few people more committed to us all finding our inner joy through the miracle of growing and eating the best food ever and thereby experiencing everyday as The Best Day Ever.” —Demian Lichtenstein, motion picture producer and director

>>> If you are interested in getting your hands on David Wolfe’s book, you can click on the link for more information: David Wolfe’s “Superfoods: The Food and Medicine of the Future

>>> Here’s a great video where David Wolfe talks about the top 10 herbs and top ten superfoods (this is a candid video):

>>> Here’s another video of David Wolfe talking about why raw foods are important:

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