Superfoods

Superfoods are functional foods, mostly plants that are nutritionally dense and with numerous health benefits, such as anticancerous, anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial benefits.

Cabbage

By Kenko
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In Superfoods
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Updated March 5, 2018
Cabbage  is a flowering, four-petaled vegetable, part of the cruciferous and brassica family of plants. Most cruciferous vegetables are in the cabbage family, varieties taking the appearance of a head, whereas other only have areal leaves such as Kale (which is a type of cabbage) (Loguidice, C.T., Markman, M., Lammersfeld, C., 2013) (Higdon, J., 2007). […]

Spirulina

By Kenko
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Updated February 12, 2018

The United Nations named Spirulina the “food of the future’ in 1974, though I feel it has gone a long way in terms of global recognition as a functional food it still has not reached its f

Lion’s Mane – Brain Superfood

By Kenko
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In Superfoods
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Updated August 7, 2017
Yamabushitake – A look into Lion’s Mane Yamabushitake, as Lion’s Mane is known in Japan, is a white, hairy, edible and medicinal mushroom or fungus. Scientifically known as Hericium erinaceus is native to Eastern Asia, where it has a long culinary and medicinal history in both China and Japan. In the wild, they grow on logs […]
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