Super Food Profiles Archive

Super food profile: Broccoli: broc·co·li [brok-uh-lee, brok-lee] a form of a cultivated cruciferous plant, Brassica oleracea botrytis, whose leafy stalks and clusters of usually green buds are eaten as a vegetable. A lot of children are told to eat
Super food profile: Avocado: av·o·ca·do [av-uh-kah-doh, ah-vuh-]plural av·o·ca·dos Also called alligator pear. a large, usually pear shaped fruit having green to blackish skin, a single large seed, and soft, light-green pulp, borne by the tropical American tree Perseaamericana, often eaten raw,especially in salads. I’ll never forget
Super food profile: Quinoa: qui·noa  [keen-wah, kee-noh-uh] a tall crop plant, Chenopodium quinoa, of the amaranth family, cultivatedmainly in Peru, Bolivia, and Chile for its small, ivory-colored seed, which is used as a food staple. There is a lot of hype worldwide about