Superfoods for Easter

The superfoods can be combined to delicious, nutritious Easter menus no matter if you prefer an elegant or casual style.

1. Broccoli Sprouts

Excellent supplies of beta-carotene, vitamin C, amino acids and fibre.

2. Carrots

Well known for high levels of beta-carotene (a precursor of vitamin A), carrots also provide many other vitamins and minerals and plenty of fibre.

3. Chia

Top superfood for amino acids as well as omega-3, plus dietary fibre and many minerals including manganese, magnesium and phosphorus.

4. Cacao (raw)

Sky high anti-oxidant levels, magnesium, sulphur and unique phytonutrients make healthy chocolate not only possible but an important part of the diet.

5. Cinnamon

Exceptional anti-oxidant qualities and a good supply of manganese, calcium, iron and vitamin K.

6. Lemon

A good squeeze of vitamin C, polyphenols, limonene and tannins.

7. Pomegranate

The seeds of this fruit contain a range of bioactive polyphenols and antioxidants.

8. Peppermint

The humble herb offers copper, manganese, vitamin C, chlorophyll and antibacterial, anti-inflammatory aromatic oils.

9. Rosemary

Aromatic, antibacterial oils, as well as carotenoids and fibre.

10. Spinach

Surprisingly the green leaves contain carotenoids, as well as vitamins K, B1, B2, B6, C and folate magnesium, iron, copper and potassium.

11. Strawberries

A well-known source of the antioxidant lycopene as well as vitamin C, molybdenum, potassium, copper, biotin and phytonutrients.

12. Eggs – from organic, mixed pasture raised chicken only

protein & essential amino acids, Vitamins D, A, B12, B9 (folate), choline, selenium and iron.