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A little nutrient-dense food goes a long way

Food that is nutrient-dense tends to last longer because just a small amount gives you all the vitamins and minerals you need.

Food that is nutrient-dense tends to last longer because just a small amount gives you all the vitamins and minerals you need. You can start your superfood collection with honey, maca, chlorella or any other depending on your needs or taste and build from there. Add to juices, smoothies or desserts for a quick health boost, which can help to fight depression, anxiety and the effects of PMS. Some of the other nutrient dense foods you can incorporate that are readily available are garlic, kale, salmon, blueberries and raw chocolate.

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