Better Health with Better Food
Want a healthier more energetic life free of common diseases and conditions? Your best line of defence, as well as offence, may line up in the kitchen. Supplementing your diet with superfoods will pay dividends with improved health benefits and turn back the clock on aging. Coined in the late 1990s, the term 'superfood' is commonly used by to refer to a subjective selection of berries, fruits, vegetables and other foods with proven health benefits and/or exceptionally high nutritional value.
Our ingredient list of superfoods includes all of the above listed nutritional goodies, plus a whole bunch of other ancient and new super-nutritious foods. At BFC we believe in full disclosure and understand the importance of knowing not only the foods we eat but their source and nutritional value. Each carefully researched formulation component provides a colorful background story to their selection. We hope you find this information as interesting as we do. - AJ
White-fleshed pitahaya (Hylocereus undatus) is commonly called dragon fruit or strawberry pear. In Latin America, this member of the cactus family is also known as pitahaya blanca. Both the juicy white flesh and the tiny black seeds distributed across the flesh of the dragon fruit are edible and nutritious. Dragon fruit is also low in calories and can offer several health benefits when consumed in moderation and as part of a balanced diet. In addition to its nutritional value and health promoting effects, the dragon fruit is praised for its appetizing crunchy texture and refreshing, sweet flavor which is like a cross between kiwi and pear.