High-Performance Foods, The Ultimate guide to Spinach

the nutritional value of spinach

Are you looking for a miracle pill that will keep you vibrant and energized? You won’t find it here. But starting today, each week on Wednesdays Familyopolis will post an article with healthy, sunny information about High-Performance foods, (also known as Super-Foods) and how to eat a wholesome diet. The foods I concentrate on will all have tremendous health benefits.

I have learned from my church, reading and close observation; that through nature, God has furnished us with many of the best remedies for our health problems. Each Wednesday Familyopolis will focus on hot tips about a healthy diet.

What are High-Performance Foods

High-Performance Foods are usually plant based and loaded with nutrients, although some fish and dairy fall into this category. High-Performance Foods are not magic, and it takes more than just adding them to your diet to eat a nutritious diet.

Consuming foods that are packed with nutrients (as many so-called superfoods are) is certainly a good idea, Hyde told Live Science. But the key to a healthy diet is to consume a variety of nutritious foods in the right quantities, she added.

Despina Hyde, a registered dietician with the weight management program at New York University’s Langone Medical Center.


I like eating, and collecting info about food sounds fun. Let’s get started. This week we will take a look at spinach.

Spinach is a one of the world’s best foods when you consider it’s nutrient density. Spinach is loaded with good stuff and eating it will help keep you healthy. After reading all the information I found about spinach, I plan to eat more of this high-performance, superfood. For more about spinach, click here.

See you soon and enjoy the rest of your week.

About the author

David Robinson

Hi, I'm David Robinson. I grew up in Kansas City, Mo. and now live in Los Angeles. I enjoy writing and started this blog to share news and info I discover on the web. I also like cooking an occasional meal or two. Subscribe to my blog and come along for the ride. Curiosity makes us grow!

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