Super foods from a super foodie


I’ve been asked by Naomi Buff from Naomi’s kitchen to review her superfood blends. I would start at the end and tell you that I’m giving it the thumbs up.


Here’s the blurb….


You’ve likely heard conflicting information about nutrient supplementation, whether they come in pill or powder form. With thousands of multivitamins, minerals, and other unpronounceable supplements popping out of every corner, it’s no wonder people are confused.


Which of these pills and potions are legit, if any? Are the people that buy these just investing in really expensive pee? Even worse, can supplements damage our body?


Our diet shifts further and further away from nutrient-dense foods like high-quality animal protein and vegetables, nutrient deficiency is becoming a widespread epidemic. I witness that every day at my clinical work.


Nutrient deficiencies hurt your performance, causing DNA damage, making you age faster, and contributing to chronic disease. But even if you’re following a more nutrient-dense diet full of quality protein and fats, you can no longer rely on getting all of your nutrients from food.

 

Why?


Dr Trevor Cates explains it quite well… so there’s no point in me repeating it here.


But let’s focus on Naomi’s blends now. I’ve ordered the I’m Lean and I’m Superman blends, paid for them and sold them on to 3 of my clients whom I thought might benefit from taking them, and I asked for the clients to report back on their experience.


The blends arrived by post one day after ordering them online in nice professional


packaging and with additional supporting materials. The packaging is durable and resealable but I found the labelling a little difficult to read (without my reading glasses) …. although maybe taking the blends will improve my aging eyesight 😊


The responses I got from the 3 clients were quick to arrive with all of them initially saying that when they mixed the blends in water the taste was not great. When I mentioned it to Naomi she suggested some recipes (which are also on her website) that make consuming the blends more palatable. The ensuing comments from the clients were quite favourable.


So now that we established that they can taste well let look at some other issues.

 

Is it a good idea to take superfood blends?

Generally speaking, almost everyone can benefit from enhancing their diets by adding nutrients. Especially those people with very busy and demanding lives, which is almost all of us.


Is it a meal replacement?

I would say probably better to take with food or as a snack rather than a meal replacement.


Is it good quality?

Can’t tell without taking it through lab tests, but I know the scientist who created them and I trust Naomi not to compromise on quality.


Is it better than other brands?

I don’t know. I’ve not tried others.


Is the price right?

I did compare it to a few other available brands and it seems to be comparing well.


Where can I purchase it?

You can order it from Naomi’s Online Shop or from a growing list of stockists.