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superfood

[ soo-per-food ]
/ ˈsu pərˌfud /
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noun
a food considered exceptionally good for one’s health and for boosting the immune system owing to its naturally high content of vitamins, minerals, fiber, antioxidants, or omega-3 fatty acids: If you crave superfoods, try the quinoa, kale, and roasted beet salad sprinkled with toasted walnuts and flaxseed.
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Origin of superfood

First recorded in 1910–15; super- + food
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