The list of superfoods to consume in 2023 for the best health!

Verified on 27/01/2023 by PasseportSanté
La liste des superaliments à consommer en 2023 pour une santé de feu !

Natural foods with high nutritional value, superfoods offer numerous health benefits.

While chia seeds have been all the rage in recent years, discover other superfoods to boost your body this year.

Flax seeds

Rich in fiber, antioxidants, essential fatty acids (omega-3), vitamins E and B and minerals (iron, magnesium, calcium…), flaxseeds offer a highly interesting nutritional contribution.

In particular, they are reputed to stimulate intestinal transit, improve digestion and lower bad cholesterol levels in the blood, as well as diabetes and hypertension.


Low in calories, rich in fiber, calcium, iron, minerals and vitamins, and endowed with anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, beet is one of the finest superfoods.

Among other things , beet boosts metabolism, restores vitality and reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease.


Low in calories and rich in fiber, vitamins and minerals, fennel is particularly appreciated for its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties.

Consuming it helps eliminate toxins, fight intestinal disorders and upset stomachs. Fennel is also reputed to improve memory deficits, as well as for its anxiolytic virtues.


Also known as duckweed, lemnaceae are aquatic plants with multiple health benefits. They contain high levels of carbohydrates, minerals, proteins and vitamins, and very low levels of fat.

The good news? As well as being excellent for your health, duckweed can be grown hydroponically and offers ultra-fast growth, which means it has a very small ecological footprint!

Tiger nuts

Although called walnuts, Tiger Nuts are actually tubers of Yellow Nutsedge, a species of rhizomatous herbaceous plant.

They are considered superfoods because they are extremely nutritious: fiber, protein, potassium, magnesium, vitamins, prebiotics…

Tiger nuts are particularly appreciated for promoting digestive health, improving satiety and reducing blood sugar spikes.