Posts Tagged ‘backpacking superfoods’

Backpacking Superfoods: Kale Powder

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Kale or leaf cabbage are part of the cruciferous vegetable family (Brassica oleracea), which is related to other dark green leafy vegetables like spinach, broccoli, bok choy and arugula. They are famous for their good-for-your-health reputation. And kale is no exception. Rich in vitamins A, K and C, along with minerals (calcium, manganese, potassium, magnesium)…

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Backpacking Superfoods: Spinach Powder

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All we know that green leafy vegetables are good for us, but it can be a bit tough to incorporate them into backpacking diet. Spinach powder provides an excellent way to boost our daily intake of greens. It holds just as much power as fresh spinach leaves, but its super-concentrated form makes it more convenient…

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Backpacking Superfoods: Cranberry Powder

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Cranberry powder is a simple and handy way to introduce extra nutrients into the hiker’s diet, as well as bring a natural, safe color and flavor to backpacking meals. Why cranberry is good for you Cranberry powder is an important source of vitamins C, B, K1, PP. It contains various microelements: potassium, calcium and phosphorus. It…

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