2022 Superfoods - VitaHustle ONE

Top 10 Superfoods You Should be Eating in 2022

You're probably wondering what superfoods and other nutrients you need to eat to stay healthy and get back on track with your diet. Thanks to the Pollock Communications and Today's Dietitian  survey of 1,173 registered dietician nutritionists, we get a peek at what's trending with plant-based foods and superfoods. 

The obvious focus of the year was plant-based and nutrient dense foods that have a lot of antioxidants and superfood powers. This is due to a growing interest in what is called functional foods - or foods that provide health benefits. 

Research shows that less than 13% of Americans eat enough fruit and a dismal 9.2% of Americans are eating just 3 cups of vegetables per day! This is up from 8.9% of Americans getting enough vegetables each day but while that is an improvement - it isn’t anything to cheer about!

One of the most interesting parts of this survey was the Top 10 Superfoods of 2022.  Many of these nutrients have been included in VitaHustle's new ONE Superfood powder. Kevin Hart is passionate about healthy living and for years has focused on a healthy, plant-based diet. Now his superfood drink contains many of the top superfoods of 2022. 

Top Superfoods on the 2022 List  are: 

  • Superfood Blueberries

  • Superfood Seeds Quinoa, Chia & Hemp

  • Superfood Acai & Golden Berries

  • Superfood Avocados

  • Superfood Green Tea

  • Superfood Nuts & Grains 

  • Superfood Spinach & Greens 

  • Superfood Kale

Everyday you should focus on eating fruits and vegetables, but VitaHustle ONE Superfood can be used daily to supplement your diet. Also, if your hustle is on overdrive and you need the extra nutritional support, it's critical that you get extra plant-based proteins and nutrients. 


Fruits and vegetables can play an extremely important role in a healthy diet. In addition to providing vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants (components that you can get from superfood powders), fruit and vegetables provide fiber, calories/carbohydrates, and volume in your diet. The later refers to the bulk/volume of food that fruits and vegetables provide without lots of calories - this allows you to eat more food, but less calories, helping leave you feeling fuller on less.

So, don’t skimp on fruits and vegetables, but…when it comes to getting enough fruits and/or vegetables in our diet - let’s be honest, we could all use some help. VitaHustle ONE Superfood just could be The ONE for you. 

 

Michael Roussell, PHD

Author, Speaker, and Nutritional Consultant - https://mikeroussell.com/

Dr. Mike Roussell is known for transforming complex nutritional concepts into practical nutritional habits that his clients can use to ensure permanent weight loss and long-lasting health. Mike holds a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from Hobart College and a doctorate in nutrition from Pennsylvania State University. He now serves on the Advisory Board for Men’s Health Magazine. In addition, having published over 500 articles on health and nutrition and appearing in over 150 TV segments as a nutrition expert, he has authored and/or served as the consulting nutritionist for 10 books.