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THE MYTH OF SUPERFOOD

Source: The only super things about some superfoods are the marketing teams behind them.

An incredible new food is helping men across the planet lose weight, add muscle, and even gain sexual stamina. You don’t know about panther berries? Maybe you’ve seen them in the hands of fit Instagram celebs or heard them hawked on satellite radio. Where can you find panther berries?

Nowhere. We made ’em up.

But the “benefits” cited above are not all that different from those of other so-called super foods like tiger nuts, chia seeds, jackfruit, and coconut water, none of which live up to the hype when you look closely at the research. In fact, the FDA hasn’t defined the term

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