Let’s face it: everyone wants to eat healthier. Everywhere you turn, movies, music, and media are flooded with images of the owners of healthy bodies expounded upon the advantages of a healthy diet and an active lifestyle. If you’re like most, your first reaction is probably “Well, yeah, if I had the money to hire a private personal trainer and my own dietician, living healthier would be easy.” The stigma that eating healthy costs a fortune may have some seeds of truth in it, yet there are also plenty of dietary and nutritional supplements out there that are designed to fit into everyone’s budget. The problem is, each has so many detractors that it’s hard to know if any of them truly work.

Yet do they all? Recently, a new nutritional product has stormed into the dietary supplement space, backed by a ton of fanfare and carrying with it a name as big as the promises it makes: Texas Superfood. With a sea of supporters and claims that it provides a complete allowance of essential Vitamins A,C,D, and E while only having 15 calories, Texas Superfood certainly seems to be the real deal. Yet before you start creating your own personal Superfood storehouse, it pays to know for yourself if this latest “magic pill” really does live up to all of the hype.


What is Texas Superfood?


They say that everything’s bigger in Texas, so it shouldn’t be surprising that a supplement bearing the state’s name would have the brass to call itself “Superfood.” Created by Dallas natural medicine doctor, Dennis W. Black, N.D. and manufactured and distributed by Carrollton, Texas-based NuPlexa (for whom Dr. Black sits on its advisory board), Texas Superfood claims to contain more than 55 raw, organic, and antioxidant rich fruits, vegetables, algae, minerals, and digestive enzymes. You can buy either the original Texas Superfood product or Superfood Select in either pill or powder form. All Superfood products are advertised to be both gluten- and GMO free, with the Select products containing added concentrations of essential vitamins, enzymes, and probiotics.

Just how potent is Texas Superfood? Its creators claim that a single serving can deliver the following nutritional benefits compared to other alternatives:

  • The same amount of Vitamin A as a cup of spinach
  • The same amount of Vitamin C as a single orange
  • The same amount of Vitamin D as 3.5 cups of milk
  • The same amount of Vitamin E as 2.5 cups of almonds

NuPlexa is so confident in Superfood’s ability to deliver on its claims that the company even offers a 30-day money back guarantee if you’re not satisfied.