I think berries are the most lauded superfoods, especially cranberries and pomegranate seeds because they are high in anti-oxidents. Cacao beans are also a wonderful superfood if not messed around with.
I have some basic super-foods in my household meals that are not "weird" or "hard to cook" or too foreign and easy to add or (hide).
1. Frozen Chopped spinach ($0.99) for a packet at of homebrand at Wolworths
--- I add to omelets, casseroles, savory mince, Stir Fry's, Pasta bakes, Potato bake
2. Canned lentils
--- I add to casseroles, mince recipes, soups (even pumpkin soup)
--- I eat with steamed, with cheese sauce and I add it to the packet cheesy pasta, omelets, Pasta Bakes.
--- one a day is enough nutrients to make up for what you miss out on
(my 3 year old wasn't eating "any" vegetables and the doctor said that if she ate a banana a day, it would make up for it)
I use the microwave ones that take 90 seconds (with a box of saltanan's). I then add vanilla protein powder and a bit of water, whisk in and boom. A quick and easy breakfast that will last till 2pm (I eat at 7.30). I have days when I wont be able to eat till late and this does the trick
6. Goji Berries (yes these ARE new wave!!) I add these to yogurt and let them swell up. They taste pretty awful by themselves, but in yogurt they are terrific!!
I know these are not "the latest" superfoods, but really some of the "oldies" are "goodies" (and not too expensive)
I Think Carrot cucumber lettus with olive oil salad is the best salad. broccoli is the best food in Vegitarian. in tea green tea with mint is the best tea. fresh Barbecue meat is the best meat bcoz all oil goes out in meat. in fruit pomegranate and kiwi is the best fruit. in juice avacado juice is the best Juice.