We are used to being told to eat our “greens.” But what about our reds, blues, yellows and oranges? According to a new report, 78% of Americans are suffering a “phytonutrient” gap, missing out on the disease-fighting benefits of colorful fruits a...
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Amy Hendel: Hi I am Amy Hendel and nutritionist and health expert. American side of nutrient report reveal that a staggering eight out of ten Americans are not getting the benefits of a diet which in colorful fruits and vegetables, because they have a Phytonutrient gap, what are Phytonutrient well fruits and vegetables contains vitamins, minerals, and fibre but they also have these active compounds that give them the real best color and that provide a broad range of health benefits. They support high health and bone health and high health brain activity and even your immunity. So how are we going to get a daily dose of color, will start first by thinking about targeting 2 servings each from the 5 main color categories. They include green, red, white, blue purple is another one orange yellow is the last one. And you should be having again 2 servings from each of those five color categories. Specifically you can not provoke those wilted veggies put them in broth based soup, what are some other tips you can include will why not cook your fish with a lot of vibrant herb colors and vegetable colors why not add over ripped fruit puree it down and put in a muffin mix. Why not baked those over ripped apples and then putting some raisins and not toast them away. Some great tools we have our line to help you, are the Phytonutrient spectrum and we also have a way for you to calculate your own personal Phytonutrient gap, by logging on to the daily Phytonutrient snap shot, of course we want to eating many more color full fruits and vegetables and then may be including a natural plant base supplement, I recommend those by nutrilite and for more information why not check out nutrilite.com/color.

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