Hi dear Parent,I've been doing some extensive research on supplements. The information I'm discovering points to the importance of getting our nutrients from whole foods. Science is beginning to reali...
Hi dear Parent,
I've been doing some extensive research on supplements. The information I'm discovering points to the importance of getting our nutrients from whole foods. Science is beginning to realize that our bodies use whole foods better than vitamins, which are bits and pieces and parts of whole food.
It's no accident, they tell us, that an apple, for example, is filled with a hundred or more different vitamins and nutrients (and, as yet, unidentifiable "good stuff") that are designed to work TOGETHER to feed our bodies well and to energize us. There's Truth in the old saying: "An apple a day, keeps the doctor away." That apple, a whole food, "knows" how to protect and build up our immune system to keep us healthy!
All Nature's Gifts are designed in that way: Nutritious foods like fruits and veggies - apples, oranges, bananas, pineapple, grapes; carrots, broccoli, sweet potatoes, corn, string beans.
Scientists, nutritionists and medical doctors tell us we should eat five servings of fruits a day, and four servings of vegetables a day. That's a whole lotta food to eat. To be honest, most of us don't eat that well each and every day, don't you agree? There are daze (sic) when I'm lucky to eat a banana, a handful of grapes, a baked potato and maybe some steamed green beans. But that's not enough healthy whole food to fuel our bodies optimally.
For over six months now I've been increasing my daily servings of whole foods with MORE whole foods. In fact, I'm delighted to tell you that I've been able to eat, not nine fruits and vegetables a day, but SEVENTEEN!
I'm feeling stronger, more relaxed and definitely healthier. I'll be so glad if you'll visit the site listed below. I think the information there will be enlightening to you and empower you in your search for continued good health for your family. This company even has fruits and veggies for the Liddle Kiddles... they're called Gummies! Come in all sorts of colorful shapes. And best of all... they don't taste like turnips! :)
Come for a visit now, please.
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