Life Enthusiast Newsletter 045
Here’s how you’ll say… “Wow, I Feel GREAT!”
Have you heard the latest about how many servings of vegetables you need every day to stay healthy?
It’s pretty big.
According to the USDA’s Dietary Guidelines, the amount of fruits and vegetables you should eat every day is from 5 to 13 servings – depending on your age, gender, activity and overall health.
Are you eating 5 to 13 servings of veggies and fruit every day?
Likely not, but the benefits you’ll feel are incredible, and will help you live longer without discomforts and disease. Of course, we have an easy, healthy way to help…
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We’re all pretty clear on the importance of getting enough plants into your diet.
I believe that fruits and vegetables are the MOST important food group because – unlike every other food group – they actually CAN provide all the nutrients for your good health.
Keep in mind that a poorly functioning digestive system can wreak all sorts of havoc with your body, depending on your personal weaknesses.
Bad digestion can result in anything from arthritis to cancer… honestly. It all depends on your individual weak tendencies.
For decades, nutritional experts have recommended that we eat 3 to 5 servings of vegetables every day – to maintain good health. But statistics state that less than 10% of us actually eat this amount.
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