When you were a child, I bet your mother told you to eat your fruits and veggies…
…and now that you’re “older” you see that same advice coming from all of the health outlets, of course…
My name is Dr. Dennis Clark and today I’m writing to let you know that those fruits and vegetables may NOT be providing ENOUGH nutrients to prevent premature aging…
Here are 4 big reasons why…
#1 Soil Depletion
A study published in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition found “reliable declines” in the amount of protein, vitamins and minerals for 43 different fruits and vegetables over the past 50 years.
#3 Chemical Pesticides
Antioxidants are the substances in plants that protect cells from the effects of aging. A study published in the Journal of British Nutrition found that organic fruits and vegetables have 20% – 40% higher antioxidant activity that those sprayed with chemical pesticides.
#4 Genetic Modification
An estimated 80% of food crops are now genetically engineered. A long-term study conducted at the University of Caen in France shows that a lifelong diet of genetically modified foods may be associated with tumors, organ damage and premature death in lab mice.
With so much stacked against fruits and veggies these days, health-conscious baby boomers must find creative ways to get the nutrients their cells need.
Well just recently a medical botanist discovered 8 superfoods that provide the nutritional benefit of an entire basket of fruits and veggies…
In just 1 tablespoon!
PS… One of these superfoods has 600x more Vitamin C than oranges! Another has 30x more antioxidants than red wine! See the list
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On Thu, Jan 24, 2019, 5:03 PM Erica Greene <firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: