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Why the Food Pyramid Isn’t Enough

by Health News

More and more research is showing that the USDA food pyramid and recommended daily allowances of various vitamins and minerals is woefully inadequate.  Considering this fact, and compounded by the fact that the majority of Americans are not even coming close to the recommended daily allowances, it’s no wonder Americans—both young and old—are becoming increasingly overweight and unwell.

 Increasing consumption of fruits and vegetables for weight control and good health.

But what if you are one of the few that eat organically grown fruits and vegetables, watch your sugar and salt intake, avoid trans-fats and hydrogenated oils, and choose free-range meats and poultry? You are doing pretty well, right?  Wrong.

In an ideal world, this type of diet would meet all of your nutritional needs. Unfortunately, the harsh light of reality tells us that this is not so. Even whole foods, like fruits, vegetables, and grains, are often grown in nutrient-depleted soils, and don't have enough of the vitamins and minerals your body needs.

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You could increase your produce intake even more…or you could augment your already healthy diet with a supplement product that gives you a plethora of fruits and vegetables in supplement or powder form.  We should all probably do both! 

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