Most people are not deficient in a certain nutrient. This is due to the claim that organic foods are more nutritious and healthy. This creates a high potency whole food vitamin. As Americans cannot rely on the food supply to provide adequate nutrition and also cannot count on the source, quality and purity of most commercially available nutritional supplements, the only answer appears to lie in whole food supplementation.\n\nIt becomes counterproductive to over think your nutritional and vitamin intake, but it is also unwise to ignore it. While we can live without enough of a certain vitamin for a while, in the long term a vitamin deficiency is a precursor to all sorts of health problems.\n\nA general list of the most highly recommended vegetables with regards to anti-aging and health benefits would include kale, chard, spinach, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, red and green peppers, garlic, onions, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, green peas, asparagus and carrots.\n\nSelect whole food vitamins that do not have any chemicals, sugar, or other artificial substances added to them. As whole food supplements are natural products, it would be optimal if the manufacturer employed practices of sustainability and green policy. This means your body doesn’t use it; synthetic vitamin C has no health giving properties – none.\n\nOur Whole Health System includes our whole food supplements for Fruits & Veggies as well as Fiber & Spice. Since whole food ingredients are natural, they contain a host of nutrients that exist within a complex. Whole food vitamin supplements (vitamins extracted directly from foods) are far superior to synthetic vitamins (vitamin look alikes made by mixing chemicals together in a lab).
Whole foods are our best source of nutrition and provide the most complete sources of vitamins and minerals. As a Clinical Nutritionist, I recommend my clients and customers eat a whole food, natural diet and […]