Phytonutrients: Doing a body good

The average American should be consuming anywhere between 5 to 13 servings per day of fruits and vegetables. Sadly the average American consumes less than 1% of that.
Why is that?
Sometimes it comes down to costs. The reality for a lot of people is that trying to feed a family on a tight budget often eliminates these healthier choices. The time that it takes to find good produce is also a huge factor, especially if you’re trying to eliminate genetically modified foods from your pantry. Lastly there is the taste factor. So many natural occurring tastes have been supplanted by the food industry with sugary sweet substitutes that many people find the naturally occurring sugar and salts in produce to be offensive to their taste buds.
This is a huge problem because within these fruits and vegetables are naturally occurring enzymes and nutrients that the body requires to function at a high level of efficiency. There is no doubt that the healthcare industry is growing by leaps and bounds because of this diet deficiency.
One of the most important elements of a well-balanced diet are the presence of phytonutrients. These are found primarily in fruits and vegetables and are the building blocks that a body needs so that the perfect sequence of cellular level events can occur. These events, at the cellular level, are vitally important to your overall health and well-being. A body that is starved for these elements is seriously compromised and cannot, in many cases, heal itself as readily as it could if these elements were present.
Don’t ever underestimate the importance of providing your body the perfect fuel that it craves.
A great place to start is with Zeal. Their proprietary formula has many of the vital nutrients that a body deficient in phytonutrients can benefit from. It tastes great and can be mixed with either water or a juice of your choice. If you’re still skeptical contact me via for a free sample, or take the plunge like I did and order your own supply at You’ll be glad you did.


~ by wellnessfortoday on August 19, 2014.

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