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Americans Do Not Eat Enough Vegetables



The Center for Disease Control recently conducted an analysis and concluded only 13.1% of Americans consume enough fruit, while only 8.9% eat enough vegetables.

This wouldn’t be such a big deal, but fruits and vegetables are extremely healthy for you. When you eat more fruits and veggies, you get more essential nutrients.

Plus, veggies are low in calories and can help manage your body weight.

Also, numerous studies have found vegetables benefit the cardiovascular system, reducing the chances of stroke and heart disease, as well as providing numerous other health benefits, such as a stronger immune system.

"Eating fruits and vegetables rich in potassium is an important part of an overall healthy diet,” says Portnoy. “They may reduce the risk of developing kidney stones and may help to decrease bone loss. They cut the risk for heart disease and diabetes, too." - The Chicago Tribune

If you're not a big veggie eater, the Garden Trio® makes it quick and easy to get the recommended nine to thirteen daily servings of vegetables.

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P.S. In order to match the nutritional power of the Garden Trio®, you would need three servings of green vegetables to equal a single serving of BarleyLife®. As for concentrated nutrition, it takes twenty-five pounds of carrots to equal one pound of Just Carrots® and twenty-five pounds of beets to equal one pound RediBeets®.

If all-natural, vegetable nutrition is your aim, then the Garden Trio® is the ultimate solution.

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P.P.S Did you know a carrot a day can reduce your risk of stroke by eighty-six percent?

This is according to "Food, Your Miracle Medicine", the book by Jean Carper.

With the Garden Trio®, it's simple and easy to get a carrot a day and much more.

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