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Rethink what you know about fruits and vegetables

Most adults in the U.S. are not anywhere close to eating the federal government’s daily recommendation of fruits and vegetables. Yet research shows that by eating a proper diet, you can reduce your risk of chronic disease - conditions such as osteoporosis, cancer, dementia, pulmonary disease, stroke, diabetes, or kidney stones - by 80 percent.

Take care of your health naturally

Many consumers know they’re not eating enough fruits and vegetables, so they take vitamins to make up for the lack of nutrition. Yet research shows that the body might not benefit from isolated nutrients found in vitamins - it needs macronutrients, micronutrients, phytonutrients, and antioxidants, all found in whole, plant-based foods.

Here are the research-driven reasons we created Whole Nutraceuticals and patient-specific dietary strategy - a convenient way to give your body nutrients it needs in a form it can use.