An essential nutrient for the brain, heart, and liver
This nutrient is so essential that both humans and animals need it.
We’ve all heard about vitamins and minerals and amino acids and proteins, carbohydrates, and fats, sugars and salts, but what about compounds?
This nutrient is a compound and is essential for the early development of the spine and brain. In fact, every cell in your body and cell needs this nutrient to maintain its structure, and it also helps with gene expression and the use of essential vitamins.
Imagine not getting enough nutrient that affects your heart, liver, and brain function.
This nutrient also assists with what is required for optimal functioning of your nervous system. It also affects your DNA and gene expression if your diet is low in this nutrient, so this nutrient seems to be a big role. This nutrient is not some amino acid, fats, or protein and it is water soluble. It is simple and easy nutrition to eat. Everyone can take it.
Most of us lack this nutrient in our diet.
So let’s talk about a nutrient, it’s a vitamin of the vegetable. If you’re deficient in this nutrient, you’re putting your heart and liver in serious disease.
If you’re eating a diet that’s deficient in this nutrient, you’re putting your liver and heart at risk for disease and possibly increasing your risk of heart disease.
When you know you’re deficient in something and don’t want to take a supplement, you should eat foods that contain or contain all of that nutrient. I think it’s much better.
About 90 percent of Americans are not meeting the recommended amount of vegetables.
You’ve heard that vegetables are good for you, but why are these nutrient-rich foods so important? We noted that nearly 90 percent of Americans do not meet the recommended intake of vegetables.
According to the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 80% of Americans do not eat enough fruit and nearly 90% do not eat vegetables.
We’re not even talking about relatively high amounts of fruits and vegetables. For most adults, 1-2 cups of fruit and 1-3 servings of vegetables are recommended per day.
We must understand how they are consuming fruits, and vegetables and what is consumer behavior.
People are eating less fruit and vegetables now than they used to, with most eating once a day or less.
Consumption of vegetables and juices has been decreasing over time. In fact, there are fewer opportunities to eat vegetables. Even worse, fruit/vegetable juice intake is low across all age and ethnic groups.
Opportunities to eat fruit are slightly higher. Furthermore, fruit is more common in its consumption patterns than vegetables – eaten throughout the day and as side dishes, snacks, desserts, etc.
Vegetables are mostly eaten as a side dish for dinner and to some extent in lunch.
Most are eaten fresh. In fact, it is well accepted these days that changes will need to be made to the entire food system so that we can collectively make it easier for consumers to eat their fruits and vegetables. At Nutrition On Demand, we must work with clients on innovative ways to increase fruit and vegetable consumption.
Produce for Better Health Foundation (PBH) – Beyond the state of the plate research, PBH is leading the way in leveraging behavioral science to help improve fruit and vegetable intake.