The Problem With Your Fruit & Vegies

Because agriculture has selected certain genetics to maximize sugar content and resistance to certain pests, all while decreasing the soils quality with abusive farming practices, most vegies and fruits grown today now contain far less nutrients than 50 years ago.

One study shows a reduction of 19% calcium, 22% iron, and 14% potassium.

Another study shows a reduction of 38% vitamin B2, and important declines in the amount of protein, calcium, phosphorus, iron, and vitamin C.

One study shows a reduction of 27% calcium, 37% iron, 21% vitamin A, and 30% vitamin C.

These figures don’t account for the added impact of the time it takes for your food to travel thousands of miles around the world before reaching your plate, either.

According to Martin LIndstrom, author of the book “Brandwashed”, the average supermarket apple is 14 Months old!

34% of men and 27% of women don’t get enough vitamin C.

Around 74% of adults don’t consume enough iodine – a problem that has increased over fourfold over the past 40 years.

One study sponsored by the National Institutes of Health shows that 68% of Americans are magnesium deficient.

40% of adults are deficient in vitamin B12



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