• Nature intended us to consume foods in the whole form because the vitamins, minerals, enzymes, and all the parts your body needs are all right there. They work synergistically to give your body the nutrition it requires to support good health.

 

  • Research suggests that nutrients from whole, raw food may have a valuable holistic, or perhaps “holistic,” effect that allows key vitamins and minerals to work more effectively.

 

  • Whole food supplements contain the full array of nutrients that the body can use completely. Unlike with a synthetic supplement, where the body can only process parts of it and then excrete or store the rest in the fat, which can contribute to weight gain.

 

  • Taking Nutritional Supplements is a good way to make up for what you are not getting in your diet. It takes a large number of vegetables to make up the number of nutrients our body needs to fuel itself effectively.

 

Author Hayley Imbriani I am an Advanced Nutrition Response Testing Practitioner, and a Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT). I apprenticed for 2 years in nutrition-related fields, and have worked over 5 years as a Nutrition Response Testing Clinician and Licensed Massage Therapist. I am also a recent recipient of the Dr. Of The Future Award through Ulan Nutritional Systems.

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