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A diet rich in vegetables and fruits can lower blood pressure, reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke, prevent some types of cancer, lower risk of eye and digestive problems, and help keep appetite in check.
5-a-day good, 10-a-day better: A 2017 meta-study, covering 2 million subjects worldwide, found that around 7.8 million premature deaths could be prevented every year if people ate ten servings of fresh produce daily.
As part of a healthy diet low in fat, sugars and sodium, WHO suggests consuming more than 400 grams of fruits and vegetables per day to improve overall health and reduce the risk of certain noncommunicable diseases.
A global switch to diets that rely less on meat and more on fruit and vegetables could save up to 8 million lives by 2050, reduce greenhouse gas emissions by two thirds, and lead to savings of $1.5 trillion (US).
For the first time, we were able to measure the biological effects of a natural dietary supplement (Daily Greens) on changes of “oxidative and nitrosative stress markers” and cellular metabolic activity through the use of the extended “Vitality Test.” Unique activity of SPECTRATM suggests potential for the use of the supplement in modulation of oxidative stress, NO bioavailability, inflammatory response, blood glucose levels, and ultimately supporting “optimal health.
Decrease of free radical concentrations in humans following consumption of a high antioxidant capacity natural product : Daily greens containing SpectraTM is an all-natural combination of fruits, vegetables and herbs rich in polyphenols, and possesses high antioxidant capacity as measured by its activity against five free radicals.
A functional research report , determining biological effects of a natural dietary supplement , resulting in Reduced total ROS in blood by 20%, Increased cellular oxygen consumption by 140% ,Reduced Cellular inflammatory response by 34% ,Increased mitochondrial oxygen consumption 141%, Reduced Mitochondrial ROS by 42%, Increased blood circulating nitric oxide (NO) 64%