BUENA PARK, Calif., June 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Imagine living in a beige home, driving a beige car and wearing almost nothing
Eight out of 10 Americans, on average, are missing out on the health benefits of a diet rich in colorful fruits and vegetables, according to America's Phytonutrient Report, released by the Nutrilite Health Institute. According to this report, the color of fruits and veggies eaten can be as important as the quantity.
America's Phytonutrient Report looked at fruit and vegetable consumption in five color categories, specifically green, red, white, blue/purple and yellow/orange. The health benefits of phytonutrients are believed to come from the compounds that give these foods their vibrant colors. Americans have a phytonutrient gap in every color category.
Is Seattle Getting Its Daily Dose of Color?
According to a recent on-line survey of nearly 500 Seattle-area residents, commissioned on behalf of NUTRILITE:
NUTRILITE is Helping Seattle Get Its Daily Dose of Color
The NUTRILITE nutritional supplement brand is helping Seattle close its phytonutrient gap and make healthy lifestyle choices. Look for NUTRILITE at:
At these events:
Westlake Plaza, June 18 through July 2. Visitors will have a chance to enter to win a $299 NUTRILITE prize package. Those who place an order on-site will walk away with a FREE NUTRILITE water bottle.
Visit www.nutrilite.com/color for more information on America's Phytonutrient Report and report extensions, Heart Health by Color and Bone Health by Color, as well as the health benefits of phytonutrients and practical tips to help you get your daily dose of color.
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