1 ½ servings fruit + 2 ½ servings veg*
(psst...69% of people don’t get enough GREEN fruits & veg in their diets**)
8 fruits and vegetables. Nothing else.
See Ruvi website
*based on ½ cup serving size
**America’s Phytonutrient Report. Nutrilite Health Institute, 2009.
- Grape: The National Institutes of Health recommends increasing your daily intake of grapes as a healthy option for increasing your insoluble fiber to support digestive regularity due to the high fiber. Grapes may help the liver by reducing inflammation and preventing liver damage.
- Fuji Apple: High in soluble fiber and water, sweeping the colon and causing fullness after eating. BTW, whole apples do this way better than their juice counterpart. Apples are also known to act as a prebiotic—feeding your gut with good bacteria.
- Banana: Filled with nutrients to support the kidneys, your body’s master cleaner. Contains a good dose of fiber which helps the digestive tract and may aid in weight loss.
- Zucchini: Contains both soluble and insoluble fiber, reducing the risk of constipation. May help reduce hunger.
- Cucumber: Very effective in blocking free radicals that can cause inflammation and aging.
- Granny Smith Apple: Filled with fiber, they can support good digestion and provide a feeling of fullness.
- Spinach: Boosts immunity and aids in cleansing. Packed with vitamins and minerals.
- Kale: A powerhouse plant that is nutrient dense (high in nutrients and low in calories). It can help reduce inflammation, lower cholesterol, and detox the liver.