2 ½ servings fruit + 1 ½ servings veg*
(psst...88% of people don’t get enough PURPLE/BLUE fruits & veg in their diets**)
10 fruits and vegetables. Nothing else.
See Ruvi website
*based on ½ cup serving size
**America’s Phytonutrient Report. Nutrilite Health Institute, 2009.
- Blueberry: Believed to have one of the highest antioxidant levels of common fruits and veg. It can help maintain brain function and improve memory. It’s really great for your heart too.
- Grape: Shown to improve memory, attention, and mood. May also slow aging and promote longevity.
- Blackberry: Antioxidants in blackberries help fight free radicals and alter how brain neurons communicate. This may help reduce brain inflammation, which can lead to cognitive and motor issues common with aging.
- Banana: May balance blood sugar levels, improve digestive health. High in many nutrients like vitamin B6 which may increase mood-boosting serotonin.
- Strawberry: Associated with a reduced risk of chronic diseases. Slows cognitive decline by up to 2 ½ years.
- Broccoli: Rich in vitamin K and choline which can strengthen cognitive abilities and improves memory.
- Zucchini: May stabilize blood sugar levels and insulin levels. High in vitamin C and riboflavin which improves the strength of the brain and slows degenerative mental conditions.
- Spinach: Tops the charts as one of the healthiest vegetables on earth. Helps fight chronic diseases including cancer. Rich in vitamin K, lutein, folate, iron, and beta carotene — all brain-healthy ingredients that may slow cognitive decline.
- Acai: A dark purple Brazilian superfruit that's packed with nutrition, particularly anthocyanins — powerful antioxidants that help the heart, help reduce cancer, and may protect your brain from damage as you age.
- Maqui Berry: A rare, exotic purple fruit that grows wild in South America (mainly harvested by the Machupe Indians in Chile). Packed with 3x the antioxidants of most common berries, Maqui fights inflammation, protects against heart disease, and improves memory.