Most of the nutritional amounts of food stuff on the Gov. web-Sites are from the 50’s or 60’s Things Have Changed and not for the better.
A landmark study proves this. In the study, researcher Donald Davis tracked the nutrient content of 43 different fruits and vegetables from 1950 to 1999. They have fallen farther since this researcher tracked them 20 years ago.
What he found should shock every person on the planet: Food sold on modern supermarket shelves is nutritionally bankrupt.
And you would need to eat at least 10 servings of vegetables today to equal just one serving from 50 years ago!
Take a look at the USDA nutritional values for produce today compared to then:
- Apples: Vitamin A is down 41%
- Sweet peppers: Vitamin C is down 31%
- Watercress: Iron is down 88%
- Broccoli: Calcium and Vitamin A are down 50%
- Cauliflower: Vitamin C is down 45%; Vitamin B1 is down 48%;and Vitamin B2 is down 47%
- Collard greens: Vitamin A is down 45%; Potassium is down 60%; and Magnesium is down 85%
You see, unlike farmers of my grandparents’ generation, Big Agra isn’t focused on nutrition or the well-being of our society. Their main goal is to make a profit.
And in the process of producing as much food as they can in the shortest time possible, they’ve stripped our native soil of its lifesaving nutrients.
Because of these profit-driven modern farming techniques, 30% of the world’s cropland is now unproductive. And what’s left is virtually useless in terms of producing crops with the phytonutrients necessary for our survival.
And this lack of nutritious foods is causing a health crisis in the U.S. Modern diseases that never affected our ancestors — chronic conditions like diabetes, heart disease, cancer and dementia — are directly linked to low nutrient levels.
A 2017 study found that more than 30% of Americans are at risk of at least one vitamin deficiency. And a staggering 67,000,000 fail to meet their most basic nutritional needs. For your nutritional needs see our product Aminos+ for Daily Nutrition in our Shop