March is the month for green! Eat delicious green fruits and vegetables this month and celebrate their ability to support heart and cellular health.
Phytonutrients in green fruits and vegetables
Green fruits and vegetables get their color from the natural, protective substances called phytonutrients (or “plant nutrients”). The key phytonutrients in green fruits and vegetables are isothiocyanate, lutein, zeaxanthin, isoflavones, and EGCG, plus many more.
Benefits of phytonutrients
Phytonutrients contained in green fruits and vegetables have many health benefits for your body. They support arterial function and cell, lung and vision health.
Eat these green fruits and veggies
Try these fruits and vegetables to get the healthy benefits for your heart and cellular health:
- Collard greens
- Green peppers
- Brussels sprouts
- Green beans
- Green tea
Why add supplements?
A busy schedule and a diet-on-the-go might mean missing out on those good-for-you nutrients. Adding supplements to your daily regimen makes getting what you need easier.
Try these supplements
Nutrilite™ Concentrated Fruits and Vegetables tablets: Phytonutrients to help support heart, circulatory, colon, eye and prostate health.†
Nutrilite™ Twist Tubes 2GO™ Fruits and Vegetables: Provides full day’s worth of vitamins A and C.
Nutrilite™ Double X™ Supplement: Vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients to support a healthy heart, brain, eyes, skin, bones and immune system.†
Nutrilite™ Multi Carotene: Helps support your eyes and provides antioxidants to help fight damage from free radicals.†
Nutrilite™ Vitamin C Extended Release: Helps support your body’s immune system all day.†
† This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.