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<em>Vegecolor® </em>

Powdered Beverages

Vegecolor®

Low sugar | Vegan Friendly

A combination of 25 healthy fruits and vegetables.

2 packets of Vegecolor® are good source of dietary fiber.

30 • 4 g packets


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Broccoli, Red Cabbage, Cauliflower, Spinach, Carrot, Red Beet, Mushroom, Snow Pea, Lettuce, Radish, Tangerine, Asparagus, Kale, Cabbage, Red Bell Pepper, Yellow Bell Pepper, Green Bell Pepper, Tomato, Swiss Chard, Cherry, Blueberry, Lemon Peel, Brussels Sprout, Eggplant, Collard Greens

Vegecolor™ Questions & Answers

Q

How many vegetables should a person eat a day?

A

According to an online survey in China, 95.3% of people eat fewer than five types of vegetables a day. Both the amount and the variety of vegetables people eat are seriously lacking. In truth, the modern diet should consist primarily of plant foods. Nutritional Immunology recommends that at least two out of three daily meals be vegetarian. Also, for every five dishes on the dining table, ideally four should be vegetarian. In addition, Nutritional Immunology discourages deep-frying and other cooking methods that use a large amount of oil.

 
Q

Would eating large amounts of the same vegetables every day help one to obtain enough nutrients?

A

Many people assume they will attain good health so long as they follow a vegetarian diet. The truth is, eating just one or a few types of plant food is not enough. People who eat this way may not take in sufficient amounts of nutrients. Each type of fruit and vegetable has a unique profile of nutrients. These different plant-based nutrients work hand in hand to provide the body with comprehensive nourishment and to keep us healthy. Each type of plant contains its own unique phytochemicals, antioxidants, and polysaccharides. Obtaining a good mix of nutrients by eating a wide variety of plant foods helps to nourish and maintain a robust immune system that can safeguard health.

It is ideal to eat a wide array of multicolored fruits and vegetables to obtain a rich variety of nutrients to nourish the immune system. This can boost one’s immunity and bolster the fight for continued good health.

 
Q

Are green vegetables the most healthful and nutritious vegetables?

A

The colors of fresh fruits and vegetables indicate different plant-based nutrients. The more colors there are in a diet, the better for the body, as the variety means one is consuming a more comprehensive mix of nutrients. Consume a rainbow of vegetables each day. This means eating vegetables of many colors, much like those of the rainbow.

 
Q

Does eating a vegetarian diet guarantee adequate nutrition?

A

Not all vegetarian food is healthful and nutritious. Fried vegetables, for instance, are high in calories and cholesterol due to the large amount of oil used during deep-frying. This burdens the body and offsets the nutrients in the vegetables. Also, the type of oil used during cooking is often unhealthy. Furthermore, the heat from cooking strips away part of vegetables’ nutritional value and causes nutrient loss.

 
Q

Which is the most nutritious: frozen, freeze-dried, or fresh vegetables?

A

There is no direct link between the nutritional content of vegetables and whether or not they have been frozen. In fact, it has everything to do with the time the vegetables are picked and how long they are stored.

Generally, vegetables sold in the supermarkets are harvested before they are ripe; they have not reached their peak nutritional value. This is to take into account the time needed for their transportation and storage. These vegetables are also losing nutrients as they sit in the produce aisle.

Nutrients can be better retained if vegetables are harvested during their prime and frozen immediately. Freeze-drying vegetables can better retain their nutrients because they contain very little moisture.

The nutritional value of vegetables is not affected by whether or not they are frozen. However, frozen vegetables are not as tasty as their fresh counterparts.

 
Q

Are the vegetables used in Vegecolor washed and cleaned before use?

A

Yes, of course! And, they are thoroughly tested before they are used in our products.

 
Q

Why is there a sand-like residue in the bottom of my cup?

A

Because Vegecolor is made from whole fruits and vegetables that are not water soluble, some of the larger pieces in the powder may not completely dissolve and can settle to the bottom. This is completely natural. This is one reason why we recommend using Vegecolor as an add-in in various dishes and recipes, so that you can be sure to get the full complement of vegetables and fruits. The nutrients in Vegecolor are not harmed be being cooked, or used in hot dishes.

 

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