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A lot of people tend to associate a failed diet with overeating, but it’s often the other way around. If you’re undereating, you’re probably neglecting important fruits and vegetables first.
But who can blame you? Balancing macros is a challenge in itself. No wonder finding the time and energy to eat 56 servings of produce a week feels like an impossibility.
Fruits and vegetables provide vital nutrients in amounts unmatched by other food groups. These nutrients play a crucial role in your diet, but the benefits don’t stop there.
Studies show that men lacking the vital nutrients found in fruits and vegetables experience mental and physical fatigue, higher levels of body fat, and impaired muscle growth.
The FDA recommends at least 28 grams of fiber in a 2000 calorie diet. You might think you’re getting that - but there’s a good chance you’re wrong and here’s why...
A high number of items in the Canadian food supply have had their fiber removed. Removing the fiber from foods prolongs its shelf life and makes it easier to flash freeze.
Take a look at the packaged food labels next time you’re strolling the inside aisles of your grocery store. You’ll see they’re notoriously low in fiber and now you know why.