Which of these looks more nutritious to you? Even the healthier organically grown plant has less nutrition than you might expect.
How do you find food that has high nutrition levels? Just because a food has been grown organically doesn’t mean it will deliver outstanding nutrition. Even if you had all the resources in the world, would you want to spend time checking out the nutrition levels produced by every farmer?
Did you know that even wholesome foods like broccoli contain much less nutrition than they did about 70-120 years ago? Nearly all food today, including food organically grown, has low levels of nutrition thanks to poor farming practices, which in turn, have depleted our soils. So what does that mean? How do you find food that has high nutrition levels?
We source food that is produced using high brix nutrient dense farming principles, a beyond organic type of farming which replenishes the soil and greatly increases the nutrition of food. We have a list of standards by which we measure nutrient density levels. These standards far exceed the nutrient content of virtually all food produced today. We only source food that meets or exceeds these standards.
We focus on maximizing the nutrition of any food that we carry. We strive to constantly improve the nutrient density levels of our products to reach the nutrition levels our foods had when the soils were still virgin. Once we accomplish this, we aim to reach the greatest nutrient density levels ever mankind’s history. Our research has shown that the more nutrient dense our food is, the healthier we will all be, the less food we will need to eat, and the more you will enjoy eating healthy foods due to the better flavor. Better taste tends to go hand in hand with better nutrition.