Greens Are Good For You

The government tells us that we should eat at least five servings of vegetables and fruits daily.

Unfortunately, the average person is lucky to have two servings in a typical day, children even less. In their new booklet, Drs. Mindell and O’Donnell tell us how greens can protect us against heart disease; cancer; diabetes; macular degeneration; poor night vision; senile dementia; liver disease; fatigue; and blood, sleep, urinary, and colorectal disorders.

About the Author:Earl Mindell, R.Ph., Ph.D., is a professor of nutrition at Pacific Western University. In addition to writing several hundred articles on the subject of alternative health, Dr. Mindell has written more than thirty books and booklets, including the best-selling Earl Mindell’s Vitamin Bible.

Tony O’Donnell, N.D., is a naturopathic physician and is president of Emerald Greens, a natural products company.

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