We’ve got some more interesting nutritional tidbits from our friend, Michael Greger of NutritionFacts.org. We know that eating fruits gives us greater health benefits than drinking fruit juice (eating an apple is healthier than drinking processed apple juice, after all), but do you know what the one fruit is whose fruit juice is healthier than the actual fruit itself? It’s not a trick question! Check out the video for the answer.

Even with caloric intake taken into account, turns out meat consumption still increases weight gain. Dr. Michael Greger of NutritionFacts.org tells us more.

Turns out that people buying dietary supplements may actually be paying to make themselves sick. It should come as no surprise that the folates and vitamins found in fruits and veggies are much healthier than those found in concentrated supplement forms. Take a look at what Michael Greger, M.D, of NutritionFacts.org has to say about it. Are you spending money on supplements instead of eating the right foods?

We’ll admit, ‘nutrient synergy’ sounds like something out of a vegan-based sci-fi thriller. But, as Dr. Michael Greger of NutritionFacts.org shows us, it’s actually super important in combating illnesses and inflammation. Though it’s important to take in high numbers of fruits and vegetables, it can be more important to take in a variety of fruits and vegetables, which increases nutrient and food synergy. Watch the video below to learn a little more about why variety matters.

Salad is certainly a healthy meal, but that doesn’t mean a NutriBlast isn’t! A NutriBlast will go easier on your digestive system, and since digestion is the process that takes up the most of your body’s energy, it’s important to save as much of that energy as possible, while still ingesting nutrients and fiber. Take a look at what David Wolfe has to say.