The ever-growing popularity of The Food Network is proof that cooking healthy, nutritious and delicious food is a goal for many Americans. Unfortunately, the disconnect between aspiration and the reality of day-to-day life is real. For example, did you know that a mere 6% of the U.S. population consumes the recommended daily servings of vegetables? The recommendation (between 5 -7 servings) means that the majority of Americans are falling woefully short… averaging only 2.25 total servings of veggies per day!
To combat this shortfall, many turn to vitamin supplements. While this may be a fast, easy solution, the synthetic vitamins found within many supplements are simply inferior to vitamins occurring in their natural state.
Want a better way? I’ve found it!
ENOF powder is so simple. Just sprinkle it (sparingly) on food. A mere 1/12th of a teaspoon of ENOF provides the equivalent vitamin nutrition from 2 1/2 servings of vegetables. In fact, just one serving contains up to 60% of daily recommended values for many key vitamins.
But, what is ENOF?
The brainchild of company President and Chief Health Officer Mark Gillis, ENOF was created in response to his youngest child, a quintessential “picky eater.” ENOF powder is made from a variety of fresh, organic vegetables, which are freeze dried and turned into a fine powder. This powder retains the veggies’ nutritional value. And, ENOF’s nutritional facts are confirmed by third-party, accredited laboratory tests.
So, what else is in ENOF? Well… nothing. ENOF has no ingredients other than whole vegetables including tomatoes, broccoli, shitake mushrooms, carrots, beets and spinach. In addition, it contains no synthetic vitamins, sugar, syrups or dyes. Plus, it’s both gluten and allergen-free.
I’ve found ENOF powder extremely easy to use (I strongly recommend using a very scant 1/8 teaspoon to measure; don’t trust a shake.) Depending on what you use this powder in or on, it is almost entirely tasteless. So toss it onto cooked veggies, slip in a stew, add to a pot of soup, or mix it into meatloaf. If you have a picky eater in your family, he will never know.
Ready to try ENOF? You can purchase a sample, which includes 10 servings, for just $15.00. A one-month supply is $38.95. Or save big, and purchase a six-month supply for just $149.95. Plus, receive free shipping on all US orders.
Visit the ENOF website to get more nutritional information and details. Get serious about nutrition. After all, ENOF is enough!
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