Those Veggies in the Refrigerator May Be Losing Their Nutrients

Because eating fresh, healthy foods is one of the foundations of optimizing your health -- based on my Total Health Program -- I was drawn to this interesting study about the effects of refrigeration, and the lack of it, on the nutritional value of spinach. According to Penn State researchers, spinach can lose much of its nutrient content between the time it's stored in your refrigerator and it reaches your dinner plate. Spinach stored at 39 degrees Fahrenheit loses its foliate and...

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