Dietary Guidelines for Americans

Fruits and vegetables are the foods that should be eaten most often, according to the 

Dietary Guidelines for Americans. 
For most people, this means more than doubling the amount of fruits and vegetables they eat daily.

How much do you need? 

Recommended amounts vary for age and gender, but here's a general guideline: Make fruits and vegetables about half of what you eat, every time you eat.

The following categories of fruits and vegetables are important to eat at least several times a week, because they are rich in vital nutrients:
  • Dark green vegetables, such as spinach, broccoli and leaf lettuces
  • Orange vegetables, such as sweet potatoes and carrots
  • Starchy vegetables, such as potatoes and corn
  • Dry beans, such as kidney beans, black-eyed peas and black beans
But what if you don't like vegetables? 

Or you can't eat fruit because you're diabetic? 

Or you simply don't have the time?

That's why there's BarleyLife Xtra. It's a quick and easy way to get the recommended nine fruits and veggies every day. 

And because it's made from real food, there are no negative side effects and your body knows exactly what to do with the nutrients.

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