You can tell a lot about a person by what’s in their fridge. You can tell who’s a soda drinker, who’s a bottled salad dressing junkie, who eats out all the time, who likes to cook, and who cooks but never eats their leftovers. You can tell if a person buys their food at chain markets or farmers markets. You can tell if they have ADD or OCD. Then there’s the “organic-everything” person, the gluten-free person, the I-don’t-really-cook-but-I-heat-stuff-up “chef,” the vegans, the meat eaters and the person who hasn’t actually cleaned their refrigerator in a really really  l-o-n-g  time.

But one thing is for sure, the health-conscious people usually fill their refrigerators with fresh fruits and vegetables. Why is that? What do they know that other people don’t know?

what's in your fridge fruits and vegetables

Now I could go into a whole spiel about the 10,000+ phytonutrients only found in fruits and vegetables. Or that no supplement will give you the same benefits as the real thing. Or talk about how important the alkalizing effects are on the body. But would you really be interested in that?

Here’s what it comes down to. . .vegetables make you look and feel good. Isn’t that what we all want?

The thing that people who regularly flood their bodies with the nutrition only found in fresh fruits and vegetables know is that they they feel alive, their skin glows, their body functions regulate, their weight regulates, they have energy and they just don’t feel the same when they don’t eat them. Just ask them. . .

I challenge you to devour as many fruits and especially vegetables as you can over a 21-day period and watch what happens. And if you’d really like to get all crazy with it, check out my 21-Day Purification Program. It’ll blow you away!


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