Some scientific studies by the 1990s already said that fruit had lowered considerably its content in vitamins, if that was in those years imagine now, almost 20 years later. For example, they said that oranges had lowered its content in vitamin c significantly and that the apples had almost no, are more perfect in terms of size and view Yes, but have lost smell and taste before and the worst of all its contents in vitamins. Eat 5 pieces of fruit a day, but almost nobody does, one for lack of habit and another because it is not a taste take this fruit resembling plastic (and that it almost is) just because they recommend it. Experts are recommending for a long time which should be used to provide these vitamins in the form of supplements because they are essential for the proper functioning of our body. Many people seek these contributions in supplements from pharmacies and clear most of these are no longer natural but chemical.
There are however in the market nutritional supplements based on fruits that bring impressive benefits and are completely natural. I recommend them to know MonVie a charged antioxidant drink because the natural juice of 19 exotic fruits and including is acai (fruit of the Brazil that contains in addition an important protein like egg) there are three different: this original containing the contribution of 19 fruits said earlier. The second leads in addition natural components that help counteract pain of joints, apart from the benefit of 19 fruits. And the third contains an also natural ingredient which in this case is intended to counteract the cholesterol and triglycerides, assisting in the cleaning of the veins and arteries, to have a strong heart. Of more this say that this fruit concentrate (with very good taste, incidentally) is full of elements that help to counteract the formation of cancer cells and aging because they prevent the free radicals that are the cause of all this. For more information You can ask me add me to skype, my user ID is irayame. I hope that it has been of your interest.