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  • n. Plural form of phytonutrient.

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  • In addition to the vitamins and minerals in foods, are the helpful food chemicals, sometimes called phytonutrients (or nutraceuticals).

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  • A natural plant defense molecule, resveratrol is only one of many beneficial plant compounds called phytonutrients, included in the class called polyphenols, of which there are thousands.

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  • Our biology, biochemistry, and physiology need certain raw materials to run optimally—the right balance and quality of protein, fats, carbohydrates, the right vitamins and minerals in the correct dose for each of us and all the colorful pigments in plant foods, called phytonutrients, that support our well-being and function.

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  • Thankfully, plants have evolved many protective defenses against pests and infection, called phytonutrients.

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  • Plants, and all fruits, contain a variety of chemicals, called phytonutrients, that are essential to human health.

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  • Fiber-rich foods are loaded with natural chemicals called phytonutrients that protect us from disease.

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  • Along with vitamins, minerals and fiber, fruits and vegetables contain plant-based compounds known as phytonutrients that research suggests provide a range of potential health benefits, including bone health.

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  • On top of that, eggplants are a great source of antioxidant called phytonutrients including the potent antioxidant called nasunin, which prevents the damage of cell membranes.

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  • What they What they don't realize is that a group of micronutrients, also called phytonutrients, can help prevent disease and restore health and vitality.

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  • 'The bitter, pungent taste you get from chicory means it's packed with plant compounds called phytonutrients,' says Hunter.

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