We calculated how much you or your child would need to eat, EACH DAY, to match the nutritional value provided in just 1 serving of Potential.
Get Ready, Get Set, EAT!!!
- 9 eggs (Vitamin A) 1
- 6 fresh oranges (Vitamin C) 1
- 5 cups of 2% milk (Vitamin D3) 1
- 2 cups of almonds (Vitamin E) 1
- 1 1/4 cups of blueberries (Vitamin K1) 1
- Natto (Japanense fermented soy) (Vitamin K2)
- 4 1/2 cups of cooked lentils (Vitamin B1) 1
- 4 cups of cooked spinach (Vitamin B2) 1
- 5.3 oz of canned tuna (Vitamin B3) 1
- 5 cups of cooked soybeans (Vitamin B6) 1
- 2 1/2 cups of brussels sprouts (Folate) 1
- 1/2 lb of ground beef (Vitamin B12) 1
- ~30 oz. of liver (Biotin) 2
- 9 cups of plain yogurt (Pantothenic acid) 1
- 6 oz. of 2% milk (Calcium) 1
- 6 cups of cooked peas (Iron) 1
- 4 1/2 oz. of cod (Iodine) 2
- 7 1/2 oz. roasted turkey (Magnesium) 1
- 12 oz. part skim ricotta cheese (Zinc) 1
- 7 oz. sockeye salmon (Selenium) 1
- 1 cup of canned white beans (Copper) 1
- 1 1/2 cups shiitake mushrooms (Manganese) 1
- 5 1/2 cups of broccoli (Chromium) 2
- 25 bananas (Molybdenum) 3
- 22 medium apples (Silicon) 4
- 5 oz. farmed salmon fillet (Taurine ) 5
Potential Additionally Provides
Anthoflavone Complex - over a dozen beneficial polyphenols (Nature’s Antioxidants) from grape, citrus, decaffeinated green tea, bilberry, blueberry, cherry, cranberry, elderberry, raspberry & rose hips.
High ORAC Fruit Blend - wholesome flavors and nutrients from the juices of dark sweet cherries, cranberries, red grapes, blueberries, pomegranates, blackberries, red raspberries, elderberries and Patagonian Maqui berries.
Lipoic-Carotenoid Complex - Sustained Release alpha lipoic acid with fat soluble antioxidants, alpha & beta carotene, lutein, lycopene, astaxanthin, cryptoxanthin & zeaxanthin - because the body is incapable of synthesizing these fat soluble nutrients which are typically found in yellow, orange & red pigmented vegetables & fruits.
Tocotrienol Complex - natural rice tocotrienols (Vitamin E family) with stabilized rice bran extract providing fat soluble antioxidants 40-60 times more powerful than Vitamin E, and not provided in most Vitamin E supplements.
1-http://www.ars.usda.gov/Services/docs.htm?docid=20958, USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference.
2-http://lpi.oregonstate.edu/infocenter/vitamins/biotin/, Linus Pauling Institute, Oregon State University.
3-Ensminger, Audrey, Food & Nutrition Encyclopedia, Vol. I, CC Press, 2nd Ed. 1994.
4-Powell, JJ, McNaughten, SA., Jugdaosingh, R., Anderson SHC, Dear, J., Dhot, F., Mowatt, L., Gleason, KL., Sykes, M., Thompson, RPH., Bolton-Smith, C., Hodson, MJ., A Provisional Database for the Silicon Content of Foods in the UK. British Journal of Nutrition (2005), 94, 804-812.
5-Gormley, T. Ronan, Neumann, Tanja, Fagen John D., Brunton, Nigel P., Taurine Content of Raw & Processed Fish Fillet/Portions. Eur Res Technol (2007) 225: 837-842.