The Time For Good Nutrition Is Now!

Dr. Roy Vartabedian is President of Vartabedian & Associates/ Designs for Wellness, a Health and Nutrition publishing and consulting firm. He is also a Doctor of Public Health, with a specialty in Chronic Disease Prevention from Loma Linda University, and holds Master of Public Health degrees in Health Education and Nutrition also from LLU. He has worked in the field of health promotion and disease prevention for over 22 years, working with patients, managing programs, consulting, and speaking throughout the U.S. and Canada. His landmark publication Nutripoints has been used in a total of 13 countries in 10 languages worldwide. He has appeared on numerous TV and radio programs. Today Show, Live With Regis, and Everyday With Joan Lunden. Articles on his Nutripoints Program have appeared in many publications including Ladies’ Home Journal, New Woman, the New York Times, and the Dallas Morning News. Previously, Dr. Vartabedian worked as Executive Director of Wellness Programs at the worldrenowned Cooper Clinic in Dallas, Texas. There he worked with Dr. Kenneth Cooper to develop the residential lifestyle improvement program on the 30acre Cooper Aerobics Center facility in Dallas, directing the program for 6 years. Before working with Dr. Cooper, he taught Preventive Care at the Family Practice Residency in Florida Hospital, Orlando, Florida for 4 years. There he trained 36 Family Practice doctors how to incorporate Patient Education and Preventive Medicine into their practices, and developed the awardwinning Preventive Care Learning Center, a facility patients used to learn more about how to improve their health and understand their disease when visiting their doctor.

The Nutripoints™ Program is a new guide to simple, healthy eating. No more counting calories, sodium, cholesterol, fats, vitamins, protein, carbohydrates, caffeine…all that work has been done for you, and formulated into just one number—the Nutripoint score. The higher the Nutripoint score for a food, the higher its nutritional value. Created by Dr. Roy E. Vartabedian while at the world famous Cooper Clinic in Dallas, no other plan is easier and healthier.

Here’s a sample of what the Nutripoint scores tell you:

*How to “upgrade” your diet and triple or quadruple your nutritional intake.

*How to “recover” nutritionally after a bad day.

*Seven ways to fight cancer nutritionally.

*Foods with negative nutritional scores you should desperately avoid.

*Ratings from the healthiest fast food chain.

*A fruit that is 6 times more nutritious than an apple.

*The best vegetable in the worldpacked with nutrition, but virtually no calories.

Covering Every Color Of The Rainbow 😉

Total of 3000 foods rated: basic, brand name, and fast foods. 80 highNutripoint recipes, 2week menu plan, shopping guide. Nutripoints is medically endorsed as a complete nutritional program. Count 100 Nutripoints per day from 6 food groups and your diet will contain fewer calories, and meet or exceed requirements of the U.S. Recommended Daily Allowances, American Heart Association, and American Cancer Society. Nutripoints gives you the answers and allows you to create your own eating plan for maximum nutrition.

How Nutripoints Works

The Nutripoint Program cuts nutritional confusion by condensing the value of all of the positive and negative factors in every food down to one number, the Nutripoint Score, which tells you how “good” or “bad” each food is. The higher the Nutripoint score, the better the food, and the more “nutrient density” (nutrients per calorie) of the food. The Best of the Best After analyzing over 3,000 foods including 1,500 “basic” foods like apples and oranges, 1,000 brand name foods, and 500 fast foods, the very highest Nutripointrated foods as a group were: #1 Vegetables, #2 Fruits. Fresh vegetables are extremely high in nutrients, very low in calories, and have virtually no “negative” factors such as fat or sodium. The same goes for fruits, which have as many nutrients as vegetables, but are higher in calories. Next come grains, and legumes (beans, peas, nuts, seeds). The lowest rated groups are whole milk/dairy and meats. Of the 100 minimum Nutripoints recommended per day, 70 of them are recommended to be obtained from vegetables(55)and fruits(15).

FOODS – VEGETABLES – FRUITS

*Follow The Points Related To The Food Types… The Higher The Points The Better The Food Is For You!!! 🙂

Turnip Greens, cooked 1 cup 79.0 Cantalope ¼ 29.0

Spinach, raw 2 cups 75.0 Guava 1 21.0

Bok Choy, raw 1 cup 72.50 Papaya ½ 20.5

Mustard Greens, cooked 1 cup 62.0 Strawberries 1 cup 19.0

Beet Greens, cooked 1 cup 56.5 Currants, Black ¾ cup 19.0

Spinach, cooked 1 cup 53.5 Mango ½ 17.5

Broccoli, raw 1 cup 53.0 Kiwi 1 17.0

Watercress, raw 20 ps. 52.5 Litchi 6 16.0

Lettuce, Romaine 2 cups 47.5 Mandarin Oranges ½ cup 15.5

Asparagus, fresh 8 stlks Honeydew Melon ¼ 14.0

Peppers, Sweet Red 2 42.5 Plums ½ cup 14.0

Swiss Chard, cooked 1 cup 42.0 Orange 1 13.5

Collard Greens, cooked 1 cup 42.0 Apricots 3 13.5

Cauliflower, raw 1 cup 40.5 Tangerine 1 13.0

Brussels Sprouts, cooked ½ cup 40.0 Grapefruit ½ 13.0

Cabbage, Common, raw 1 cup 39.0 Blackberries ½ cup 13.0

Broccoli, cooked 1 cup 38.5 Fruit Salad ½ cup 13.0

Kale, cooked 1 cup 38.5 Carambola 1 12.5

Green Pepper, raw 2 37.5 Raspberries ½ cup 12.5

Cauliflower, cooked 1 cup 37.5 Orange Juice 6 oz. 11.5

Chicory Beans, raw 1 cup 35.5 Peach 1 11.0

Carrots, raw 1 35.5 Casaba Melon ¼ 11.0

Lettuce, Butterhead 2 cups 34.0 Apricots, dried 6 11.0

Mushrooms, fresh 1 cup 32.5 Grapefruit Juice 6 oz. 11.0

Asparagus, canned 8 stlks 32.5 Watermelon 1 cup 10.5

Okra, cooked ½ cup 31.0 Prickly Pear 1 10.0

Tomato, fresh 1 30.0 Kumquat 6 10.0

Carrots, cooked ½ cup 30.0 Fruit Cocktail ½ cup 10.0

Radishes, raw 1 cup 29.0 Nectarine 1 10.0

V8 Juice 6 oz. 28.5 Cranberries 1 cup 10.0

Squash, baked ½ cup 26.5 Loquat 5 10.0

Okra, raw 1 cup 26.0 Boysenberries ½ cup 9.0

Kohlrabi, raw 1 cup 24.5 Passion Fruit 2 9.0

Beans, Green, cooked 1 cup 24.5 Pineapple ½ cup 8.0

Scallions, raw 10 24.0 Cherries 10 7.5

Vegetables, mixed ½ cup 22.0 Banana ½ 7.5

Celery, raw 8 stlks 20.0 Persimmon 1 7.5

Cucumber, raw 1 med. 20.00 Cranberry Juice 6 oz. 7.0

Blueberries ½ cup 7.0

GRAINS LEGUMES

Wheat Bran ½ cup 26.5 Bean Sprouts 2 cups 18.0

Wheat Germ ¼ cup 12.0 Green Peas 1 cup 14.0

Crackers, W Wheat 8 9.0 Minestrone Soup 1/ ½ cup 14.0

Oat Bran Cereal ½ cup 7.0 Navy Beans, cooked 1 cup 13.5

Bread, W Wheat 2 slices 6.5 Split Pea Soup ½ cup 10.0

Amaranth Pilaf ½ cup 6.5 Lima Beans, cooked ¾ cup 9.5

Muffin, W Wheat 1 6.0 Blackeyed

Peas, cooked 1 cup 9.0

Flour, W Wheat ¼ cup 6.0 Kidney Beans, cooked ½ cup 8.5

Shredded Wheat 2/3 cup 6.0 Vegetarian Burger 4 oz. 8.5

Puffed Wheat 1 cup 5.5 Beans, cooked ¾ cup 8.5

Pancakes, W Wheat 4 sm. 5.5 Lentils, cooked 1 cup 8.0

Quinoa ¼ cup 5.5 Lentil Soup ½ cup 8.0

Oatmeal ½ cup 5.5 Garbanzo Beans, cooked ½ cup 8.0

Rice, Wild ½ cup 5.5 Baked Beans ½ cup 7.5

Bread, Diet 3 slices 5.5 Black Bean Soup 1 cup 7.5

Bread, Multigrain 2 slices 5.0 Soy Milk 8 oz. 7.5

Amaranth ¼ cup 5.0 Soybeans, cooked ¾ cup 7.0

Crackers, Rye 6 5.0 Pinto Beans, cooked ½ cup 6.5

Tortilla, W Wheat 1 4.5 Lentils/Rice 1 cup 6.5

Roll, W Wheat 1 4.5 Lentil Curry Soup 1 cup 6.5

Bread, Roman Meal 2 slices 4.5 Adzuki Beans, Dry ¼ cup 5.5

Bread, Triticale 2 slices 4.5 Bean Enchiladas ½ cup 5.5

Bread, Pumpernickel 2 slices 4.5 Tofu ½ cup 5.0

Rice, Brown ½ cup 4.0 Vegetarian Hot Dog 1 5.0

Bread, Rye 2 slices 4.0 Bean Chili ½ cup 5.0

Muffin, English 1 whole 4.0 Soybean Nuts ½ cup 5.0

Bread, Wheat Germ 2 slices 4.0 Sunflower Seeds ¼ cup 4.5

Flour, Rye ¼ cup 4.0 Bean Burrito ½ 4.0

Tortilla, Corn 2 4.0 Butter Beans ½ cup 4.0

Spaghetti, HiPro ½ cup 4.0 Bean Dip 2 T 3.5

Pita Bread 1 4.0 Refried Beans ½ cup 3.5

Noodles, W Wheat ½ cup 4.0 Boston Baked Beans ½ cup 3.5

Waffles 1 4.0 Pumpkin/Squash Seeds ¼ cup 2.5

Bread, Raisin 2 slices 4.0 Trail Mix ¼ cup 2.0

Bagel, W Wheat 1 whole 4.0 Three Bean Salad 1 cup 1.5

Rice, Spanish ½ cup 4.0 Peanuts, Unsalted 25 1.5

Bagel, Pumpernickel 1 whole 3.5

Pasta, Macaroni ½ cup 3.5

MILK/DAIRY EAT/FISH/POULTRY

Nonfat Dry Milk, Prepared 2 cups 11.5 Tuna, Canned/Water ½ cup 8.0

Nonfat Light Yogurt 1 cup 10.5 Baked Pike 6 oz 7.5

Skim Milk 1 cup 9.5 Baked Salmon 3 oz 7.5

Evaporated Skim Milk ½ cup 9.5 Baked Halibut 4 oz 7.5

Skim Buttermilk 1 cup 9.5 Baked Red Snapper 6 oz 7.0

Nonfat Plain Yogurt 1 cup 9.0 Baked Bass 6 oz 7.0

Lowfat (1%) Milk 1 cup 8.0 Baked Abalone 3 oz 6.5

Lowfat (2%) HiCal Milk 1 cup 7.5 Baked Swordfish 3 oz 6.5

Lowfat Plain Yogurt 1 cup 7.0 Quail w/out skin 4 oz 6.0

Egg Whites 6 6.0 Baked Sole 6 oz 6.0

Lowfat (2%) Milk 1 cup 6.0 Pheasant w/out skin 4 oz 5.5

Nonfat Cottage Cheese ½ cup 5.5 Baked Sturgeon 4 oz 5.5

Buttermilk 1 cup 5.0 Chicken Gumbo Soup ¾ cup 5.5

Lowfat (1%) Cottage Cheese ½ cup 4.5 Baked Moose 3 oz 5.5

Nonfat Processed Cheese 2 sl 4.0 Lean Baked Ham 4 oz 5.0

Lowcal Cheese 2 oz 3.5 Baked Trout 3 oz 5.0

Lowfat (2%) Cottage Cheese ½ cup 3.0 Sardines 3 4.5

Lowcal pudding 1 cup 3.0 Baked Rainbow Smelt 4 oz 4.5

Whole Milk Plain Yogurt 1 cup 2.5 Baked Ocean Perch 4 oz 4.5

Whole (3.3%) Milk 1 cup 2.5 Baked Turkey no skin 3 oz 4.5

Lowfat (1%) Choc Milk 1 cup 2.5 Bkd Chick Breast 3 oz 4.0

Lowfat (2%) Choc Milk 6 oz 2.5 Lean Beef Round Stk. 3 oz 4.0

Whole (3.7%) Milk 1 cup 2.0 Lean Beef Flank Stk. 3 oz 4.0

Frozen Yogurt ½ cup 1.5 Baked Scallops 6 oz 4.0

Goats Milk 1 cup 1.5 Bkd Orange Roughly 5oz 4.0

Cottage Cheese ½ cup 1.5 Baked Mackerel 3 oz 4.0

Lowfat Ricotta Cheese 2 oz 0.5 Lean Beef Top Loin 3 oz 4.0

Yogurt Dressing 2 T 0.5 Lean Veal Cutlet 3 oz 3.5

Lowfat Mozzarella Cheese 1 oz 0.5 Seafood Gumbo Soup 1 cup 3.5

Parmesan Cheese 1 oz 0.5 Baked Lamb Roast 3 oz 3.5

Lowfat Swiss Cheese 1 oz 0.5 Baked Flounder 3 oz 3.5

Baked Cod 4 oz 3.5

Lean Beef Tenderloin 3 oz 3.5

Lean Beef Chuck Roast 3 oz 3.5

IN ORDER TO GET MORE FRUITS AND VEGETABLES IN YOUR DIET JUICE PLUS IS THE BEST AND EASIEST WAY TO GET UP TO 7 – 13 SERVINGS OF FRUITS AND VEGGIES EVERY SINGLE DAY! HOW MANY SERVINGS OF FRUITS AND VEGETABLES DO YOU THINK YOU NEED EVERY SINGLE DAY AND DO YOU GET THAT IN YOUR SYSTEM? JUICE PLUS IS THE NEXT BEST THING TO GET ALL THE SERVINGS YOU NEED FOR FRUITS AND VEGETABLES! 

 

 

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