Dark Leafy Green Consumption

Are you benefiting from Eating Dark Leafy Greens?

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In the Food Intake section of the questionnaire, The Analyst™ will ask the following question about dark leafy green consumption:
Approximately how much dark leafy green vegetable or broccoli do you eat? Examples include spinach, kale, collard greens. A serving is about the size of a tennis ball, or half a cup (125ml).
Possible responses:
→ Don't know
→ None / less than one serving per week
→ Less than one serving per day
→ 1-3 servings per day
→ 3 or more servings per day

What does this tell us?

Based on your response, which may indicate no dark leafy greens consumption, low dark leafy greens consumption, some dark leafy greens consumption or high dark leafy greens consumption, The Analyst™ is able to consider possibilities such as Calcium Requirement.  Those aged 19 through 50 who are not getting at least 1000mg of calcium per day through low oxalate greens, fortified foods such as orange juice, soy milk or dairy products probably have a calcium requirement.
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