A person who chooses foods to supply all the nutrients their body needs to thrive.
A diet predominantly comprised of nutrient-dense whole foods.
A radical yet simple idea: Get all the nutrients we need from the food we eat.
The Nutrivore calculus takes into account the full cadre of essential and nonessential nutrients. This ensures both nutrient synergy as well as prioritizing the full complement of nutrients our bodies need to thrive.
What You’ll Get in Guide to Nutrivore
In Guide to Nutrivore, Dr. Sarah lays the foundation for Nutrivore as a general health approach. The goal of a Nutrivore diet is to fully meet the body’s physiologic needs for both essential and nonessential nutrients from the foods we eat, also called nutrient sufficiency, but without consuming excess energy.
With this beautifully-designed e-book, you’ll:
learn how a Nutrivore approach can improve health
appreciate what essential and nonessential nutrients do in the body
get practical tips on how to increase nutrient-density
examine how to use the Nutrivore Score to choose healthier foods
find detailed nutrition information on the Top 100 Nutrivore Score Foods
compare the nutrient-density versus energy-density of food groups
easily implement Nutrivore with handy-dandy visual guides and reference tables!
The Nutrivore philosophy is a completely new and innovative way to look at food, and yet is so logical that it’s shocking that it’s never been done before!
Being a Nutrivore is about the overall quality of the whole diet, and not about a list of yes-foods and no-foods. Even though eliminating empty calorie foods helps to achieve nutrient sufficiency without overeating, no food is strictly off-limits. And, the higher the variety and amount of nutrient-dense powerhouse foods we eat, the more room there is for empty calories.
In this way, being a Nutrivore is a diet modifier rather than a diet itself—a nutrivorous approach can be layered atop of other dietary structures and priorities in order to meet an individual’s specific health needs and goals.
Take a Look Inside!
Introducing the Nutrivore Score!
In Guide to Nutrivore, Dr. Sarah explains her new nutrient profiling method, the Nutrivore Score!
The Nutrivore Score is a measure of the total amount of nutrients, relative to the daily value (DV), a food contains per calorie. At least 33 nutrients are included in the calculation.
The ultimate goal of the Nutrivore Score is to help people differentiate between the highest nutrient-density foods and least nutrient-dense options.
Guide to Nutrivore includes the Nutrivore Scores for over 700 foods, with two look-up tables, one organized alphabetically and the other numerically!
Guide to Nutrivore includes nutrient cards for the Top 100 Nutrivore Score Foods that you can find in your grocery store! These nutrient cards highlight all of the most valuable nutrients delivered in a serving of that food!
In the middle is the Nutrivore Score and the macronutrient breakdown of the food. In the top left corner, you see the nutrient-density classification (low, medium, high or super), serving size (including visual guide) and calories per serving. And on the right you see which nutrients that food is best source (more than 50% DV), an excellent source of (20% to 50% DV) and a good source of (10% to 20% DV), color coded by nutrient type!
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The Nutrivore Weekly Serving Matrix makes it super easy to put this food philosophy into practice, regardless of which Nutrivore-compatible dietary template you follow!
The Nutrivore Weekly Serving Matrix is an easy-to-use and flexible weekly checklist designed to help you maximize nutrient-density, without having to use a food tracking app or analyzing micronutrients, and while eating the right amounts of all those superfoods known to improve health outcomes!