What is ENOF?
REAL VEGETABLE NUTRITION
ENOF (pronounced like “enough”) is concentrated organic vegetables that you sprinkle onto, or mix into, other food or drinks. Made from freeze-dried and crushed organic spinach, broccoli, carrots, tomatoes, beets and shiitake mushrooms, ENOF is packed with great nutrition. Our process protects and preserves the nutrients within the vegetables, refining them to a very fine and highly concentrated powder that’s easy to shake on any food.
ENOF is NOT just another vitamin supplement – it is actual food. Vitamin pills, gummies and capsules are traditionally made from isolated nutrients that might be extracted from food sources or, as is more often the case, synthetically derived.
But ENOF is fundamentally different – it is made entirely from vegetables and retains most of the phytonutrients found in these vegetables. The great thing about getting your nutrition from vegetables is that they contain literally dozens of beneficial compounds that you can’t get in a pill or gummy.
Sprinkle 1/12 of a teaspoon (that’s not a typo!) on anything you or your kids eat or drink. It’s surprisingly little, but that’s all it takes to get as much as 60% of the recommended daily allowance of many important vitamins including Vitamins A, C, D, E and K. Also, ENOF is gluten-free, so it is a great option for those with Celiac Disease or gluten sensitivities.
HOW TO USE ENOF
ENOF works great sprinkled on top of your kids’ favorite foods like mac and cheese or pizza, but you can also shake it on cereal, sandwiches, burgers, fries, soups, stews, beans and rice - pretty much anything you can imagine. Because such a small amount is required, the taste is virtually imperceptible. Throw a can in your pocketbook and you’ll have essential nutrients from organic foods when you are on the go (which we know is the standard for you and your family). See more ways to use ENOF here.
Note that ENOF is not intended to replace vegetables—instead, it is intended to help bridge the gap for parents who have tried everything but simply cannot get their children (or themselves!) to eat vegetables.
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