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Why Dr. Marinella Started PhytoDense Foods

Oncologist

As an Oncologist, I am confronted with treating a variety of cancers on a daily basis—some of which may be preventable through lifestyle and diet. Although no one knows for certain what role, if any, diet plays in the prevention of cancer, the weight of evidence shows that the incidence of some cancers may be decreased through consumption of a diet rich in plant products.

Chef

My love of cooking great food, led me into my kitchen to develop healthy and delicious products that may decrease cancer risk. Of course, eating a healthy snack will not in itself prevent cancer or any other disease. However, adopting a lifestyle of eating phytonutrient-rich foods daily while avoiding unhealthy habits and getting daily exercise is a starting point for betterment of our health.

Research Fan

I constantly monitor the most current research studies that are being published to make sure my products are incorporating the best mix of well studied phytonutrients available today. I constantly work to incorporate new ingredients and design new variations of products so you can be confident you are buying the best possible mix of phytonutrients and flavor available today.

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PhytoGrind Original – Case of 12 Bottles

PhytoGrind

Add PhytoGrind to any food in place of salt and pepper or to olive oil as a delicious dip for bread or fresh vegetables. PhytoGrind added to olive oil and lemon juice also makes a healthy vinaigrette for salads… Enjoy!

PhytoDense Bar (Case of 10)

Ingredients: Almonds, DatesDried Cherries (Cherries, SugarSunflower Oil), Raisins, Chocolate Chips (Evaporated Cane Juice, Natural Chocolate Liquor (Non-Alcoholic), Non-Dairy Cocoa Butter), Flax Seed, Dried Orange Peel, Green Tea. ContainsAlmonds. Manufactured in a facility that processes peanuts and tree nuts. May contain pit or shell fragments.

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Mustard Seed – A Must Have!

The genus and species Brassica oleracea contain some very popular “super foods” like kale, broccoli and mustard.  Although these vegetables look quite different, their content of various phytochemicals and anti-cancer compounds are very similar.  One similarity these Read more…