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What is NRV in Vitamins?

Nutrition can often feel like unraveling a complex puzzle. One piece of the puzzle that often prompts questions is the term 'NRV' found on food packaging. What is NRV, and why does it matter when it comes to the food you eat? Let’s explore the ins and outs of Nutrient Reference Values and discover how understanding them can help maintain a balanced and healthful diet.

What is NRV and Where Do You Find It? 

Nutrient Reference Value, or NRV, is a guideline that informs you of the daily amount of each nutrient that an average person needs for good health. 

These values are found on food labels and give a clear indication of a product's nutritional contribution to your daily diet. 

They are usually set by government-funded official health organisations and are backed by years of research.

The Significance of NRV in Daily Nutrition 

NRVs are critical in guiding consumers to make healthier dietary choices. A food product might boast “Contains 13 essential vitamins and minerals”, but if the NRV percentages on all of them are low, you're likely not going to feel any health benefits.

 It's important to look for products that provide a substantial contribution towards your daily needs to truly benefit from their nutritional content.

 Let's delve into the reasons why these reference values shouldn't be overlooked.

  1. A Benchmark for Nutritional Intake

NRVs serve as a benchmark to assess if your diet meets your nutritional needs. They help you understand the quantities of different nutrients required for a healthy lifestyle. Everyone knows Vitamins are great, but without NRVs, it would be pretty hard for consumers to get the amount right 

  1. Tailored for the General Population

These values are tailored for the general adult population, keeping a variety of dietary needs in mind. Regardless of individual differences, NRVs provide a basic standard for nutritional intake. Of course, exact needs may differ slightly; someone with a Vitamin D deficiency, may need slightly more than the general population. 

  1. Empowerment Through Information

Knowledge of NRVs empowers you to make informed dietary choices, compare products, and understand what you're consuming in terms of vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients.

NRVs and Food Labels: 

Making Sense of the Numbers Food labels can be confusing. 

NRVs are there to help you decode the nutritional value of food products, but it's essential to understand how to interpret these numbers for your advantage.

  1. Read the Label Carefully

Check the NRV percentage of each nutrient to make an educated choice about what you're including in your diet.

  1. Compare and Choose Wisely

Use NRVs to compare different food products and opt for those that offer higher percentages of essential nutrients.

  1. Monitor Your Intake

Keep track of your daily nutrient intake and ensure you're not falling short on essential vitamins and minerals.

NRV in Vitamins: Final Thoughts

Nutrient Reference Values are more than just numbers on a package; they're a key to unlocking a healthier diet and a better understanding of your nutritional intake. 

While NRVs offer a great starting point, it's also important to consider how to supplement your diet if your nutritional needs are not fully met through food alone.

A low NRV percentage means that you may not feel any tangible health benefits from consuming the supplement.

The objective is not just to consume nutrients, but to consume enough to support bodily functions and maintain optimum health.

Try Verve V80 to get all your Vitamins

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Verve V80 is the most nutrient-dense greens drink on the market, and contains various superfoods, vitamins, minerals, adaptogens and so much more. 

With Verve V80, you're guaranteed to meet 100% of your essential vitamin needs effortlessly.

And here’s the best part: Unlike competitors we don’t hide our nutrient dosages behind ‘properietary blends’ so you can be sure of what you’re consuming and how much. 

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Each serving is packed with a comprehensive blend of nutrients, offering more than just a healthful boost. Don't let low NRV percentages limit the potential of your diet. 

Embrace the ease and efficiency of Verve V80, and ensure your nutritional bases are covered in one delicious, cost-effective drink. Why settle for less when you can enjoy the most nutrient-dense drink available?

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