This article has nothing to do with the IQ of your veggies, or yours, for that matter. I just learned this evening that "nutrient density" is the ratio of nutrients to calories in your food items. For example, most vegetables have a high "nutrient density" because they have a signigicant amount of nutrients and usually a fairly low caloric number. You can eat more and get satisfied usually without taking in a large number of calories, in addition to scoring higher with nutrients that can directly affect your health and well being. Sounds good to me!!
Just to satisfy our hunger to know more, I'll find us some good articles to "gnaw" on.
When Roland and I met, I was one of those people who opened the box or can and warmed up the family meal. After our marriage in 2005, I truely began to appreciate what food is really about, not only that it can taste very good, and be nutritious, but that it can be a celebration of who you are and the people that you share it with.