People today are living healthy lives. Lifestyle change, public health improvements, and improved health care have combined to extend longevity. In order to minimize stress and perform efficiently it is really important that the person maintain a healthy lifestyle.

Thursday, December 29, 2016

Green vegetables diet

The diet should make the person feel clean and fresh. To keep the weight off, pay attention to how many carbohydrates consumed.

Green vegetables are the most nutritionally dense foods on the planet; they’re very low in calories and pack one helluva nutrient punch.

They’re high in antioxidants; carotenoids; flavonoids; vitamins A, C, E; folic acid and calcium among a myriad of other vitamins and minerals. They’re also packed with dietary fiber that won’t irritate human body’s digestive system like other fiber.

Ideally, each meal should focus on lean, quality protein with a selection of vegetables (to fill half of the plate) including leafy green vegetables.

Besides protecting against heart disease and cancer, eating green vegetables keeps the vision sharp and bones and teeth strong as the person older.

Green vegetables are very alkaline food and can help regulate human blood to healthier alkaline state. Disease and destruction occur more readily in a body that is mostly acidic (also known as acidosis).

The strongest members of the green team are the cruciferous vegetables: broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, kale and bok choy. These vegetables are especially rich in a huge variety of antioxidant phytonutrients as well as vitamins and minerals.
Green vegetables diet
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