Healthiest Vegetables

                THE HEALTHIEST VEGETABLES.

SUPERFOODS.  What they are.

Some of the healthiest vegetables are also known as superfood.

It’s subsequently, good to add as many, in your daily diet.

Also. You will prefer some more than others.

They’re probably the one’s that you need most.

Above all,

They are easily available.

All grocers. Health food shops. Supermarkets.

They all keep a great supply.

Most can be eaten raw.

Or if you’d rather,light steam or stir fry.

Pickle or dry.

There are many to choose from.

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healthiest vegetables

So many, herbs and spices to jazz it up.

Therefore worth a try.

The many choices for everyone’s tastes.

Therefore, Try all the various methods of cooking. As you’d prefer.

Also, It will keep you in good stead. It’s certainly something to consider.

AVOCADO.

Avocado is high in Good fats, provides vitamin B6.

Also, With Plenty of folate.

Great source of fibre. Lowers cholesterol.

and it also decreases the risk of heart disease.

BEETROOT. (Helps with Circulation).

Another of the healthiest vegetables.

With, folate, magnesium and Vitamin C.

Good for, brain, blood pressure and blood circulation.

All nuts are good for the health.

WALNUTS.

More antioxidants than any other nut.

Therefore great to keep within reach

Contain Vitamin E, plant serums, omega 3 oils, improves mood.

Helps fight cancer and protect against sun damage.

                    pulses are super health foods.

BLACK BEANS.

Super healthy antioxidants, calcium, protein, fibre.

SPINACH.

Healthiest vegetables, even in the cartoons.

Packed with energy, low in calories, Vitamin A, Vitamin K, lutein and zeaxanthin.

They’re (2 antioxidants which boost the immune system).

Spinach is top of the healthiest vegetables list. It is especially good for the eyes.

Spinach is most effective cancer fighting food out of all fruits and vegetables.

 

LEGUMES.

Beans, peas, lentils, can lower your chances of heart disease or breast cancer.

Great help with weight-loss.

And even more. They help with digestion and supply energy.

And they really are “good for the heart”.

 

GARLIC.
ALLICIN in garlic helps with inflammation, hypertension and infection.

Garlic is a powerful disease fighter.

first of all, It helps to inhibit the growth of bacteria including E.coli.

And second, allicin in garlic works as a potent inflammatory.

And probably, lowers the blood pressure and cholesterol level.

But man it stinks on the tube train.

But,I really love it.

SALMON.
OILY FISH LIKE MACKEREL, TUNA, SARDINES, ETC,ETC.

Omega 3 fatty acids to reduce the risk of depression, cancer & heart disease, a 3 oz.

1 Portion of oily fish contains half the daily dose of niacin.

Niacin protects us from Alzheimer’s disease and memory loss.

ROOT VEGETABLES.
POTATOES.

One red potato contains the same, of cell building folate as one cup of spinach or  Broccoli.

One sweet potato has the same 8 times the amount of cancer fighting and immune  boosting  Vitamin A  required daily.

Therefore Great!

CARROTS. Should be consumed daily.

One cup of carrots (128 grams).

Same as, 4 to 5 times the daily recommended Vitamin A

It’s an antioxidant called beta-carotene.

This gives carrots their bright orange colour.

Also.

Possibly great for cancer prevention.

One study consequently, revealed….

The prostate cancer risk is less, 5% for 1 serving of carrots per week.

As a result one study showed that carrots could reduce the risks of lung cancer.

Smokers who didn’t each carrots had a 3 times greater risk of lung cancer.

As was compared to those who ate carrots once a week.

the results showed,

Carrots may also reduce the risk of lung cancer in smokers as well.

Compared to those who ate carrots at least once a week

There were smokers who did not eat any carrots.

They had a three times greater risk of lung cancer.

Carrots are also high in vitamin C, vitamin K and potassium.

Vitamins and Minerals.

Carrots are a good for several vitamins and minerals.  

 Subsequently, plenty of vitamin A (from beta-carotene).

Biotin, Vitamin K (phylloquinone), potassium and Vitamin B6

Vitamin A: Carrots are rich, in beta-carotene.

This is subsequently turned to vitamin A in the body.

Therefore, as a result, less, risk of lung / prostate cancer.

Consequently, all have good, health traits.