AVVO reports that everyone remembers the childhood drama of what happened to you when you did not eat your vegetables. As we grow up, science and medical studies are revealing that our parents got it right when they grounded us for not eating our vegetables. If we could spin back time, many would find that those beets, carrots and green beans are which once adorned our plates with dread are now missed. Adding vegetables to ones diet now can be as easy as adding a salad with each meal or adding green beans, broccoli or other vegetables as a side dish or even selecting desserts and food items which are made from 100% fruit and vegetables, including some juices and even pop cycles.
One should eat more vegetables knowing that there are four main benefits to vegetables. First vegetables reduce one from bloating. Most vegetables do not have the acidic base which can cause bloating in people. Second, the nutrients in vegetables provide a youthful glow to one’s skin and helps to prevent skin dryness and other conditions consistent with aging. Third, vegetables and the nutrients from them will help to protect one’s bone and reduce the effects of aging. This is an added help if one is living an active life style. Lastly, vegetables reduce stress and cleanse the body of free radicals which can cause other physical and mental illnesses to an individual. More Vegetables Equal a Healthier Life