The Top Ten Healthiest Vegetables

There is a saying that says “eat what you grow and grow what you eat” and I believe that is true especially when you are not sure where the food you love to eat is coming from. Today we will look at some of the top ten healthiest vegetables to eat and stay healthy.

In fact, if you have noticed that the foods you eat from back in the days were not so sweet and oversized like the ones we are eating today, that is because we humans are using chemicals on them to boost the flavor, sweetness and size of the fruits which are not healthy and can pose potential future illness or diseases like diabetes or even cancer depending and the type of immune system a person has that can react to some side-effects of repeated intake of those harmful chemicals found in some foods.

Your Health Come First With The Healthiest Vegetables
Your Health Come First With The Healthiest Vegetables

If you are serious about your health, then you must make it your number one priority to decide which food is unhealthy and which food is healthier to eat, then ask yourself, are these foods really good for my health. Some people wait until a chronic illness start to take its effects on them before they seek medical help or start to eat the right healthy foods. well, this is why we say “You are what you eat”, and if you eat these vegetables you likely to become healthier.

Top 10 healthiest vegetables

Eggplant

Vegetarians know the eggplants high fiber content makes it a handy veggie.  With its practical none existing fat none calories count it is a great weight loss tool, as long as you do not  smother it in parmesan cheese. Eggplants also have heart-healthy components, potassium which can help reduce strokes and dementia, and antioxidants that prevent damage to brain cells. So make sure that this vegetable is always a part of your diet pronto.

Beets

The nutrient that makes beets red helps fight cancer and lower the risk of heart diseases while beets folate also helps pregnant women. Metabolize amino acids, Low fat, low calories, light fiber and high carbs, beets keep your body fueled, you will also see your blood sugar at a normal level and your digestive system will be more healthy. Potassium, magnesium, and manganese keep everything running properly as well, but, believe it or not, beets greens contains more nutrient in the leaf than the root.

Asparagus

Love it or hate it asparagus ranks high as a free radical-fighting powerhouse. A low-calorie source of potassium, protein, fiber, and folate. Asparagus is known for its cleansing properties which mean it also contains all the elements of the eggplant and beets that were mention above.  with vitamins A, B6, C and K. Cardiovascular health and immunity receive a boost and the iron in asparagus help keep the oxygen flowing. Plus some researchers claim that it helps hangovers.

Alfalfa Sprouts

Raw dieters know alfalfa sprouts are full of plant base protein and unlike the also important beans and peas they do not need to be cooked to be enjoyed, They are bursting with antioxidants that can help with anything from heart diseases and cancer to osteoporosis and menopause. Its fiber helps you feel fuller for longer plus asparagus contains nutrient like calcium potassium, zinc, and manganese and a bunch of vitamins between A and K.

Carrots

I know we all have heard the wise tail that carrots are good for sight, is it true? beta-carotene makes carrot looks orange and humans metabolize it into vitamin A which in terms keep eyes, skin and hair healthy. Carrots vitamin C keeps the cardiovascular system running smoothly and promotes iron absorption. Various other nutrients and minerals are mother’s nature way of preventing problems from cataract to cancers.

Dark Green Vegetables

Where it is leafy green like spinach, swiss chard or kale are cruciferous vegetables like broccoli, cabbage or Brussels sprouts they are lean green diseases fighting machines. Their folate is also great during pregnancy while antioxidants and fido nutrients  help against colds and cancers. the iron calcium, magnesium, potassium, and vitamin in dark greens promote overall health, but broccoli is specifically talented at preventing stomach, lung and rectal cancers and type 2 diabetes.

Tomatoes

Low calories but nutrient dense, a tomatoes most impress feature is lycopene which protects against breast, colon, lungs, skin and prostate cancers and reduces cholesterols and regulates blood pressure. Besides fiber and heart-healthy nutrients vitamins like A which help skin and eyes, and vitamin C which fight infection and  maintain connective tissues and K which prevent osteoporosis, make tomatoes indispensable.

Bell Peppers

These yummy vegetables are also called capsicum or sweet peppers, the red ones are the healthiest.Bell pepper  lycopene, carotene, and vitamins A, B, C and K, help prevent cancer and keep teeth, gums and eyesight in tip top shape. Inflammation from arthritis and asthma and age-related diseases do not stand a chance against its antioxidants, and fiber potassium and manganese are a few more of this superfood health benefits.

Sweet Potatoes

Smokers and diabetics can benefit from eating this vegetable that contains vitamin A which protects against emphysema while a low glycemic rating keeps influence level normal. Sweet potatoes also crush other veggies and nutrient density with more fiber, protein and complex carb content anti-cancer vitamins A, and C, iron and calcium. Sweet potatoes beta-carotene free radicals vitamins and antioxidants which fight inflammation and heart diseases and potassium which lower blood pressure, a superfood indeed.

Allium Foods

Adding flavorful and helpful properties to meals, the allium family includes leeks, chives, and onions, which are famous herbal medicine both onion and garlic contain antibiotic advantages that increase immunity and fight inflammation while garlic is used to treat coughs and colds. Alliums also balance cholesterol levels, help to prevent harden are lower (BP) aka blood pressure and fight certain cancers and neurological diseases like Alzheimer’s diseases.

Adding any extra food and veggies to your diet is a smart move, but like anything else always do it in moderation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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