Fruit is generally a moderate carbohydrate and therefore should be eaten in moderation. Remember to observe the time intervals between eating a carbohydrate meal and a protein meal when eating fruit.
An apple a day, keeps the doctor and hospital away. Do you believe in this? If yes, you arfe among the fortunate people who live to get the best health out of life.
Fruit & Vegetables ( Orange , guava, apple, banana, leafy greens, French beans, carrot, beet, pumpkin, gourds, cabbage, cauliflower, capsicum)
Super powers: Neutralizing free radicals (molecules that accelerate the aging recess), protecting your heart, enhancing eyesight, improving memory, preventing cravings
Secret weapons: Antioxidants; vitamins including A, C, and K; foliate; beta-carotene; minerals including calcium and magnesium; fiber (soluble & insoluble)
Fight against: Cancer, heart disease, stroke, obesity, osteoporosis
You know fruit and vegetables are packed with important nutrients, but they're also a critical part of your body-changing diet. Even without counting their countless nutritional benefits, just the fiber they provide keeps you from overeating other calorific stuff. In short fruit and vegetables act like doormen in your belly, keeping the riffraff out.
If you hate vegetables, hide them. Puree them and add them to sauces or soups; the more you chop, the less you taste, and the easier it is for your body to absorb nutrients. Cooking (with just a little fat) aids absorption. Just don't fry or smother them in greasy gravy.
One warning note: Stick to whole fruit. Juices are nothing better than sugar water and heir calories quickly add up.
Fruit that can be eaten in moderation include:
. Dried apples
. Dried apricots
Fruit that you should avoid (if you are interested in weight loss) include:
. Kiwi fruit
. Paw paw