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Why You Need To Absolutely Add Glorious Greens To Your Diet.

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Why You Need To Absolutely Add Glorious Greens To Your Diet? Green vegetables are the food that is mostly missing in modern diets The Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommends that adults consume two to three cups of vegetables per day. According to the CDC’s data, only 9.3% of American adults are meeting the standard for vegetables. On a daily average, American are only eating veggies 1.7 times a day. 

When we incorporate more glorious greens in our diet, we are automatically crowding out unhealthier foods that may make us sick.  It is important that at least 2 cups of glorious greens are consumed per day because greens are high alkaline foods which help people that are exposed to higher pollution areas. The alkaline are used to neutralize acidic conditions in the bodies which are caused by the environment.  Leafy greens help to replenish the alkaline mineral and they continue to filter out pollutants in our bodies.

 

WHAT ARE SOME OF THE BENEFITS OF ADDING GLORIOUS GREENS TO OUR DIET?

 

  • BLOOD PURIFICATION
  • PREVENTS CANCER
  • HELPS IMPROVE CIRCULATION
  • IMPROVES LIVER, GALL BLADDER AND KIDNEY FUNCTIONS
  • STRENGTHENS THE IMMUNE SYSTEM
  • HELPS KEEP THE GUT HEALTHY

 

WHICH LEAFY GREEN SHOULD I ADD TO MY DIET?

There are a variety of leafy greens we may add to our diet. Find options that you will enjoy and eat often. Examples are kale, cabbage, spinach, broccoli, arugula, romanine lettuce, and bok choy. Here is a list of cruciferous Vegetables and their benefits.

 

Leafy glorious green vegetables are packed with very  powerful nutrients that are critical for good health and wellness. To reap all of the benefits of these amazing leafy vegetables make sure to incorporate a variety of these vegetables in your diet. You can add them to salads, stews, soups, pastas, etc.

 

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23 Comments

  1. I’ve been trying to get more greens in with a greens supplement in my water. Working pretty well so far!

  2. I eat a lot of greens. They’re incredibly good for the body. I’m a big fan of spinach, mustard, and collards. They are incredibly healthy.

  3. I’m such a sucker for greens in my diet. Our kids? That’s another story. Can’t wait until they pick up mommy’s habits. haha!

  4. Love leafy greens because they are easy to sneak in to yummy recipes (especially for dinner!) There really are so many benefits that we should always try to stay on top of the serving recommendations!

    -Jennifer
    https://maunelegacy.com

  5. I love my greens! I always like to start my day with a green smoothie – it gets me going and leaves me fuller for longer! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  6. I’m a big fan of my greens! Broccoli, spinach, asparagus, and brussels sprouts are my favorites.

  7. When we think of health, we think green. When we think of nature, we think green. Green is a color associated with the good aspects of life, yet when it comes to dietary choices we generally have a certain reluctance towards this food group.

  8. I try to introduce more greens into my diet, such as rucolla or spinach. I add them usually in salads, mixing the leafs.

  9. Love reading this article it short and simple but very informative. It is so important to add and eat green leafy vegetables in our every diet.

  10. I’m a personal trainer, and I can’t seem to get across to my clients how important leafy greens are! I put them in all my shakes and smoothies, and enjoy them chopped in soups and raw veg mixes in pitas!

  11. I am guilty of not eating enough green leafy vegetables daily. I just get lazy at times and I am trying to improve this and I will be adding green veggies to my diet.I love your post it was very informative.

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