Ever wondered why you must include vegetables in your diet? Ever thought why is it so important to eat many servings of vegetables each day? Well, let us examine what others are doing and what we should be doing to get the most benefits of each meal.
Are You Eating Enough Vegetables?
Many men and women only eat about half the recommended servings of vegetables each day. Vegetables provide vitamins, minerals, dietary fiber and many other nutrients naturally present in plants. Most vegetables are low in calories compared to many other foods and help ‘fill you up’ to avoid excessive weight gain.
What is so imprtant about Vegetables?
Eating the rainbow is a fundamental healthy eating tip. Eating vegetables provides health benefits – people who eat more vegetables and fruits as part of an overall healthy diet are likely to have a reduced risk of some chronic diseases.
What are the Healthiest Vegetables?
Sulfur-rich foods, like onions, cabbage, and broccoli, offer potent anti-carcinogenic compounds unique to sulfur-containing vegetables.
These are the healthiest vegetables and most antioxidant-rich produce—and they belong on the top of your grocery list every week if you want to optimize your nutrition.
What is a serving of vegetables?
- ½ cup of cooked green or orange vegetables
- One cup of salad made mainly of green leafy vegetables
- A ½ medium potato or other starchy vegetables
- ½ cup canned or cooked dried beans, peas or lentils
How many servings of vegetables should I eat in a day?
Nutritionists advice to consume many servings of vegetables in a day. The table below is a guideline of vegetable servings per gender as well as age group.
Experts recommend that you consume at least that many servings of vegetable to maintain a healthy gut and receive the required nutrients and vitamins.
|19-50 Years||51-70 Years||70+ Years|
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