Vegetables are something which people – especially children don’t love to have much. But it has a certain good impact on health. More veggies to your diet help to have good health.
Vitamins and Antioxidants
One of the main impacts of vegetables is their high nutrient value. Vegetables are filled with vitamins and minerals that help to the growth and also help to maintain good health. They are high in potassium, which is important for normal blood pressure. Even it has vitamins, such as C and A which help to keep eyes, skin, teeth and gums healthy and fight with infection and helps in wound healing. It fights with cellular damage and helps prevent heart disease, cancer, Parkinson’s disease, atherosclerosis, heart attack and Alzheimer’s disease etc.
They have dietary fibre which is an important nutrient found only in plant foods that helps scour bad cholesterol out of the arteries. Because of that the risk of heart disease also decreases. Even fibre also keeps the digestive system running smoothly and control blood sugar levels and also prevent cancer.
Vegetables are generally low in fat and calories so anyone can have it without gaining weight. The fibre in vegetables helps you manage the weight.
Some vegetables are healthier than others for health. While choosing this, just keep in mind that, brightly coloured vegetables are filled with more nutrients. For example, spinach has more vitamins and antioxidants than iceberg lettuce.
So, choose your diet as per your health!