NATURAL ONLINE DOCTOR’S SUNDAY BLOG
We hear it, and read it, again and again: healthy diet is very important. Right! But what is healthy diet all about, what’s the philosophy behind?
If you are sick, your – or any other – healthcare provider in this world cannot cure you. Is that true? Yes it is. Because the only phenomenon which can cure you or keep you healthy, is your own body. To be more precise: only the self-healing power of your body can. Provided you support this self-healing power with those natural modalities your body, as a pure biological phenomenon, requires. Healthy diet (besides exercise) being on top of the list.
In a nutshell, the term healthy diet means a low-calorie diet with a maximum of antioxidants, primarily essential vitamins and minerals. Speak: the more nutrients per calorie, the healthier the diet is.
While it would be too extensive to cover all antioxidants of relevance and best food sources, we should concentrate on one vegetable of outstanding value in this context: the so called cruciferous vegetables or brassica – less sophisticated named the cabbage family. With broccoli, Brussels sprouts, kale, cauliflower, cabbage, collard greens, turnips, rutabaga (Swedish turnip), bok choy belonging to this specific type of vegetable.
Just take Brussels sprouts as one of these nutritional powerhouses as an example. Not only does just one serving per day offer 100% of your daily value of vitamin C and K. It helps to manage diabetes, takes care of your bone health and your vision. I is a strong support to inhibit cancer tumors, just as the other members of the cabbage family. Key word for the latter: sulphoraphane, a sulfur-containing compound of the cruciferous vegetables.
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