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Monday, 9 April 2012

Seasonal Fruits and Veggies with Beauty Benefits by Sharon Feiereisen.

I have a toothache sweet, but mostly, I'm very good about this line to the greed of fructose (fruit sugar). Just as often, but I'm going through a period of several days (well, weeks), I totally chocolate ice cream, cookies, biscuits, cakes go overdose - just about anything sweet, I'll eat it. Not only that you send me to eat sugar in a downward spiral of addiction of all kinds of other less-than-healthy foods, but almost immediately I feel a drop of my energy and mood. This is not just an escape from the cycle Magnolia cupcake, but to know which fruits are in season and vegetebles and knows she must eat so many advantages over low-calorie diet is a great help. To that end, here's a look at what's in the spring season.
Carrots: famous rich in beta-carotene (so rich in fact that antioxidant nutrients, in fact, it was called) and a number of other antioxidants for their anti-aging, these large tubers cardiovascular disease benefits, help clean teeth by activating a lot of saliva, and many studies have shown that eating carrots can help reduce the risk of breast cancer, lung cancer, colon cancer and improve vision.
Grapefruit: This has become a favorite since Tim Ferris's book, the body of 4 hours, in which he describes, like eating, you can drink grapefruit and grapefruit juice with the support of the digestive system, around the stimulating effect of caffeine read. That said, is the result of an inexhaustible source of vitamin C, which support the immune system (it is a good option if you fight cold symptoms) help. For the most antioxidants, choose fully ripened grapefruit.
Strawberries: Strawberries are rich in manganese, potassium, vitamin C, fiber and antioxidants called polyphenols. Polyphenols have been shown to help the brain, which increases by regular maintenance and "clean" (in other words, they are good for the brain). The powerful antioxidants in strawberries help prevent damage caused by free radicals, ie, that slow the aging process and many studies have shown that diets rich in fruits, is a carcinogen against.
The kiwi is rich in potassium, which are crucial for cell function, muscle contraction, nerve, and replies, the fruit is also rich in vitamin C (essential for the production of collagen and the proper functioning of the brain) and vitamin E, which supports the immune system.
Asparagus: Rich in potassium, vitamin A, folic acid (known for their anti-cancer), and a compound of amino acid called glutathione, which is known for its anti-aging, asparagus, and also very low in sodium due to shape, some say it has aphrodisiac properties.
Rhubarb: This plant helps your bones (one cup of about 10% of the recommended daily dose) strongly influenced by the relatively high calcium content, also neutralize a good source of lutein, a compound containing free radicals (radicals with free may cause cancer) and improve the view. Rhubarb is also rich in vitamin C and the compounds that give their shade rhubarb are potent antioxidants that have been shown to combat many diseases.
Beets are rich in folic acid, fiber, vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin K, niacin, pantothenic acid, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium and manganese, which together help bones and tissues work to fight against blood clots, which regulate levels of blood sugar are working to boost metabolism and improve brain function.


This is All About Seasonal Fruits and Veggies with Beauty Benefits by Sharon Feiereisen.

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