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Fruits and Veggies, Just What the Doctor Ordered

Posted December 31st, 2010

Best juicer for your healthWe have often heard from experts that prevention is better than a cure, and we have to admit that they are right. Economically speaking, prevention costs far less than medical procedures and  treatments. That’s why when doctors say fruits and veggies are good for our health, they mean it.                                                                                                                         

Strengthening our Immune System:
An apple a day keeps the doctor away, you have probably heard this line a million times but, according to medical experts, it is true. Many fruits  and veggies contain antioxidants that support our immune system which is our body defense system for warding off attacks from diseases.

The best part is that the list of immune system strengthening foods includes kiwis, oranges, grapefruits, cantaloupes, broccoli, carrots, sweet potatoes, etc so you have a lot to choose from when making your favorite juice in your juice extractor.

Protection against Cardiovascular Diseases:
Apples, strawberries, broccoli, cabbage, Brussels sprouts are all the best natural fighters against most heart diseases because they contain folate and potassium.  Fresh juice from a
fruit and vegetable juicer will provide ample amounts of folate and potassium, which are recommended by doctors to prevent heart diseases, and furthermore contain fiber, which soaks up cholesterol from blood vessels.

Gastrointestinal Health:
One of the main reasons why fruits and veggies are so beneficial is that they contain ample amounts of fiber for our body. Our body needs to flush out toxins regularly  to remove obstructions and thus prevent gas, constipation, etc. What fiber does  for us is that it soaks up water and expands so when it passes through our intestines, it flushes out toxins. Nearly all fruits and veggies contain a good amount of fiber, but high fiber foods are apricots, dates, raisins, blueberries, raspberries, broccoli, spinach, swiss chard, green peas, etc.

Making your Body Truly Spectacular:
Veggies and fruits are always the top items in an athlete’s diet, the reason being that while fruits and veggies don’t deliver pure energy but it’s the chemical derived from them that makes sure that all the energy is put to proper use by the body. That is why you don’t see flab and fat hanging on an athlete’s body.


The information provided on www.oklifestore.com/blog site should in no way serve as medical advice. Readers are encouraged to confirm the information contained here with other sources and seek medical advice from a physician.