Getting healthy sometimes could mean ditching meat and switch to eating more veggies. Eating vegetables helps you reduce heart disease, high cholesterol, blood sugar, and blood pressure, digestive disease, and obesity. It’s also a great way to reduce weight.
Given the high fiber content in a vegan diet, with complex carbohydrates and water content from fruit and vegetables, this helps you keep feeling fuller for a longer time while increasing energy use when you are resting. Eating less meat also helps reduce the risk of stroke, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, certain cancers, type 2 diabetes, and obesity.
When you want to switch on a vegan vegetarian diet, the foods you eat should be all vegetables (source of a wide range of vitamins and minerals) such as broccoli kale, beetroot, cauliflower, asparagus, carrots, tomatoes, peppers, zucchini, sweet potato, potatoes, butternut squash and beets,fruits including berries, citrus, fruits, bananas, apples, grapes, melons and avocado,legumes (provides fiber and plant-based protein) like chickpeas, lentils, peas, kidney beans and black beans,seeds from sesame, sunflower, pumpkin, chia, hemp or flax,nuts (contains plant-based protein and vitamins) such as brazil, almonds, cashews, pecans, macadamia and pistachios,healthful fats (source of omega-3 fatty acids) from avocados, walnuts, chia seeds, hemp seeds, flaxseed, olive oil and canola oil,whole grains (source of fiber, magnesium, copper, and selenium) like brown rice, oats, spelt, buckwheat, quinoa, wholegrain bread, rye and barley andplant-based milk from almond, soy, coconut, rice, oat or hemp.
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