Revitalize your body with Fruits, Vegetables, and Legumes

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To choose the best fruits, vegetables, and legumes, choose fresh ones that have been grown organically to avoid harmful pesticides and get more nutrition. Whenever you can, buy from local growers. They can give you the freshest food because it hasn’t been shipped far. Some local growers’ websites even let you order food to be sent to your house. If you choose fruits and vegetables that are in season, you will also get the freshest options with the most vitamins and biophotons.

Produce that has been sitting on grocery store shelves for a while may have lost some of its bio-photons while being moved and stored. Also, the chemicals, gas, and heat used to make fruits and vegetables ripen or keep them fresh can reduce the amount of biophotons and nutrients that are available. Irradiation, which uses gamma rays to make food last longer, can destroy bio-photons and a lot of nutrients.

Even if you buy fruits and vegetables at the market that look good, their biophoton, enzyme, and vitamin content may be very low or nonexistent. For example, avocados can be heated to speed up the ripening process, but if the temperature goes above 110 degrees, enzymes, vitamins, and bio-photons, which are important for keeping cells alive, can be destroyed. Also, most almonds have to go through a process called “pasteurization.” Even almonds that are labeled “raw” may have been pasteurized, which lowers their biophoton content and nutrient levels. Most of the time, farmers markets, local farms, and even your own backyard, where you can find wild greens, have the freshest food. It’s possible that in the future, the healthiest food we can find will be weeds in our own yards that haven’t been sprayed.

The amount of nitrogen in the soil has a lot to do with how much protein is in vegetables. Normal chemical fertilizers raise nitrogen levels, which can make protein levels higher but lowers the quality of the protein. Organically managed soils, on the other hand, release nitrogen slowly over a longer period of time. This makes the protein in organic crops better for humans to eat. Studies have also shown that, on average, organically grown produce has more nutrients.

Choose heirloom and wild plants whenever you can. If you eat more of these plants, you’ll get better nutrition. When commercial plants are hybridized, they lose a lot of the biological information in their DNA. This makes them more likely to get diseases, insects, and other parasites. So, farmers often spray their crops with chemicals that are very bad for human health. This creates a vicious cycle that hurts human health in the end. Eating foods that are high in nutrients can help reduce cravings and help people keep their weight in check, which is good for farmworkers, animals, and the environment.

Wild foods

We can get nutrients from wild foods like dandelion greens, nettles, wood sorrel, wild salad greens, and shepherd’s purse that we can’t get anywhere else. Also, it’s important to think about the fact that people have been eating wild plants for hundreds of thousands of years. Eating hybridized and genetically modified fruits and vegetables could cause problems, just like eating wild plants did. Our bodies might not be able to deal with them.



I think you should eat a lot of brightly colored vegetables because they are full of good things for you. Focus on eating soups, salads, sprouts, vegetable sticks, and steamed vegetables that will give you energy. You can also drink vegetable juices and green smoothies and eat raw food dishes. As much as possible, try to stay away from baked vegetables because they tend to have a lot of sugar in them. When trying to lose weight, you shouldn’t eat high-starch vegetables like potatoes, yams, and acorn squash more than three times a week. If you want a potato when you’re out to eat or for a special occasion, choose red potatoes, which have less carbs. If you do eat a baked potato, which is high in carbs, try adding some fat, like butter, to slow the rate at which sugar enters your bloodstream.


When it comes to choosing the best fruits, lemons, limes (both of which are very alkaline), avocados, and tomatoes stand out. Avocados are a good source of protein as well as essential fatty acids and glutathione, which is a powerful antioxidant. Also, they have more potassium than bananas, which is good for the health of your heart. Tomatoes are also a good choice because they have a lot of vitamin C, beta-carotene, potassium, molybdenum, and lycopene, which is one of the most powerful antioxidants. Lycopene has been shown to protect cells, like the DNA in white blood cells, from damage caused by oxidation. It may also help prevent heart disease. Choose organic tomatoes if you want the most lycopene.

Choose low-glycemic fruits like lemons, limes, berries, cantaloupe, cherries, grapefruit, and green apples if you want to eat less sugar. But most of these fruits are heavily sprayed, so when you can, it’s best to buy organic. Also, you should watch how much fruit you eat, except for lemons and limes, which don’t have much sugar. Cranberries are also a good choice because they are low in sugar and contain iodine, which is good for the thyroid. If you buy cranberry juice from a store, choose cranberry concentrate without added sugar or pure cranberry juice. Adding juices like lemon, lime, or cranberry to water or other drinks is a great way to make them taste better without adding too much sugar.


Beans, lentils, and dried peas are legumes. They are very healthy because they are full of protein, calcium, vitamins, and minerals. They are also very cheap and easy to cook so that they taste great. Also, legumes can be sprouted, which is good for your health in many ways. They can help stop food cravings, metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes, and obesity because the sugar is absorbed into the bloodstream more slowly when the outside is high in fiber. Also, legumes protect against cancer and heart disease, and they are a great way to get energy from protein.

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