Vegetable Diet Prevent Chronic Disease

Nutrient-rich vegetable diet is believed to help prevent chronic diseases such as heart disease, cancer, obesity and diabetes. This diet is also suitable teenagers, children, infants and pregnant women.

Vegetables diet provides unsaturated fat, high fiber content, magnesium, vitamin C and E, folate, carotenoids, flavoid, and other pitokimia.

Vegetable diet usually associated with low cholesterol levels. Low cholesterol helps lower the risk of heart disease, normalize blood pressure, the risk of hypertension and also reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes.

Analysis showed that the vegetable diet can have adequate nutrition for pregnant women and shows positive results on the health of mothers and babies. In addition, the basic evidence also shows that the vegetable diet is associated with lower risk of death due to ischemic heart disease (obstruction of blood flow to the arteries of the heart).

For those who want to do the vegetable diet, you should consult with your doctor to find out which vegetable to choose for your diet.

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