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What are the benefits of adding more green veggies to diet?

  1. peachwithasmile profile image71
    peachwithasmileposted 6 years ago

    What are the benefits of adding more green veggies to diet?

  2. avorodisa profile image85
    avorodisaposted 6 years ago

    A lot of people love green plants: dill, parsley, celery and other. We add them to salads, meat dishes, soups. We especially love to consume greens during winter months and spring time. read more

  3. darrensurrey profile image74
    darrensurreyposted 6 years ago

    A multitude of vitamins plus fibre to help you "go" more easily; reduces risk of various cancers.

    Oh and they taste great.

    Add colourful vegetables, too: beetroot, carrots, etc.

  4. robie2 profile image95
    robie2posted 6 years ago

    There are so many benefits to adding green veggies to your diet that it is hard to know where to start.  You'll get more vitamins, minerals and fiber which means you will have more energy, your bowels will move right along, and your immune system will be strong.  Your skin will look better. Your eyes will be bright and who knows, you may even live longer because there is some evidence that green veggies help you avoid some cancers, diabetes, and heart disease.

    Green veggies are definitely a good good thing both cooked and raw

  5. ishwaryaa22 profile image87
    ishwaryaa22posted 6 years ago

    More green veggies in one's diet provide extra calcium, various vitamins and many more nutrtional values! The more green veggies including spinach, broccoli, greens, lettuce, etc are extremely healthy and help in rejuvinating the body-parts, particularly eyes, hair and certain body-organs. These green veggies if in more quantity, contain hardly any fats and hence are an ideal part of healthy diet for those either weight-conscious or health-conscious people.

  6. tigerbaby777 profile image84
    tigerbaby777posted 6 years ago

    While green veggies add a lot of needed vitamins and minerals to your diet, be careful, they also contain vitamin K which is a blood thickener.  If you are prone to blood clotting or stroke be careful.  If you are not used to eating a lot of greens make sure you start out slowly and not all at once.

  7. peachwithasmile profile image71
    peachwithasmileposted 6 years ago

    Thank you all for you insight.  I have to start eating more green veggies now.

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