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 BEAUTY Recipes, Healthy Living Tips and Home remedies for you

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We are the generations who are determined to stay young forever by healthy living way

"Five a day-Healthy way"

 

Keep looking and feeling young and help ward off diseases of aging, from Alzheimer’s to stroke and heart disease, by eating more fruit and vegetables. They are rich in antioxidants, and the biologically active ingredients of plant pigments and flavorings have antiaging properties, too. Aim to eat a minimum of five portions of fruit and vegetables daily—and up to nine if you can,that means you will have a healthy living way.

 

Fitting in fruit

To boost  the number of  fruit servings you eat each day, slice fresh fruit or spoon soaked dried fruit onto morning muesli. Snack on grapes, dried fruit and berries, and eat an apple or banana midmorning or afternoon. Follow meals with a fruit salad, baked or poached fruit, or treat yourself to pieces of fruit dipped in fine dark melted chocolate.  


 Color combos

A rainbow of colors on the plate ensures you are getting a good intake of plant chemicals. Naturally deep green, yellow, and red foods contain antioxidant carotenoids that boost immunity and offer protection against heart disease, cancer, DNA damage, and age-related sight problems. Include peppers, broccoli, spinach, sweet potatoes, carrots, and pumpkin in your diet, plus extravirgin olive oil to aid absorption.

 

Fresh is best

Choose ripe, seasonal fruit and vegetables and grains in their whole form to ensure maximum flavor while retaining vitamins and 
minerals, antioxidant compounds, and other plant nutrients that are destroyed by processing.

 

 Grow your own

The best way to ensure the freshest, most flavorful organic fruit and vegetables is to grow them yourself. Even a city balcony can provide a good supply of tomatoes, salad leaves, herbs, and soft fruit.

 

 

 Increasing variety

Diversity is the key to a healthy living diet, since no one food can provide all the nutrients and antioxidants the body needs. Be adventurous and introduce new foods when you can.

Fitting in fruit

To boost  the number of  fruit servings you eat each day, slice fresh fruit or spoon soaked dried fruit onto morning muesli. Snack on grapes, dried fruit and berries, and eat an apple or banana midmorning or afternoon. Follow meals with a fruit salad, baked or poached fruit, or treat yourself to pieces of fruit dipped in fine dark melted chocolate.  

 

Think like a vegetarian

Plant foods contain such lifeenhancing properties that long-term vegetarians are 20 percent less likely to die prematurely than meat eaters. You don’t have to become a vegetarian to reap the benefits. Serve meals with two or three vegetables and salads on the side, and add extra vegetables to dishes such as stir-fries, casseroles, and soups.

 

 Resensitize your tastebuds

If your diet majors on slimming foods and processed meals, you might be amazed by the taste of fresh produce. Rediscover the difference by sampling organic carrots and butter, sourcing milk from specialbreed cows and seeking out meat that has been raised and hung well. Rid your kitchen of products such as cookies and potato chips, storebought cakes and pies, margarine, and low-fat foods, all of which have long lists of unwanted ingredients.