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Vegetable Diet Plan

Vegetable Diet Plan There has been a recent, renewed interest in vegetarian diets. Understanding the natural benefits of a 'green diet’, people have started appreciating the value of a vegetable diet plan. A lot many celebrities including Bryan Adams, Christian Bale, Dustin Hoffman, Claudia Schiffer and Gwyneth Paltrow are also some well know vegetarians and vegans who have promoted the idea of a veggie diet.

Scientifically speaking, a vegetable diet plan does have multiple benefits. Green leafy vegetables are the best sources of Vitamin C, A and K and also supply the essential minerals including iron, calcium, potassium and magnesium. Even a couple of cups of salad greens can provide the required doses of Vitamin K in a vegetable diet plan which:
  • Regulates blood clotting.
  • Helps in protecting bones from osteoporosis.
  • Regulates the absorption of calcium in body.
  • Helps in preventing diabetes.
Vegetables are also the most well known sources of fiber – an essential requirement for digestion – that is not found in meat and other animal based food products. Fiber is the leading dietary factor in the prevention and treatment of chronic diseases.

If you are trying to

loss weight

, any nutrition expert will recommend a vegetable diet plan. Salads and soups offer a great combination of taste and nutrition. For extra taste, you can also toss in some seasonal fruits in a bowl of salad to create a fresh, colorful, light snack or mid day meal.

A vegetable diet plan is well balanced and safe with all nutrients. Vegetables are the most natural and healthy sources of not just the vitamins, minerals and fiber but also the body building nutrients such as proteins. Soya bean, spinach, beans, cabbage, asparagus and carrots are some common vegetables which are known for their high protein content.

It is a myth that that people who live solely on vegetable diet plan, suffer from deficiency diseases or do not have adequate body resistance. A vegetable diet plan is not just balanced and rich with all the essential nutrients but also guards the body against many malignant diseases including cancer and coronary heart disease. In a scientific research study, it was observed that keeping non-vegetarians on a vegetable diet plan lowered their abnormal high blood pressure and cholesterol levels.

Remember, a vegetable diet plan is not just about soups and salads. You can also prepare some tasty meals and snacks with an intelligent combination of vegetables and few other ingredients. So if your young brats do not like their veggies but do love Mexican, pack some Baked Bean Quesadillas for their school lunch or enjoy a Sunday dinner with the whole family by using plenty of vegetables in Zuchinni and Pepper Bean Burito and Vegetarian Portabella Mushroom Enchiladas.

With a vegetable diet plan, you can be sure of complete nutrition, easy digestion and a tasteful combination of some really rich meals. Vegetables have a nil fat content and are also low in calories. Being rich and safe sources of all other nutrients – Protein, Calcium, Iron, Vitamin – A, B, C, D, E, K and of course plenty of fiber – they are strongly recommended for all age groups.
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