The importance of eating greens

I remember when I was a little kid my mother always used to tell me: Eat your greens it will make u healthy and strong. And she was right. Daily consuming this kind of food will prevent different kind of diseases and your metabolism will work like well oiled machine.

You all know that eating greens is good for you, but are you consuming them? – Now, don’t make any excuses, I am sure that you don’t have the right motivation to start consuming this kind of nutrition. Let me do something about that. Read these 2 things and after that go to your kitchen and fill your dish with greens.

Green plant foods are balancing your pH value. All the other foods can lead you to health problems and will make you fat. So balancing your body with greens will keep your pH value at a much healthier level. This nutrition contains Omega 3 acids, important for brain functioning.


It includes the necessary enzymes (iron, calcium, potassium and magnesium) and it stimulates your body functioning, as well. The greens react like antioxidants supporting the immune system making him strong and very resistant.

Lutein and zeaxanthin, which can be found in dark green veggies, help with your eye lenses, preventing you from early-life blindness. Except this, these two carotenoids reduce the risk of some types of cancer, such as breast and lung cancer. They are rich endless source of vitamins like B, C, K and E. And the most important one of these Vitamins is Vitamin K.

If you are still asking yourself why the greens are so important to you I have your simple answer. Imagine your body like some kind of a car and you are missing the most important thing for maintenance and preventing from break down. The Vitamin K is the thing you are missing if you are not eating greens. This Vitamin has his super-powers of:

- Regulating the Blood clotting

- Chances of preventing Diabetes

- Regulator of inflammation

- Blood coagulation

- Protecting from Arthritis

The highest percentage of Vitamin K can be found in these Greens: Herbs (Dried and Fresh), Dark Leafy Greens, Spring Onions, Brussels sprouts, Broccoli, Asparagus, Cabbage and Pickled Cucumber.

Are you thinking of going to the kitchen now?

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Written by Jasmina Langley

Jasmina Langley has recently moved from Macedonia to explore life in the paradise Peninsula of the United States, Florida. She currently has a home in Starke, Florida and is aspiring to be a hard-core journalist. She is savvy with her words, but has a unique way of getting the point of across in a conversational tone which people are drawn to. She has written for several other popular websites on the Internet, but we are very proud to have her outstanding talents loyal to our needs for She also is a journalists for a few other websites throughout the Internet. She will be capturing the news in all of our various health categories, and will not hold back when it comes to bringing you the best reviews, news posts, and information. Contact Jasmina at

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