Best thing is to have traditional Indian thali(either veg or non veg) which is complete with all the nutrients during lunch and dinner.This was followed by our fore fathers in villages and cities and they used to be fit and live long years.
Surprised to find Sapodilla/Sapota India to make this list!!! As you know most of these are used traditionally in India. Should not hose who spread wrong information about these misunderstood food items be sued???:-) Any nutritional Subramanian Swamy here?
All said and done, don't get too choosy about foods and take all those health related articles to heart. 1. Eat everything in moderation, especially eat the food that is locally grown in your geography as regular meals. 2. Exercise in moderation, enjoy exercising. Your body 3. Listen to your body and mind. They always talk to you and convey what they can handle and can't. Listen and respond to those messages, rest everything will take care of itself
Re: From experience
by kiran kumar on Feb 02, 2012 11:47 AM
Can't agree more. Just to add, when it comes to fruits and vegetables, nothing can beat seasonal options. Good for health, good for your pockets and automatically takes care of cycling all nutritions that you need all throught the year.
this is a truthful article that really clears the air on healthy foods that have been much maligned for commercial reasons, vested interests or plain ignorance.
I cut out ALL vegetable oils and use only coconut oil/ghee and my health has improved tremendously. I also consume only fruit in morning and evening and it has improved my digestion, physical and mental energy and reduced hunger.
Re: Re: Re: lots of people think that brown rice is boiled rice.
by Kiran on Feb 04, 2012 06:10 PM
parboiled is still poor compared to the whole brown. WIth parboiling some of the nutrients get drained off