Many vegetables and fruits
Many vegetables and fruits, like potatoes and apples, retain many of their nutrients in the skin. Whenever possible, cook them whole.
Peel vegetables and fruits thinly as a major chunk of nutrients lie just beneath the skin.
If vegetables are cut uniformly, they not only cook evenly and impart a good flavour but also retain their nutritional value.
Eating fruits and vegetables may help the human body make its own aspirin.
Eat fruits and vegetables containing vitamin C. Include tomatoes, strawberries, oranges in your diet for whiter teeth.
Eating fruits and vegetables rich in vitamin C or carotenoids is linked with a reduced risk of many cancers.
Eating fruits and vegetables rich in potassium may reduce the risk of developing kidney stones and may help to decrease bone loss.
Grains, fruits, vegetables give you carbohydrates. Try whole-wheat breads. Spaghetti and oatmeal are included in grain group.
Boil whole, unpeeled potatoes, for they retain more nutrients than the peeled ones.
Eat more of vegetables, fruits and grains. Fruits that are high in fat, just cut down the amount of their serving.