Compared with the fast food and junk food that has a savory taste, green vegetables may be less popular. In fact, this is precisely the intake provides tremendous benefits for the body.
In addition to a rich variety of vitamins and minerals, green vegetables are also rich in magnesium which is believed to reduce the risk of heart disease and diabetes. Not only that, green vegetables are also very good for those who are looking to lose weight.
Researchers from Zhejiang University and Zhengzhou University, China, found that people who regularly eat intake rich in magnesium have a risk 10 percent lower than coronary heart disease, the risk was 12 percent lower than a stroke and a risk 26 percent lower than diabetes 2, compared with those who rarely eat them.
“Low levels of magnesium in the body is associated with various diseases, but previously there was no conclusive evidence that indicates a link between dietary magnesium and a health risk. Our study shows an association of times these things,” said researcher Dr. Fudi Wang.
Magnesium itself is very important for human health and normal biological functions, including glucose metabolism in the process, the production of proteins and nucleic acids such as DNA synthesis.
Meanwhile, to help the process of weight loss is also recommended to consume vegetable nodes. Rita Ramayulis, DCN, Kes from Polytechnic Jakarta II mention that you can also use vegetable broth clear water, such as spinach or katuk.
“Kuah vegetable nodes is highly recommended for those who are on a diet, because it still contains micronutrients previously owned also by the vegetables. Substance micronutrients is found in many vegetables and fruits. So if you’re eating vegetable nodes, spend too broth,” said Rita.
This micronutrient substances mentioned by Rita also contains many antioxidants, so that in addition to helping you lose weight, it can also beautify the structure of the skin and make the skin look younger. “Circulatory also be smooth,” he continued.