6 Foods We Should Eat On a Daily Basis (By Dr.Greger, Author of the Best-selling “How Not To Die”)
Doctor Michael Greger is the author of best-selling “How Not To Die” , a recognizable face in America and beyond, and his expertise covers food, food safety and public health.
He reveals which six foods we should eat on a daily basis to protect ourselves from severe diseases that have become a real epidemic leading to premature death, such as cancer, heart disease and diabetes.
He thinks that the biggest secret of medicine is knowing what to put into the body, so that it cures itself, and you will be healthy and healthy!
Lentils, chickpeas , dried halves, peas and all kinds of beans are required. Perhaps pea soup and dipping of carrots in humus does not seem to be useful, but that way you also consume legumes. Try to eat at least three servings of legumes a day. One serving is, for example, a quarter of a cup of humus, half a cup of boiled beans, lenses, tofu or a full cup of fresh peas or lentils sprouts. Although the peanut is technicaly legume, Dr. Greger classified it into the category of nuts (due to nutritional value).
2. Berry fruits
One portion of berries is about half a cup of fresh or frozen, and dried quarters of a cup. Although, biologically speaking, bananas, avocados, and even watermelon berries, we will use a colloquial term for a little edible fruit, and we will also add grapes (and dry grapes) to this category. This of course means that we will add fruit that many consider to be berry fruits, although technically they do not belong, for example blueberries, cherries, cranberries, strawberries, …
3. Cabbage vegetables
Brownish vegetables include broccoli, cabbage, shrimp, grist and kale. Greger recommends at least one serving a day (half a cup), and at least two portions of greenery a day, Leafy and salad vegetables.
Everyone should eat at least 1 tsp of ground flaxseeds a day, and in addition a portion of other nuts or seeds. A quarter of a cup of walnut is enough for one serving, and if you like butter (for example, peanuts), do not take more than two tablespoons in one meal. Chestnut and coconut nutritionally are not in the category of nuts.
Doctor Gregory also recommends a quarter of a spoon of turmeric, and you can also add other spices (no salt) you like.
6. Cereal whole grains
For a long life, eat whole grains including whole wheat. For example, half a cup of hot oatmeal, boiled rice, cinnamon and buckwheat, boiled pasta or corn, cups of cold (ready-made) cereals; One tortilla or a slice of an integral bread, half pastry or muffins, three cups of popcorn …