Eating Healthy is your best medicine
Eating large amounts of vegetables is one of the simplest things you can do to stay healthy. A diet rich in vegetables can help you ward off arthritis, heart disease, stroke, dementia, cancer and even slow the aging process of your body.
Vegetables hydrate your skin, therefore reduce wrinkles. They are not only composed of 85 to 95 percent water, but also contain many phytonutrients that help your body fight the aging process by preventing damage – at the cellular level – caused by stress, free radicals, Ultra Violet Light and environmental toxins.
Vegetables can also help you improve the way your body handles and adapts to stress and adapting to stress is extremely important for physical and mental health.
It has been discovered that the pigments (carotenoids) in many fruits and vegetables create a healthy glow on your skin giving it a better appearance. In other words, eating vegetables makes us look healthier and more attractive.