Les bénéfices des fruits et légumes sur la santé

Les bénéfices des fruits et légumes sur la santé


We know that you have to eat to live. So to live well, you have to eat well. Q.E.D. And eating well and enjoying is even better. Fortunately, life is well made. We get lots of good things
from the field to our plates. Among them, fruit and vegetables. Fresh, raw or cooked, in salads, stews or ratatouille, there is something to suit every taste,
every season and every budget. There is nothing new here: our doctors, our parents
and the authorities have been telling us ever since we were old enough to finish our soup: fruit and vegetables are essential if
we are to have a healthy, varied and balanced diet. At least five a day, please. OK, but then what are the real benefits
for our body and for our health? It’s very simple. First, fruit and vegetables contain
many of the nutrients that our body needs. There are vitamins, for example. They are full, full, full of vitamins. Vitamins A, C, E
and almost the entire vitamin B family. Amazing. Fruit and vegetables also provide minerals
and trace elements in significant quantities, for example, potassium and manganese. Splendid, but that’s not all: fruit and vegetables also contain fibre, water and many other beneficial nutrients
such as the famous antioxidants. And all these elements might be microscopic, but they are essential to
the proper functioning of our bodies. It shows that the smallest things
can have the greatest effects. That’s why a diet rich in fruit and vegetables
not only keeps us in shape, but also reduces the risk
of cardiovascular diseases, type 2 diabetes, obesity and even some cancers! And because of the fibre and water they contain, you can satisfy your appetite with fewer calories! So it would be a shame to go without them, especially since there are so many of them, and they are so diverse we can vary our diet
while we delight our taste buds. Being healthy has never been so pleasant. Now you can have some more of my soup. To learn more about fruit and vegetables,
visit Graines de Savoir.