Views: 1 Author: George Huang Publish Time: 2021-12-27 Origin: Site
Healthy grain foods such as oats, quinoa, brown rice, corn, and whole wheat bread provide our body with 50%~80% heat energy, 40%~70% protein, more than 60% vitamin B1, and grains. It is also rich in phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, inorganic salts and unsaturated fatty acids. It has the natural benefits of low fat, low cholesterol and long-lasting energy supply. The germ oil in grains is also rich in vitamin E, which has excellent antioxidant effects.
Common beans and soy products, such as mung beans, red beans, soybeans, tofu, soy milk, etc. are very healthy yoga foods. Beans and soy products are rich in protein, vitamins, minerals and other nutrients, which can improve our body's immunity, prevent osteoporosis, and regulate the balance of hormones in the body. The dietary fiber rich in beans helps prevent constipation, lower cholesterol, stabilize blood sugar, and prevent coronary heart disease.
Cows are highly respected in traditional yoga culture, and milk has high nutritional value and is easy to digest and absorb. Milk is rich in protein, calcium, phosphorus, iron, zinc, copper, manganese and other minerals. Drinking more milk can supplement the body's overall nutrition, improve the body's immunity, and promote the growth and development of the brain. The lactose in milk can regulate gastric acid, promote gastrointestinal motility and secretion of digestive glands. At the same time, cysteine has the effects of relieving fatigue, calming and sleeping, helping to beautify the skin and delay aging.
Nuts are the concentrated essence of all plants. Nuts are rich in potassium, magnesium, protein, dietary fiber and other nutrients. Science shows that eating nuts twice a week can effectively protect the heart and brain blood vessels and reduce the risk of heart disease. Eating more nuts can effectively remove free radicals in the blood, delay body aging, regulate blood lipid levels and reduce the risk of diabetes. Nutrient-rich nuts can not only nourish the brain and prolong life, the exercise intensity of chewing nuts is also conducive to improving the vision of our eyes.
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Fresh fruits and vegetables are rich in nutrients such as potassium, calcium, magnesium, vitamins, and dietary fiber. They have a strong regulating effect on mood and psychology, so eating more fruits and vegetables can make you feel better. The dietary fiber can stimulate gastrointestinal motility, effectively prevent and treat the symptoms of constipation. The vitamins in fruits and vegetables can regulate the body's metabolism and accelerate blood circulation, especially for the regulation of melanin. It can make our skin more white and rosy.