Vegetables are the most dependable resources for nutrition. Even though there is some nutrition that you can’t get from the vegetable. If you want to have a healthy life, you should include a vegetable in your daily diet. Many people dislike veggies because of their taste. But if we cook it right, the vegetable will be delicious. Many doctors are recommending a vegetable diet, but with a slight of meat and fish to balance it. We still need a nutrition from meat. We can eat just a vegetable, we still live since vegetables can contain every nutrition our body needs. But without meat and fish, you will lack proteins and many nutrition that you can get from animals.
Vegetables are the main sources of carbs. Potato, rice, wheat, corn, and much more. We can’t live without carbs, but consuming a lot of it isn’t good for your body. It is used for energy, and unused carbs become fat. Fat will stay in your body as an alternative source of your energy. But a lot of fat will increase your body weights that lead you to obesity. So, eating too much of carbs isn’t good for you. The recommended way is, you eat a decent amount of carbs at breakfast to start your day, many carbs for your lunch to continue your day, and less for the night since you don’t do anything besides sleep at night.
The others nutrient is protein and vitamins. Protein is mostly found in animal’s product, such as egg, milk, and meat. But there are some veggies that have a protein. Soybean and other nuts have an amount of protein so it’s a nice choice for an alternative protein source. Other nutrients are multivitamins, and vegetables have plenty of it. For example, Vitamins A is usually found in carrot, Vitamins D in grains, and mushroom, Vitamins E in Broccoli and spinach. There are also many other nutrients in veggies such as minerals.