Natural food for healthy lifestyle

Health is the wealth that food can bring in

Food that we take in ultimately decide the quality of our life. It can promote or worsen our health sooner or later depending on what we choose to eat. There are food combinations that we can take to prevent many diseases 

Recent study in USA found that the rate of all-cause 30-day readmissions was reduced by 13% when individuals received meals, and per person per month total medical costs for individuals living with congestive heart failure,

traditional rice

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Green foods

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Faqs of Food and medicine

Overdose on a drug, unlike a food, and you can die. So it’s not surprising that some of the most abused substances on earth are fooddrugs. Some substances are treated as foods but clearly are drugs. Perhaps the most commonly acknowledged example is alcohol.

One of the best disease fighting foods is dark, leafy greens, which include everything from spinach, kale, and bok choy to dark lettuces. They are loaded with vitamins, minerals, beta-carotene, vitamin C, folate, iron, magnesium, carotenoids, phytochemicals, and antioxidants.

Protein is another nutrient that is important for the body and it can be found in foods like meat and poultry, eggs, legumes and nuts and seeds. Protein helps to build and repair muscles and body organs and tissues, like skin, hair and nails.

One difference between foods and drugs is in how they are represented. If a product meets the definition of a food and is regulated as a food, the product is not permitted to carry a drug claim, unless exempted.

Whole foods act as medicine to heal and protect your body and boost your immune system. But when you fuel your body with processed foods, chemicals, preservatives and additives, your immune system is lowered, and your digestive system slows down.

Multiple scientific studies have proven that high sodium intake, consumption of processed foods, and animal products contribute to high blood pressure. Turns out, transitioning to a whole-foods plant-based diet, sodium restriction, and daily exercise can reduce blood pressure to a healthy range.