What are Vegetables?
Vegetables are the parts of plants that humans or other animals eat as food. The alternative definition of the term is somewhat arbitrary, often through pure and cultural tradition. It does not exclude foods from certain plants, such as fruits, flowers, nuts, and cereals, but does include tomatoes and courtyard fruits, such as broccoli, and lentils. There is a secret weapon that can help you train harder, recover faster from exercise, heal injured muscles, reduce arthritis, and improve your energy. This is something that your competitors do not take full advantage of. It's cheap. It's in your kitchen. It is green, red, blue, yellow, orange, and white. The most important thing is that it is alive!
Vegetables make the connection
Vegetables make the connection between the dining table and sports performance. High-speed and power athletes need large amounts of fresh vegetables in their diet, especially for extreme friction on chemical fuels, which are part of intense sprinting, weight lifting and plyometrics. By eating a wide range of vegetables regularly, speed/strength athletes can get the most out of their central nervous system, the ultimate source of speed. Here is a way to separate yourself from the crowd by nurturing your nervous system instead of just focusing on the muscles. The nervous system tells the muscle what to do and when to do it. Feed and win your nervous system. The food that the nervous system feeds comes from animal proteins and fats, all put to work by produce.
Fresh vegetables help absorb other nutrients
Fresh vegetables help absorb other nutrients. A protein-rich diet, which is essential for any speed/strength athlete, is activated with green leafy vegetables. Even the steady ingestion of fiber from vegetables helps the intestine to combine the nutrients in animal protein. Quality fats, which are critical to the diet of speed/power athletes, play an important role in the diet of vegetables. The nutrients in plants are best absorbed in the presence of fats, while plant roots help the body digest fats. This all joins up to prolonged digestion, keeping insulin levels in check so that you become ever more insulin sensitive, reacting sharply in the chosen moments when insulin is released. Every morning the athletes open the bottles with a pill then swallow a handful of vitamins, minerals, and God knows what. Despite the high cost when adding all the bottles at once, sadly, a large percentage goes down the toilet. There is a way to solve the problem. Do it the way our ancestors have done for a million years or so. Eat the micronutrients from their source, vegetation. Don't bother taking folic acid tablets (vitamin B-9) when you only need to give salad to eat. Why choke on laboratory make vitamin C when the experiment is with fresh vegetables? Do you want minerals? Go to the source, Vegetables.
A Vegetable Each Day Keeps the Vultures Away
Inadequate consumption of vegetables can be devastating to an athlete. It causes muscle damage, initial fatigue, and subpar-performance. It interrupts the functioning of the immune system, which in turn leads to diseases and injuries. In addition, rigorous training results in the release of free radicals that damage muscles. With daily consumption of fresh vegetables, natural antioxidants can counteract free radicals. Antioxidants are especially effective when combined with plant nutrients (phytonutrients). This combination greatly affects performance. Phytonutrients stimulate the central nervous system (CNS). They aid in cellular signaling, thus influencing the way CNS messages are sent. This CNS messaging is highly anti-inflammatory and helps in the growth and repair of body tissues. The dreaded post-workout DOMS (delayed onset of muscular soreness) is of particular interest to speed and power athletes who absolutely must train with punishing intensity. Phytonutrients help control DOMS.
Consumption of Fresh Vegetables for Athletes
Speed and power athletes should increase their consumption of fresh vegetables for another important reason, their pH balance. This is a complex issue. Any athlete who was not born with a billion talents will have to undergo crazy hours of hard training to find a way to succeed. The body must be built permanently to exert more force on the ground. Athletes need high amounts of protein, about 25% of nutrients, to boost all that work and growth. The result of so much protein and so much intense exercise shifts the pH balance significantly to the acidic side. An acidic imbalance acts as a magnet for muscle irritation, soreness, and the onset of the injury. Complicating this is the standard American diet that is highly acidic. Meat and dairy are acidic, but so are the processed fats in most of our processed foods. Rice is acidic, coffee is acidic, and so are condiments. Importantly, fruit concentrates and fruit juices are acidic. As a result of our overly acidic diet, millions of people suffer from stomach acids, then blindly follow the multi-billion dollar pharmaceutical industry to take "anti-acid." But the magic pills do almost nothing. By eating high amounts of fresh vegetables you can reduce acidity, reduce injuries, and reduce muscle irritation without visiting the doctor and without taking yet another drug. Yet another essential function of maintaining a diet rich in fresh vegetables is the "interior broom" system. With regular vegetable consumption, the fiber tends to sweep and clean the gut. This allows for more nutrients to come into contact with the intestinal surface and therefore aid with digestion. The interior surface stays stimulated and more capable of processing food. The body then receives the benefits of many more nutrients. The fiber from fresh vegetables is significantly greater than whole wheat or oats. One cup of oatmeal has 4 grams of fiber. Compare that to avocados which have 11 grams per cup, carrots 7, vegetable soup 7, and broccoli 6.
Salad Soup Sauce Slices
It doesn't matter if you love vegetables or hate them. You already eat them now so the trick is to get more of them down your throat without much fuss. Solve the problem of eating more vegetables the easy way. This is done by taking your vegetables in parts. Start with salad. Have a big salad every night first, before eating anything else for dinner. Make sure the salad is varied in vegetables, not just lettuce (the least nutritious green leafy vegetable.) Toss in olives, carrots, parsley, sprouts, and almost any vegetable in sight. Have an olive oil and vinegar dressing with herbs for nutrition and taste. Other nights have a Cesar salad, Greek salad, or imitate your own Olive Garden salad. The dinner salad should be considered obligatory. Next, get into the habit of having a large bowl of vegetable-based soup several times per week. A huge pot of homemade soup works best, flavored with chicken or ham bone. Try many different kinds of soup, but double the vegetable amount in each recipe. The longer it cooks, the better it tastes. Freeze the leftovers and enjoy later.
The Great Taste will Amaze You
You eat ketchup now, why not just expand the dietary intake of this vegetable sauce? Make a variety of vegetable sauces and dump it on healthful chips and later all over your dinner. Get into the habit of having slices of celery or carrot to use as a dipper. Make a lot of homemade salsa and avocado - guacamole. Make the flavorful vegetable sauce to top meat dishes the way you use ketchup. Another great way to have liquefied vegetables is juicing. Learn the art of vegetable juicing that has lots of pulp remaining. The great taste will amaze even the most vegetable hating among you.
The Environmental Working Group
The Environmental Working Group (EWG) warns that many grocery store vegetables have high quantities of toxins. These toxic commercial vegetables include bell peppers, celery, cucumbers, green beans, lettuce, spinach, and tomatoes. However, the EWG gives a positive rating to standard grocery store avocado, broccoli, cabbage, onion, and sweet peas.
Name: Muzammil Revised Date: 14-07-2020