Eat the Rainbow, Eat Organic & Eat Raw: Plant Based Vegan Athlete & Health Coach 1st Organic Garden

Eating the Rainbow: What does it mean to eat the rainbow? Including color in your diet can ensure you’re getting enough fiber, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and the like, and help to protect against illness, bone density loss, digestive problems, and with weight management.
Eat Organic: What is the difference between organic and conventional food? The essential difference between organic and conventional farming is that conventional farming relies on chemical intervention to fight pests and weeds and provide plant nutrition. Organic farming relies on natural principles like biodiversity and composting instead to produce healthy, abundant food.
Eating Raw Vs Cooked Veggies
While researching what are the benefits of eating raw, I learned that there are 7 veggies you should cook to get the most benefits from. incorporating raw foods, specifically vegetables and fruits, into your diet can have numerous health benefits. “You will likely have more energy, better skin, improved digestion and a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease once you get used to eating raw food
1. Asparagus
2. Mushrooms
3. Tomatoes
4. Potatoes
5. Brussels sprouts
6. Broccoli and Cauliflower
.7. Spinach

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