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Free Health Diet-Take care of your health yourself

Free Health Diet-Take care of your health yourself

Diet,

In today's fast paced life we ​​don't have time to look at everything we eat and how we eat. We have to face various ailments because we neglect the simple thing of what diet should be.

What exactly is a balanced diet that every citizen should follow? This is something we are forgetting nowadays.

A balanced diet is one that includes the right amount of protein, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins, and minerals in your daily diet.

FreeHealthDiet-Takecareofyourhealthyourself
Free Health Diet - Take care of your health yourself

Now let us learn about the 5 important factors mentioned above to find a proper and balanced diet.

1) Protein

2) Carbohydrates

3) Fat

4) Vitamins

5) Mineral base

Protein : 

Protein is essential for the growth, repair, and regeneration of cells. Milk, eggs, meat, cereals provide protein to the body. Different types of proteins are available by combining different amino acids.

There are total 23 amino acids. Of these, 10 amino acids are not produced in the body. Arginine, Histidine, Isoleucine, Leucine, Lycine, Methionine, Phenylalanine, Threonine, Tryptophane, Valine. These 10 amino acids are called essential amino acids. The supply of these 10 acids needs to be taken out. Below we will look at the functions of all 23 types of amino acids in the body and where we can get them.

No.

 

Amino Acid Name

Which physical organs are useful

Where to meet

1

Arginine

Muscles, cartilage, cells, genitals, to prevent aging

Green leafy vegetables, carrots, beets, cucumbers, lettuce, radishes, potatoes

2

Histidine

Liver, semen, hemoglobin

Radish, Carrot, Beet, Celery, Cucumber, Turnip, Spinach, Apple, Pineapple, Pomegranate, Papaya, Garlic, Onion

3

Isoleucine

Hemoglobin, pituitary gland, particle, metabolism control, thymus

Pineapple, Coconut, almond, pistachio, walnut, apricot

4

Leucine

Isoleucine should be balanced

Pineapple, Coconut, almond, pistachio, walnut, apricot

5

Lycine

For liver, gallbladder, physiological processes, to prevent aging

Carrots, beets, cucumbers, celery, mint, spinach, turnips, soybeans, grapes, apples, pears, plums

6

Methionine

Pancreas, hemoglobin spine

Cabbage, cauliflower, garlic, pineapple, apple

7

Phenylalanine

Kidney, bladder, to expel foreign fluids

Carrots, beets, spinach, mint, tomatoes, pineapple, apples

8

Threonine

To supplement the remaining amino acids

Carrots, papaya, green leafy vegetables

9

Tryptophane

Production of digestive juices, eyes, regeneration of cells

Carrots, beets, celery, spinach, turnips

10

Valine

Breasts, testicles

Carrots, Turnips, Milk, Celery, Beets, Peppermint, Tomatoes, Apples, Pomegranates, Almonds

11

Aspartic Acid

Bones, teeth, lungs, heart, blood vessels

Carrots, beets, cucumbers, celery, mint, spinach, turnips, soybeans, grapes, apples, Lemon, pineapple

12

Tyrosine

Red and white cells, hair, adrenal, thyroid gland

Carrots, beets, cucumbers, lettuce, mint, green peppers, spinach, strawberries, plums, cherries, apples, watermelons, figs, almonds

13

Alanine

Skin, adrenal glands

Carrots, beets, cucumbers, lettuce, mint, green peppers, spinach, strawberries, plums, cherries, apples, watermelons, figs, almonds, Peru

14

Glutamic Acid

Prevention of pancreas, pancreas, vitiligo

Carrots, turnips, celery, mint, cabbage, spinach, papaya, lettuce, beets

15

Hydroxy glutamic Acid

To secrete the digestive tract

Carrots, mint, lettuce, tomatoes, grapes, raspberries, plums

16

Cystine

Hair, red blood cells, breasts, vitality growth

Raspberries, Pineapples, Raisins, Garlic, Onions, Cauliflower, Cabbage, Carrots, Beets

17

Glycine

Cartilage muscle, muscle, sexual secretion control

Carrots, beets, cucumbers, celery, mint, spinach, turnips, soybeans, grapes, apples, Lemon, pineapple

18

Hydroxy Proline

For liver, gallbladder, red blood cells

Figs, beets, lettuce, turnips, cucumbers, cherries, carrots, radishes, almonds, coconuts, olives

19

Iodogorgoic

For various cells in the body

Celery, spinach, carrots, tomatoes, pineapple, lettuce

20

Proline

For white blood cells

Carrots, beets, cucumbers, celery, mint, spinach, turnips, soybeans, grapes, apples, Cherries, oranges, olives

21

Serine

Lungs, trachea

Radish, Garlic, Onion, Papaya, Apple, Pineapple, Carrot, Beet, Peppermint, Cucumber, Cabbage

22

Thyroxine

Thyroid, adrenaline glands, metabolic control

Tomatoes, pineapples, turnips, spinach, lettuce, carrots, celery

 

And is the last Norleucine. These amino acids Leucine Works to balance the amount of.  Most doctors advise you to eat more meat in your diet for the only reason that it contains all kinds of amino acids. Also, if vegetarians eat a plant, they will not find all the amino acids in that plant, so doctors make vegetarians drink more milk.

But eating too much meat, even if it contains a lot of protein, is harmful to the body, so too much protein can lead to many diseases. The only thing that matters to you is that if the body is getting protein, it should get as much as it needs.

2) Carbohydrates :

Carbohydrates give the body heat and energy to function. Cereals, cereals, and milk provide the most carbohydrates. But processed carbohydrates are of no use, e.g. Eating dough, milled rice, flour, white sugar, these do not get carbohydrates. Processing destroys the carbohydrates in them.

Eating processed foods such as canned and bottled fruits, fruit juices, ketchup, jelly, instant rosemary, rasgulla, ready-made flour, cakes, chocolates, ice cream, bread, biscuits, peppermint, etc. can harm your body. Eating too much of this substance puts pressure on the digestive system and leads to obesity. Later, with increasing age, diabetes and joint pain can become a disease.

3) Fat  :

Fat gives heat and vitality to the body. Oil and ghee are the main sources of fat. There are two types of fat.

1) Saturated fat

2) Unsaturated fats

Eating too much saturated fat makes the blood vessels narrow and hard, which can lead to high blood pressure and heart disease. Therefore, reduce the amount of saturated fat in your diet and use the amount of unsaturated fat. Let us see in the following chart which foods contain saturated and unsaturated fats.

Saturated fat

Unsaturated fats

1) Ghee, butter, vegetable ghee, coconut, palm oil

2) Buttermilk milk, cream, khova, sakh herbs, ghee sweets, shrikhand, basundi, pede, ice cream,

3) Chocolates, cakes, biscuits, breads, wafers,

4) Eggs, fatty meats, fish, mussels.

Peanut Butter Oil, Sesame Oil, Soybean Oil, Safflower Oil, Cotton Oil, Sunflower Oil,

 

4) Vitamins :

Although the body needs these elements in small quantities, they are very important. Vitamins are used for proper digestion of carbohydrates, proteins and fats, their absorption and boosting the immune system.

Excessive consumption of mental irritants, smoking, alcohol, cannabis and marijuana reduces the amount of vitamins in the body. Today's fast-paced life has also increased the need for vitamins in our body.

If you get sick, the amount of vitamins in your body is reduced due to the antibiotics, sulfa, cortisone medicine you are taking. In today's life we ​​need a lot of vitamins. The simplest way to get vitamins is to use raw foods, whole grains and cereals, fruits, vegetables in your diet.

Vitamins are also destroyed during cooking. Fruits and vegetables should not be cut too long.

5) Mineral base :

Mineral salts Your body needs many salts. It requires minerals like Calcium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Sodium, Iron, Sulfur, Magnesium, Chlorine, Iodine, etc. These minerals, however, need to be present in very small amounts in the body, otherwise excessive amounts can invite many diseases.

As mentioned above, if you use all the above ingredients in your diet in the right way, you will never get sick. In today's fast paced life we forget about these things.

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