The Importance of Nutrition: A Clinical Review

Mother nature has bestowed us with colorful fruits and vegetables that serve to please our tongues and eyes. These soil products are laden with a myriad of nutrition that boost your body’s energy levels and simultaneously equip you to fight against disorders.

Clinical Importance of Vegetables and Fruits

 This article will discuss the importance of vegetables and fruits in maintaining good health and fighting diseases.

Benefits of Vegetables and fruits

Vegetables and fruits have loads of beneficial nutrients. Our clinical practice has seen several patients coming to the clinics due to a lack of fruit/vegetable consumption.

1. Keep You Energetic and Active

Daily consumption of green leafy vegetables and fruits keeps your energy levels high. To run with the pace of this fast world, you need loads of energy. So, your ultimate stop is the house of nature. The antioxidants provided by vegetables and fruits help in keeping you energetic. Green leafy vegetables such as spinach, kale, and broccoli are rich sources of antioxidants. Adequate quantities of Vitamins (A, C, D, and E) are present in green veggies and fruits. Apples, cherries, and berries have high amounts of phenolic compounds that are excellent antioxidants that are even better than the vitamins.

2. Improve Mental Health

Berries are a great source of improvement in brain function. Walnuts, Raspberries, and Strawberries have shown to be exceptional in recovering dementia patients. Green vegetables decrease the rate of cognitive decrease, the study says. If your dad taunts you of having a poor memory, then quietly add some berries and green vegetables to your diet.

3.  Detox Your Body Naturally

Phenolic compounds, especially flavonoids, are effective antioxidants. These antioxidants allow detoxification of the body. It results in better, clearer skin and a fitter body. Polyphenols (phytochemicals) from fruits such as apples and berries offer protection to your skin. So, the ladies should pump up the doses of fruits and vegetables.

4. Keep Pain and Inflammation Away

Everybody suffers from pain at any stage of their life. It is the most felt sensation and is attributed to underlying Inflammation. Onions, ginger, and herbs should be very beneficial in reducing pain in Rheumatoid Arthritis cases. A study suggests the efficacy of apples, avocadoes, berries, and cherries in reducing painful stimulations. Thanks to the high values of Vitamins (C and E) and anthocyanins in them.

5. Help Prevent and Combat Diseases

The most common diseases of the day include cardiovascular (heart) diseases, respiratory (breathing) issues, and Diabetes. To save yourself from the harms of these monsters, consider adding some fruits and—vegetables to your diet. Vegetables provide uncountable amounts of Vitamins A, C, and D. Vitamin D is now considered a hormone and plays a part in keeping away a multitude of issues.

A study suggests that Vitamin D intake is also linked with reduced occurrence of asthma. Fill up your plate with oranges and carrots to boost your Vitamin C levels and carotenoids. Tomatoes, lettuce, broccoli, and fruits rich in Polyphenols are beneficial in keeping Cardiovascular diseases and diabetes at bay. According to detailed research, these natural foods are excellent antioxidants, lower cholesterol levels, lower blood pressure in hypertensives and help maintain optimal blood sugar levels.  A DASH diet (rich in veggies and fruits) is recommended for hypertension management.


Keeping fruits and vegetables in your diet can have manifold benefits. From preventing cardiovascular diseases to imparting antioxidant effects, these natural products are stapled in an ideal diet. In today’s world, obtaining all of these nutrients is not easy so going for some food supplements (such as JuicePlus+) is the right choice.

Posted by: MJC

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