Bring the vegetables game ON

The 22nd of April was named world earth day. It was so named to preserve the cocoon which we all are in. This cocoon known as earth continues to shields us from lot of harmful elements and substances which can range from the sun rays, metoroids, UFOS(insert smileys) and many others.

Any way, one beautiful gift that the earth has continually given to us from the earliest of time is vegetation. The gift of vegetation is one of the most important and treasured gift to us mankind. Imagine the trees, the flowers shrubs that make our environment beautiful not only to the eyes but also to the soul. The mere sight of a beautifully arranged bouquet can bring life to one’s spirits and bring lovely smiles to a tired soul. That and many more are the gifts that earth offers to us.

Heath and vegetation are two similar words so inter twined together that in most cases the successes in the health world is hinged on many discoveries from vegetation. Ranging from drugs that the pharmaceutical industry produces to the food we eat every day they all are derived majorly from vegetation.

Today’s post will be dwelling much on why as individuals we don’t take vegetables as much as necessary. Every body am sure at one time or the other have heard or read about the importance of vegetables. The real issue here is that with the amount of information known about vegetables do we really take them as required by our body. Alot of us can list off head the numerous benefits of taking vegetables, but when asked about the last time they ate vegetables you get a blank stare from them.

I have tried to come up with some reasons why we don’t eat enough vegetables and also offer some possible solutions. So lets go .

  1. fruits are not appealingly to the taste buds.The day i heard this statement i was like huh are you serious? my friend was like yes now you cant compare the taste of a well prepared pot of soup with something like concumber and watermelon. I just shook my head my with pity and explained to him that the most tasty dishes are fruits and vegetables ranging from the succulent juice found in mangoes to the rich taste of sour sop and plenty others. Please let remove the notion from our minds that fruits are not rich in taste, infact they are the ideal and right flavors that our taste buds need at all times.
  2. They are expensive and not always available.This one always makes me laugh, like the phone you are carrying are much does it cost? What about the cost of treating a disease condition. Those are the real expensive not the money use in buying fruits. As concerning availability if we can wait go from one end of the town to the other for a wedding party or a celebration. Going such lengths to get vegetables should not be a big bother.
  3. Vegetable and fruits gets bad quickly and easily. Sadly this is one drawback that is very true concerning fruits, they rot easily. We can always find a way around this drawback by storing them in appropriate storage conditions. We can go the extra lengths by buying fruits that are unripe so they can ripen at home, we can store in the fridges, but with our epileptic light supply this can beĀ  a challenge though. The best method for storing green leafy vegetables should be in a dry environment free from moist, water and even dew. Leafy vegetables can stay for up to a week in a dry environment. Juicing of very ripe fruits is also a very good way of avoiding wastage, juice the fruits and freeze. Saves you much.

This is just the beginning of our plenty gist’s about vegetables. As time goes on we will continue talking about vegetables, vegetables and more vegetables

THE CHOICE IS OURS

 

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