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They found the following fruits and vegetables may help prevent heart disease, stroke, cardiovascular disease, and early death: apples and pears, citrus fruits, salads and green leafy vegetables such as spinach, lettuce and chicory, and cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, cabbage and cauliflower. Fruits and vegetables are part of a well-balanced and healthy eating plan. They have essential vitamins, minerals, and fiber that may help protect you from chronic diseases, including stroke and certain cancers.

Eating fruits and vegetables are also a great way to manage and maintain a healthy weight. Take a few minutes to add more fruits and vegetables into your diet. They found the following fruits and vegetables may help prevent heart disease, stroke, cardiovascular disease, and early death: apples and pears, citrus fruits, salads and green leafy vegetables such as spinach, lettuce and chicory, and cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, cabbage and cauliflower. Almost no adolescents are meeting all four key obesity prevention behaviors – eating five fruits and vegetables, spending less than two hours in front of the TV or computer, at least one hour of exercise and no sugar-sweetened drinks.

Scientists speculated that the antioxidants and bioactive substances — such as vitamins A, B, C, and E; carotenoids; flavonoids; and polyphenols — found in fruit and vegetables may reduce brain oxidative stress, which in effect may prevent age-related brain dysfunction like memory loss. Fruits and vegetables add nutrients to your diet that help protect you from heart disease, stroke, and some cancers. In addition, choosing vegetables, fruits, nuts, and other produce over high-calorie foods can help you manage your weight. “Eating up to 800 grams of fruits and vegetables per day—equivalent to 8 servings— has been shown to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease and all-cause mortality, with modest additional.

Fruits and vegetables contain antioxidants, which are molecules that can prevent cellular oxidation. However, if you regularly eat fruits and vegetables, it can help to treat cancer and other conditions. World Blood Donor Day Helps Save Lives Excessive Hygiene and Antibiotic Resistance. Under the U.S. government’s latest food guidelines, five servings of fruits and vegetables may not be enough.

Adults need anywhere from 7-13 cups of produce daily to get all the health benefits of. They found the following fruits and vegetables may help prevent heart disease, stroke, cardiovascular disease, and early death: apples and pears, citrus fruits, salads and.

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In general,you can lower your risk of gastrointestinal cancers if you eat fewer processed foods that are high in salt and saturated fat and low in fiber and if you increase your intake of fresh vegetables (particularly green, leafy vegetables) and fruits.

“The Vitamin D Cure” by James Dowd, MD, Diane Stafford
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by James Dowd, MD, Diane Stafford
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Eating a diet low in fat and high in fruits and vegetables, foods that are low in fat and may contain vitamin A, vitamin C, and dietary fiber, may reduce your risk of some cancers.

“Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) TITLE 21 Food and Drugs (1 April 2017)” by Office of the Federal Register (U.S.)
from Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) TITLE 21 Food and Drugs (1 April 2017)
by Office of the Federal Register (U.S.)
Office of the Federal Register, National Archives and Records Service, 2008

• “Low-fat diets rich in fruits and vegetables [foods that are low in fat and may contain dietary fiber, vitamin A, or vitamin C] may reduce the risk of some types of cancer, a disease associated with many factors.

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Because the bowel is inflamed as a result of the pathologic processes in absorption, the child must avoid high-fiber foods, such as nuts, raisins, raw vegetables, and raw fruits with skin, until inflammation has subsided.

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Studies conducted over the last several decades have confirmed this link, consistently showing that eating a diet of fresh fruits and vegetables high in vitamin C can result in a significant reduction of many types of cancer.

“User's Guide to Nutritional Supplements” by Jack Challem
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by Jack Challem
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Low-fat diets rich in fruits and vegetables (foods that are low in fat and may contain cancer dietary fiber, vitamin A, or vitamin C) may reduce the risk of some types of cancer, a disease associated with many factors.

“American Dietetic Association Complete Food and Nutrition Guide, Revised and Updated 4th Edition” by Roberta Larson Duyff
from American Dietetic Association Complete Food and Nutrition Guide, Revised and Updated 4th Edition
by Roberta Larson Duyff
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Although whole fruits and vegetables are certainly an important part of his overall diet, they may be contributing to his sense of fullness and discomfort, ultimately discouraging him from eating enough food to increase his total calorie intake.

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Fruits, vegetables and related nutrients such as carotenoids and folate tend to be inversely related with risk, but these associations may be entirely due to confounding by papillomavirus infections, smoking and other factors.

“Human Nutrition E-Book” by Catherine Geissler, Hilary Powers
from Human Nutrition E-Book
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This is called ecologic fallacy.1 It is possible that although higher levels of fruit and vegetable consumption may occur in states and territories with lower levels of obesity, those eating five or more servings of fruit and vegetables per day may not be the ones with the lower BMI.

“Introduction to Epidemiology” by Ray Merrill
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by Ray Merrill
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In addition, I have found eating one fruit streamlines digestion and helps to prevent and eliminate many common digestive complaints including constipation, gas, heartburn, acid reflux, and burping.

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  • Vegans be like, MCDONALDS IS BAD FOR YOU!!!! Vegans be like MCDONALDS DOES NOT USE REAL MEAT! Mcdonalds be like 99% vegetarian then.

  • oh my this really hit me. you said “ridiculously low number” that was way above of what i think i’m allowed. i’m like “500 is what i aim for, 600 is still okayis, if i go 700 i’m not mad but not happy either. if i go to 1000 i def need to purge.”..this got me thinking. i am relying to veggies so much. literally eating just cucumbers, carrots, apples and berries. and tomatoes. and counting calories of them. how fucking silly. sometimes i eat ryebread and oatmeal when i think i shuould “really try this recoverything now”.. i want to recover. at the same time i want to start “sugarfree year” in january and eat super clean. i don’t know if it’s just my disorder that wants that bc i feel like i do want to eat healthy..

  • This video was very helpful!!! I did something very similar for 3 years. My diet consisted of a Small scramble for breakfast, a literal “baby bowl” of oats for lunch, and then a giant romaine lettuce salad (like three giant heads of romaine) with either salsa or a “dressing” of vinegar and mustard w/ no more than three ounces shredded chicken. Plus, loads of instant espresso to “function”.

    I hope this info doesn’t serve as“thin-spiration” for anyone because it messed up my body so badly.
    Now, even though I’ve hit a stable weight in my recovery my stomach is so stretched, and my body is so Leary of me, I literally still look nine months pregnant after every snack/meal no matter how small/calorically dense (due to gastroparesis). I also have zero abdominal muscles to hold my tummy in due to years of malnutrition. I’m hoping that by upping my calories (with very calorie-dense, vegan food like nut/seed butters, oats, potatoes, etc.) that I can reduce volume and increase nutrition. And hopefully my tummy will shrink back down over time.

    Just in case my current giant prego/not actually prego recovery belly isn’t enough to put people off abusing caffeine and veggies, let me describe other consequences I experienced. I lost my sense of taste due to vitamin deficiency. I once literally burned my skin/eyes from the inside out because I added so much pepper to my salad in order to just taste it. I ended up in the ER due to a lacerated esophagus because the straight vinegar on my salad made my gum tissue and esophageal lining so thin and vulnerable. I passed out a lot. I was constantly tired and grumpy. My skin was dry and cracked to the point that my fingertips were scratchy and split and bloody. This message is way too long, so I’ll stop here, but it goes without saying that I isolated big time so that I could maintain this lifestyle for three years. I hurt my family, bailed, on friends and am now trying to repair relationships and rebuild broken trust. I’ve got a long way to go, but every time I eat I’m eating for a better today and a better future. Hope this helps someone. Thx for posting this Alice, I thought I was the only ☝��.
    Also, do you think you could discus the temptation to want to use supplements/laxatives to combat gastroparesis in recovery?? I don’t use them but have been tempted when nothing is moving thru!!!��. Yes? No?

  • Did your weight gain start when you went vegan as a stage of recovery? since I was 13 I’ve had a eating disorder where I dont eat all day then wake up every hour during the night and binge. im losing my teeth and hair and my health is in decline. so 2 months ago I Became vegan and started eating 6pm to 3am cause I dont know how to fix my disorder. I’m scared if i eat breakfast and lunch ill still eat all night and gain weight. I’m 120 lbs and only 5 ft 1in. will i gain weight eating nut butters in excess? avacado? ect..

  • oh man truly thank you so much for making this you’ll never know how much it helps me. Like I couldn’t have made it much longer doing this and knowingI’m ont alone makes me feel so much better

  • I really love your videos but I’m confused since you promote whole food plant based (with processed foods occasionally), is it really okay to get your calories from refined foods when you are recovering? I mean I thought you’re going to say eating more calorie dense like grains and potato and things like that but not refined ones like bread or ice cream (treating them as more regular rather than occasionally only?) I mean is it really okay to recover and consume lot of refined foods, when it could affect your health? (I mean oil, added sugar and salt is not that good to have too much right?)

  • My biggest struggle right now. Well has been for years but trying to face it now. I literally will eat two pounds of broccoli a day on top of all the other veggies.

  • Mindful eating has made a big difference for me! It’s definitely helped me to shrink my stomach back down.
    Don’t eat in front of your TV/laptop/on your phone.
    Eat slowly and enjoy the food, even if it makes you feel guilty.
    Embrace the feeling of food in your mouth and stomach.
    Don’t drink water between bites.
    Pray/meditate on thankfulness for your body and the food available.

  • Don’t let the anti meat propaganda fool you. We actually thrive on animal products as long as they are derived from sustainable sources such as farms. Dietary cholesterol doesn’t affect serum cholesterol and saturated fats are actually important for hormone production as many rather new studies thoroughly proved. Oxidized LDL Cholesterol and a lack of vitamin K2 is the reason for heart disease. Also most vitamins and minerals are more bioavailable from animal sources and meat causes least immune responses in the body compared to any other foods. Some important essential nutrients are exclusive to animal products only. Vegetable oils are very omega 6 heavy and oxidize very quickly especially when heated, hence the trans fat epidemic… Also vegetables don’t simply equal health. While there are a ton of healthy vegetables, many of them are a compromise between having a good source of micronutrients and having anti nutrients which may affect the one person more than the other (which may be a reason why so many people see a decline in the symptoms of arthritis when doing a ketogenic diet). I was never better than on a meat based diet with just some plant foods on top…

  • Processed or unprocessed,   vegetables and fruits are unhealthy for you.    Processed or unprocessed, meat and all animal products are good for you.This is now a fact.   The Mayo Clinic needs to be sued for its frauds.   Maybe even criminal charges for it’s leaders.

  • This is the opposite of what is true…so sad that this is what has become of the mayo clinic…taking money from lobbies and politicians and barking out their advertising as official “science”…absolutely disgusting.

  • the way i was able to “shrink my stomach” back is by letting myself eat mostly candy and bread, not even kidding and start assosiating higher calories, high glucose, with less high volume of foods so my stomach stopped thinking it needed to get filled so much to get enough glucose. It worked now I get full normally and vegetables fill my up a lot, except sometimes when I randomly experience extreme hunger again for a few days and then I let myself go back to eating like 5000 calories for those days and I somehow overall dont gain weight, and am slowly losing.:)

  • Also have a question have you ever been hungry but it makes you feel kind of sick to keep eating even though you want to? I was hungry although I only had junk food around the house that day so maybe that’s why but I had a mix of junk/ healthy food

  • I would like ur videos 100 times if I could plz keep them coming and plz keep reminding and reassuring all of us these things! It never gets old and helps tremendously!!!

  • Thank you a lot! Your videos are very helpful for me. I‘m in a successful recovery process since one year now and my weight maintain the whole time. But my thoughts and doubts are still a problem. Your honest way to tell your story and your experience are perfect to hold on.

  • Not true. Eating sugar and carbs kill you. You have a plant base diet you are sick weak and with high insulin levels. This suckers want people dead! Everything he said gives you diabetes! 5 grade science. Carbs transform into glucose and higher-ups your insulin. The liver and brain feeds on fats. They want everyone with Alzheimer ����‍♀️

  • I grew up poor so eating more vegetables than meat wasn’t an option. We filled up on veggies and starches because we only got one little piece of chicken, and that was on Sunday! The rest of the week we got meat flavored beans or stew. I eat that way, still, today because it was ingrained in me.

  • Vegetables are also full of antinutrients, toxins that damage your gut, pesticides, hormone disturbers etc.. I’m sick and tired of hearing this lie that veggies are good for you and meat is bad for you. Well ofc processed meat is bad for you or the meat that was raised with antibiotics and hormones but there is nothing wrong with pasture raised organic meat and it’s good for you

  • MEAT is not the problem, PROCESSED MEAT and PROCESSED FOODS are the problem. Loaded with sugar. Sugar=root of dietary evil in chronic disease. Sugar lobby is much more influential than you think.

  • well I’m binge eating biscuits and cereal at night so I’m thinking that maybe it would be a little bit less harmful if I am going to binge salad instead, and not with dressings, vinegar, peper or other stuff, just salad cause I like it the way it is

  • the only problem here is, American veggies are chemically engineered and is somewhat processed. veggies makes u fat becuz they got fatty hormones in it to get the veggie large. u mine as well call it fake veggie.

  • i had to laugh sooo much when i was watching that video!! that was literally me! i was at a point where i steamed FIVE kilos of cauliflower and made huge containers of purree with it….. with sweetener, salt and cinnamon!!!!
    i ate it until i couldn’t physically eat anything else and it even tasted good to me because i starved myself for so long
    of course its sad but also kinda funny when you think about all the crazy things you did in the past to make having an eating disorder a little more.. FUN?? i guess ��

  • I thought I was the only one!! Abusing veggies is definitely also an ED on its own. I ate and ate and just kept eating tons of veggies and fruit. Thanks to this my entire body became inflamed as it couldn’t handle all the food and huge portion sizes. I could, for lunch, easily polish two apples for a snack, an entire cup of dry pasta, four large carrots, an eggplant, two to three oranges, a packet of olives, two to four handfuls of seeds, a smoothie, sauce……sounds like a whole supermarket. Thankfully I “starved” myself and my stomach has shruken a lot, so it’s much easier to feel satisfied now

  • Im almost 7 months in recovery and Ive been kinda down about when itll happen And how long everything is going to take, but I just gained 3 more pounds all of a sudden, but I finally felt the feeling of satiation. I feel like gaining was the only way to feel that way. It’s like a different feeling you feel in your stoumach and head. Well for me anyways. Idk might sound wierd lol I’ve been down about the whole process and even skeptical that it’s going to work but finally feeling that feeling has given me hope. Thank you Alice for being there for me in my weak moments. It’s been a big help

  • Stay away from processed meat. Fresh fatty meat is where it’s at. Eat lots of greens, some nuts and seeds, maybe a fruit or a handful of berries or a tuber on occasion… If we lived in the wild, this is what we would be doing. We would be naturally low carb probably 8 months out of the year.

  • Oh my gosh this is so me!! I am worried though that the only way I will feel satisfied is if I eat these massive volumes of food…. if I start doing what you suggest, will my stomach go back to regular size without me deliberately training it to eat smaller portions of more calorie dense food?? I really want to eat higher calorie foods but when i do I always have to eat them with tons of vegetables because its the only way I can fill myself up!

  • For me.. I just dont really know what that satisfaction is.. I dont remember feeling it at all. Ever. When I feel full Im pretty stuffed. So stuffed that I get a little sleepy (not so stuffed my stomach hurts) thats when I feel good.. Thats when I feel comfortable and not hungry anymore

  • Im confused. For the past 2018 i have been feeling depressed about my weight,and what i eat. I am growing up with a mother who is going to a nutritionist to lose weight. She stresses the fact of eating healthy and all that stuff. My dad isnt big on that but does support her. I’m only 14 years old. Many people about me have said I’m skinny but many say i will end up fat. I started limiting my meals. I use to eat whatever pleased me at whatever time when i got hungry without second guessing how many calories does it have. I really want to recover and go back to my own self. I just don’t know how to do it. I do not understand recovery. Do you eat whenever? Do you eat whatever one wants?

  • I think this is really important. I don’t/didn’t have a full blown ED but after a year of calorie restricting I gave myself what I think of as a ‘food insecurity’ mindset where if I could eat it and it was there, if i let myself eat it I HAD TO EAT IT. Now I can eat half of things, not finish things if I’m full, eat it later, etc.

  • When I start eating normally I start binging. It took more then two months and still going on( I don’t know what to do. Last week I decided to start intuitive way of eating, but I eat a LOT of sweats and other junk food (even don’t want to imagine how mach calories are there). The only good thing of binging that happened it is that I got my period back. But now I don’t know what to do and I have fear that I’m going to eat as much food as I eating now forever(

  • You are a so wonderful visionary! This Video ist just in time once again for me! It it exactly what happened to me right now and it just happened yesterday that I was so bloated from veggies in the evening that I got to go to beed…sad and tired. I love your Videos…they reflect me like I am looking in a mirror. Take care and go on! Greetings from Germany!

  • Man I’m so thankful I found your channel.. I didn’t realize before that I’ve had an eating disorder for like like 13 years.. which is half my life now lol. I was never underweight but I would eat maybe one “meal” a day most of the time and then binge horribly after my body couldn’t handle it. Then I found veganism and started following hch which I see now started helping but was still problematic. Then Madeleine Olivia started talking about eating what you like and what makes you feel good and not being so restrictive so I tried that.. went on vacation.. came back and weighed myself and I’m up almost 15lbs. Scared the crap out of me because I was eating intuitively. Then I stumbled on your channel yesterday as I was about to go back into dieting and omg. It makes so much sense and I’m so glad I saw this before I started hurting myself again. This was exactly what I needed to hear. Thank you ❤️

  • I agree with the video, but although olive oil is the healthiest oil, whole plant foods are the healthiest. The healthiest fats come from whole foods, like avocados, nuts, and seeds. Oil is a processed food.

  • Well, I’m not vegan. What works best for me and my body and health is a cleaner high animal protein diet with plenty of veggies with snacks like specialty cakes, cookies and chocolates. I don’t crave those a lot so I don’t feel bad about eating them. It’s just food. I did try vegetarian with a friend but it screwed all of my blood tests. My cholesterol went crazy high, I became anemic even thought I was taking supplements. Plus, due to medications that I was on for years, I dealt with a lot of muscle atrophy and weakness. I’m glad vegan works for you and that you’re so open and willing to help other people. I can’t say I abuse veggies now. But I think I was starting to when I was trying a vegetarian diet.