它 Best Vegetables You Must Eat

它 Best Vegetables You Must Eat

November 4, 2019 27 By Jose Scott


Hi, it’s Dr Sam Robbins, I recently did some videos about vegetables,
specifically about Broccoli and Okra and the surprising pros and cons about these “health”
vegetables. I’ll give you links to all of these great
videos, at the end of this one because I got a lot of comments and questions and that’s
why I’m making today’s video, about the best vegetables you should be eating daily
… And then you can also watch part 2 of this
video, which is the WORST vegetables you must AVOID. So, let’s get started with the best vegetables Green Leafy Vegetables are great – spinach,
collard greens are great. Very high in protein too. However, I suggest you avoid kale and that’s
in my other video, “vegetables you must avoid” Cruciferous vegetables are amazing, such as
broccoli and brussels sprouts. High in Vitamin K and C, as well as protein. Both should be steamed or lightly cooked. Asparagus – also high in Vit K and protein. It acts as a mild diuretic as well, which
is good for high blood pressure Beet Greens, also high in protein Garlic and onions – have lots of positive
effects for your health. However, be mindful of your breath. Celery – great for blood pressure and circulation
and has almost no calories. Mushrooms have many medicinal benefits. White button mushrooms are one of the best
for improving hormones by helping with prostate and breast cancer. Reishi mushrooms are also very good for your
immune system. Shitake helps fight tumors However, IF you have yeast or candida, I think
you should avoid mushrooms until you get that handled, due to the fact that mushrooms are
a fungus. I discuss this in further detail in my “vegetables
you should avoid” video. Okra – have tons of benefits and I made an
entire video about this. Artichokes – have lots of protein and antioxidants. However, make sure they are cooked fully,
steam it for about 30 min on a stove-stop. Bok Choy is also very good, make sure it’s
steamed or lightly cooked. Cabbage is great, especially as sauerkraut
because it has millions of probiotics, which is great for your gut health. Seaweed and sea vegetables are great. The healthiest and longest living people eat
foods from the sea. Potatoes – they are vegetables and a safe
source of carbohydrates. Specifically yams and sweet potatoes are the
best. Cook them and then let them cool in the fridge
for about 8 hours and then reheat them and eat them. This will increase the resistant starches,
which means it’s better for your gut, less elevated blood sugar levels and best of all,
it has less calories. I also made a video about this with rice – if
you want to eat more rice and not get fat. Other types of potatoes should be avoided
and I mention them in my “vegetables that should be avoided” video With that said, below this video I have a
few important links to the other YouTube videos I mentioned today. Just scroll down and watch them all or the
ones you’re most interested in. Thanks for listening and have a happy and
healthy day!