What does green mean these days? If you are eating green foods these days, do you know exactly what you are eating? Do you know if you are eating greens in their purest form so that you can get the most nutrients from them to keep your body optimal health?
I love the color green and I love green foods! I love a specific TYPE of green foods. To keep my body in optimal health there are certain things that I want from my green foods. Do you know exactly what you are eating?
What does the food industry mean when they advertise “green” foods? When you think of green foods, what does it mean to you? Let’s look at some questions to find out what green means to you!
It is IMPORTANT to know if you are eating green foods from a trusted source!
“The first rule regarding green foods is that you should consume primary fresh and organic green foods from a trusted source. It may be a little bit more expensive, but it’s definitely worth the price. Not only is the taste that much better, organic foods from a trusted source also have more vitamins and minerals and don’t contain unnecessary pesticides and other toxins. The difference in taste is very obvious if you buy a piece of green food in a big supermarket or at a local organic farm.” The Power of Green Foods!
What does Green Food Mean these days?
- Are they insinuating that these “green” vegetables are “organic”?
- Are they insinuating that these “green” vegetables are “good” for you? If so, why do they want you to believe it is “good” for you?
- Is it suppose to mean that “green” food is raw food?
- Does it mean that these “green” foods have no chemicals sprayed on them?
- Does it mean that these “green foods” have not been genetically modified?
- Does it mean that the “green food” went through 5 vendors to end up on their shelves, and even though it went through temperature changes and the like, because it is “green” it is good for you?
- Does it mean that the despite the “green” food being 3 weeks old, because it is “green” it is good for you despite it being irradicated so that the produce lasts longer?
- Does “green” mean that the vegetables have no bacteria on them?
- Does it mean that the “green” vegetables have just been rinsed or have they really been washed in a solution to get the bacteria off?
- Have the “green” vegetables been genetically modified?
- Have the “green” vegetables been sprayed with pesticides?
- Have the “green” vegetables been irradicated, so that they have a longer shelf life?
- Have the “green” vegetables had fertilizer on them?
You get my point!
What does Green Food Mean these days?
In the article called The Power of Green Foods, they give you homework to do for when you go out to eat!
“The only way you’re going to stay self-disciplined in increasing the green food intake in the beginning is if you plan your meals in advance to some extent. You have to plan which green foods you will eat with your meals at least 3 out of 5 times. Therefore, do the following:
- Go to the websites of the restaurants you visit most often. Skim through the menu. Find a salad, side dish or any other green food you can order next time
- Find a few recipes for green salads, green soups and green smoothies that grab your attention. Print or save the recipes
- Update your shopping list. If necessary, find an organic farm or a whole foods market near you that can supply you with healthy veggies. Make sure that 20 % of the content in your fridge is green. That doesn’t include beer cans of your favorite brand if they’re green by coincidence
- Test, experiment, play. Observe if you feel any better and more energetic after consuming more green veggies. Observe how your taste changes. Learn new cooking skills. Love your veggies. And enjoy your new healthy lifestyle!”
Make sure that the green foods you eat are in the purest form so that you can get the most nutrients from them so you can keep your body optimal health!
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