Consumption Of Vegetables When Going On A Low-carb Diet?
Hi, I’m beautiful. I am 23 years old. I plan to eat healthy food which I plan to not consume anymore. The problem is that rice is a trigger for diabetes. Not dieting, I just want to eat healthy food. But I am confused about how to process vegetables, I’m afraid if carelessly combining vegetables, they are actually not good for health. What kind of vegetables can you combine with other vegetables? Or what fruit can not be consumed simultaneously. Thank you
At your age, starting to maintain health through food intake is indeed very good to do. There are various diet choices to maintain health. Your choice seems to be related to a low carb diet.
Some things that need to be known in this low carbohydrate diet is that this method of diet is very useful for health in the short term, for example: to reduce weight, lower blood pressure, and control blood sugar levels. However, in the long run, this type of diet can increase mortality especially from cardiovascular disease, cerebrovascular disease and cancer. Read: Low-carb diets and low-carb diet tips
For vegetable food sources, there are no specific rules for combining them, what is important for you to know is the content of each vegetable you will eat and how to process it. Vegetables will be better consumed in fresh conditions but still must pay attention to cleanliness. Some types of vegetables cannot be consumed fresh / raw, for example: cassava leaves. As for fruits, there are also no specific rules, only the recommendation to choose fresh fruit and fruit with a lighter color. Fruits like durian should not be consumed regularly. Please read: Fruit diet
You also need to keep your nutritional needs balanced. Including the need for protein, calcium, iron and other minerals that are often forgotten when someone is on a vegetable and fruit diet.
Thus the explanation, hopefully it helps.