Healthy eating – beyond the obvious

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Healthy eating. Who doesn’t want to stick to a healthy diet? We try to focus on cutting down carbs, fats, and exercise to keep active. Doing this is not just relevant for external beauty, as a healthy lifestyle also protects us from serious ailments.

However, even if you are eating the recommended portion of greens and skipping fried food, your high fibre diet may still be harming your body.

Surprised?

Don’t be, because, while the usage of pesticides and other chemicals may achieve the larger goal of improving crop production, these same chemicals stay on the surface and penetrate the vegetables and fruits we otherwise consider healthy. This is why organic farm products are so popular these days. However, neither is the organic farm produce as abundant or affordable.  One has to look for alternative measures to clean raw produce, and therefore investing in a vegetable and fruit purifier makes absolute sense.

4 Reasons why Pesticides are Harmful for Human Health

Increases the Risk of Cancer

In several cases, the cancer diagnosis in patients has been linked to exposure to agrochemicals. Pesticides were linked to various types of cancers, including breast, prostate, brain, bone, thyroid, liver, colon, lung, etc.

Leads to Obesity and diabetes

Evidence shows that long-term exposure to pesticides and other agrochemicals can cause obesity, which in turn increases the risk of diabetes.

Causes Neurological Disorders

Long-term exposure to herbicides and pesticides has been associated with the development of neurological disorders such as Parkinson’s disease.

Results in Infertility and Congenital Disabilities

Agrochemicals like pesticides and herbicides have been continuously proved to have roles in inducing infertility. They are also known to cause developmental issues in new-born children.

How to cook healthy?

Cooking healthy starts with planning smart. You don’t need to cut out all fats from your diet; in fact, it is recommended that you include a healthy amount of unsaturated fat.  Eating whole grains instead of refined grains, along with the appropriate amount of carbs and fats creates a balanced meal full of nutrition. Even if you are a vegan, carefully choosing your vegetables and fruits will help replenish the same nutrition.

Farm produce, however, as mentioned, may have residues and chemicals on the surface that are difficult to remove simply by cleaning them under the tap water. It makes sense to invest in a vegetable and fruit purifier. Choose one that is preferably compact, sturdy and does the job quickly. One of the most popular purifiers to cleanse raw produce and meat products efficiently is the Kent table top vegetable purifier. Its features include:

Smart Design: Can be easily wall-mounted or placed on the kitchen counter.

Revolutionary Technology: Employs ozone technology that eliminates bacteria, viruses, fungi and other pathogens from the skin of the fruits and vegetables. Ozone is a reactive gas that effectively oxidizes all traces of agrochemicals on the items to be washed, to make them fit for human consumption.

No Maintenance: Since the device uses the atmospheric oxygen, it requires zero consumables to purify eatables.

Additional Use: The KENT vegetable and fruit purifier can also clean water for bathing and washing purposes.   It has CE certification so you know that you’ve got a quality product that will last for years.

How do you stick to a healthy diet? Do you use a vegetable and fruit purifier?

After more than a decade in the corporate corporate work, I retired from my corporate career at 33 to focus on family. A change in priorities, and a passion for writing inspired me to start working from home and I am now living my dream as a writer and editor. I write content for clients, blog for businesses and edit manuscripts for publishers/authors. With six blogs of my own and published contributions across the web (The Huffington Post, PTPA, World of Moms, SheKnows), I writes to collect smiles and donate to charities. I shares stories about all the things I enjoy in life; parenting, mindful living, conversations, coffee, books, food, music, health, DIY, travel, photography and showing my diabetes who’s boss.

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