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The vast majority of premature deaths can be prevented through simple changes in diet and lifestyle. Share these tips about nutrition to help encourage your followers to start making these changes for better health.

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  1. Plant-based diet intervention groups have reported greater diet satisfaction than control groups, as well as improved digestion, increased energy, and better sleep, and significant improvement in their physical functioning, general health, vitality, and mental health.
  2. Lentils are so rich in prebiotics that they create a feast for your friendly flora, which in turn feed you right back with beneficial compounds, such as propionate, that relax your stomach and slow the rate at which sugars are absorbed into your system.
  3. Powdered ginger can be a highly effective, cheap, easy-to-use, safer treatment for nausea, migraine headaches, and menstrual blood loss and pain.
  4. Shop for the reddest of strawberries, the blackest of blackberries, the most scarlet tomato, the darkest green broccoli you can find. The colors are the antiaging, anticancer antioxidants.
  5. Dietary decisions you make now may directly influence your health much later in life, including the health of your brain.
  6. Sugar is ok in fruit form because it comes naturally prepackaged with phytonutrients. Similarly, the fat in whole plant foods, like nuts and avocados, comes prepackaged with phytonutrients too.
  7. One of the six most powerful things we can do to live longer is to eat green leafy vegetables.
  8. Kale is best-of-all-worlds food, low in calories and packed to the hilt with nutrition-vitamins, minerals, anti-inflammatory compounds, antioxidant phytonutrients – you name it.
  9. Your body wants to regain its health if you let it. But if you keep reinjuring yourself three times a day, you interrupt the healing process.
  10. We could reduce the burden of childhood obesity and prevent further spread of the disease, but we need to ensure that plant foods are affordable and accessible to children of all income levels.
  11. Bright light exposure synchronizes the central circadian clock in our brains, whereas proper meal timing helps sync the timing of the clock genes throughout the rest of our body.
  12. Plant-based diets have been shown to lower cholesterol just as effectively as first-line statin drugs but without the risks.
  13. Inform your physician if you eat grapefruit. This fruit can suppress the enzymes that help clear more than half of the commonly prescribed drugs, and less drug clearance means higher drug levels in the body.
  14. When people are given the exact same meal in the morning, afternoon, and at night, their body uses up about 25% more calories to process the meal in the afternoon than at night and about 50% more calories to digest it in the morning. That leaves fewer net calories in the morning to be stored as fat.
  15. There is only one way of eating that’s ever been proven to reverse heart disease in the majority of patients, a diet centered around whole plant foods.
  16. A tablespoon a day of ground flax seeds appears to improve ovarian function and is considered a first-line therapy for breast pain associated with one’s period.
  17. Eating a few oranges before snowboarding may help keep your fingers and toes from getting as chilly. But while warm digits are nice, the reduced stroke risk associated with higher citrus intake is even nicer.
  18. Dairy consumption is associated with years of advanced ovarian aging, thought to be due to the steroid hormones or endocrine-disrupting chemicals in cow milk.
  19. Remember, it’s not what you eat today that matters, or tomorrow, or next week, but rather what you eat over the next months, years and decades, so you have to find lifestyle changes that fit into your lifestyle.
  20. We should eat real food that grows out of the ground, natural foods that come from fields, not factories. and gardens, not garbage. The same diet that has been shown to prevent. treat, and reverse some of our leading killer diseases just so happens to be the one with the greatest potential for permanent weight loss.

Source: Dr Michael Greger, How Not To Die