Yellow food is a source of strength and youth

Yellow food is a source of strength and youth
There are many reasons for the food on the table to be varied. Plants contain pigments and a number of ingredients that give them smell and taste, effectively fight against bacteria and contain ingredients to fight against many diseases.
Yellow fruits and vegetables (bananas, lemons, peaches, etc.) provide energy due to the carbohydrates they contain. It protects us from aging because it has an antioxidant effect. Beta carotene is responsible for this because the body converts it into vitamin A. Yellow vegetables and fruits are recommended for quick recovery of energy if a person is tired, exhausted, after physical activity or during warmer days. An important effect is also visible on the skin, because yellow vegetables maintain the elasticity and freshness of the skin.

  1. Lemon – it is rich in vitamin C (which protects against colds) like other citrus fruits. It also contains citric acid, while the energy value is only 10 calories in 100 grams of lemon.
  2. Peaches – contain 90% water. There are 27 calories in 100 grams of peaches. They contain a lot of vitamins A and C (especially in the peach peel). Peaches are therefore best eaten with the peel but well washed.
  3. Pineapple – pineapple contains water, sugars, vitamins A and C, minerals (calcium potassium, phosphorus and iron). There are 40 calories in 100 grams of pineapple. Pineapple contains the enzyme bromelain (which stimulates digestion by stimulating the production of juices in the stomach).
  4. Potatoes – potatoes are easily digestible and contain no fat. It is an important source of vitamin C, as well as all B group vitamins. If potatoes are cooked with the skin on, all the vitamins are preserved. It also contains minerals (including potassium), so potatoes are therefore good for lowering blood pressure. There are 80 calories in 100 grams of potatoes, so you should pay attention to the intake of potatoes during dietary regimes.
  5. Bananas – there are 65 calories in 100 grams of bananas, as well as potassium and phosphorus (which the body uses to restore mineral salts lost during physical activities). Bananas are an excellent source of magnesium, vitamin C and B6. Bananas contain more or less sugar depending on their ripeness. Always prefer to take a ripe banana for easier digestion and better utilization of the fruit.


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