Vegetables are the Key to Healthy Diet, New Study Finds

Wednesday, August 17, 2016 Diet & Nutrition News
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Dr. Pankaj Naram and The Journal of the American Medical Association Dietary Research

NEW YORK, Aug. 17, 2016 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- A new study published in JAMA notes that Americans are eating less

fruits and vegetables than they should. What millions of mothers have told their children for hundreds of years, "Eat more vegetables and fruit," turns out to be resoundingly true, according to the study.

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Master Healer Dr Pankaj Naram is an international authority who treats people from all walks of life. That allows him to help many patients who otherwise would not be able to receive treatment due to cost or local access to healthcare. Dr. Pankaj Naram has worked with famous people as well as the very poor.

Master Healer Dr. Pankaj Naram highlights the JAMA study for informational purposes because he believes that it is important for individuals to learn as much as possible about the state of their overall health. When it comes to a long and vital life, knowledge is power; and information about health trends, good eating, how to avoid disease, and how to stay fit are all part of a solid arsenal for living a rewarding life.

Dr Pankaj Naram has the additional help of knowing from his masters the secrets to living to more than 100+ years with vibrant health, and one of them is eating lots of green leafy vegetables. "My master lived up to 125 years, and his master lived to 145 years. What secrets did they know about what to eat and what not to eat? Many of them are recorded in the ancient scriptures that have now been passed on to me."

The JAMA study noted that from 1999 onward, for a period of about 13 years, Americans managed to cut down on the amount of sugary drinks they consumed and also reduced their intake of whole grains. But, the negative side of the data is that U.S. consumers did not increase the amount of fruits and vegetables they ate.

In fact, according to the study's authors, even when Americans eat vegetables, the choices are often the worst kind: fried potatoes and processed ketchup, hardly a healthy snack. One reason health experts recommend fruits and vegetables is because those foods add high-quality nutrients to the diet, help reduce the risk of stroke, cancer and heart disease.

Some health advocates have theorized that consumers eat too much sugar and fat as a result of economic pricing. High-quality proteins and other good-for-you foods tend to come with hefty price tags in many areas of the country.

Dr. Pankaj Naram's work with Mother Teresa, the Dalai Lama and Nelson Mandela is well known, as is his loyalty to the poorest people of India and all over the world who usually have nowhere else to turn when they need help. Master Healer Dr Pankaj Naram is a recognized expert in pulse healing and the use of herbs, diet and lifestyle to help countless chronic and acute health challenges.

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