Today’s meal doesn’t have a particular name. It’s made with a combination of rice and a lot of other vegetables. While being easily made, yet tasty and delicious. Continue reading to find out the reason why…
This lunch idea includes rice, green beans, mushroom, carrots, and parsley. So, let’s see what their benefits are for your health.
Benefits of Carrots
To read about the benefits of carrots follow this link:
Benefits of Mushrooms
If you want to know why mushrooms are good for you, read this article:
Benefits of Parsley
To find out more about the benefits of parsley, click this link:
Benefits of Rice
Today, rice can be found in everybody’s kitchen, but it originally was a traditional Japanese meal. Find out why the rice is important by following this link:
Benefits of Green Beans
Green Beans provide many health benefits. Here is a list of the health benefits:
- Pre-natal care;
- They help treat gastrointestinal issues;
- Improve bone health;
- Good for your eyes;
- They boost immunity;
- Help with controlling diabetes;
- Prevent colon cancer;
- As well as, helping to reduce heart diseases.
Due to the high amount of flavonoids, green beans help reduce the risk of heart diseases. Flavonoids are a type of antioxidants called polyphenolic antioxidants. In addition, flavonoid antioxidants have certain anti-inflammatory properties. Also, in a study, participants with high flavonoid levels experienced anti-thrombotic results. As a result, preventing blood clots in the arteries and veins. Consequently, heart diseases are caused by thrombotic activity, which means if you eat a lot of green beans you can prevent most of the heart diseases.
There are pre-cancerous polyps that commonly lead to colon cancer for which studies have shown that green beans can be beneficial in preventing them. Also, there is some new evidence that by increasing the number of green beans you eat, you reduce the risk of cancerous adenoma appearing again as well as colorectal cancer. Furthermore, another benefit of green beans is that heir high fiber content can also positively impact your digestive system. Also, many types of fiber ease the digestive process and promote bowel movements, and thus decreasing the stress on the intestinal tract.