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A colourful diet brings variety to the kitchen. You can support your own health by cooking different coloured vegetables. Many people like to grab yellow peppers, purple aubergines or red tomatoes in the supermarket — but green vegetables can also be regularly added to the shopping basket. Besides green vegetables, such as broccoli and courgette, dark green leafy vegetables are particularly healthy. Lettuce, kale, spinach and other green vegetables are full of nutrients. To get your daily portion of vitamins, antioxidants, fibre and iron, green vegetables can be the ideal choice.1
The rich colour ranges from light green as in grapes to dark leafy greens — but where does the colour come from? In contrast to many other colourful foods, the rich colour of vegetables doesn’t come from artificial dyes — it occurs naturally through secondary plant phytochemicals. As well as colour, these phytochemicals are also responsible for the taste and smell of fruit and vegetables.
Green vegetables usually get their colouring via chlorophyll — a pigment belonging to the group of antioxidants. The natural power of antioxidants can support the immune system and health.2 Health-promoting effects are also attributed to chlorophyll.3
Green vegetables are particularly rich in chlorophyll3 including:
Because green vegetables are full of nutrients, a green diet can help us cope with health problems. Green foods are suppliers of fibre, numerous vitamins and other micronutrients such as calcium, magnesium and iron.
In the past, the effects of green vegetables on our bodies have often been part of scientific studies. For example, a study by the American Academy of Neurology found that eating green leafy vegetables rich in vitamin K, carotenoids, nitrates, and folate can slow down cognitive loss in old age.9 According to a study by the Harvard School of Public Health and the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, MA, green leafy vegetables are also most clearly associated with a lower risk of cardiovascular disease and chronic diseases among all the vegetables and fruits tested.10
Take a moment to think about your diet over the past few weeks. Have you consumed a healthy amount of green fruits and vegetables? If so, keep up the good work! Because you are probably laying a good foundation for a strong immune system.11 If your diet becomes focused on green vegetables, continue to make your meals balanced.
If green vegetables have not necessarily been part of your diet, we would like to encourage you to give green nutrition another chance. You can find many recipes online that make it easy to integrate green vegetables into your everyday life. Dive in and add a new and above all healthy flourish to your cooking.
Why only eat green vegetables when you can drink them, too? There are many vitamins in natural green smoothies. Mixed with sweet fruit, new flavours can emerge. New recipes for green or colourful smoothies always brighten our day. Submit a recipe.
Fresh herbs not only smell amazing, they’re also a great addition to almost any dish. Pasta, pizza or salad — green herbs such as cress, basil and chives add the finishing touches to your culinary creations.
Spinach, kale, or savoy cabbage — dark leafy greens are all great as side dishes, and can be easily added to a wide range of potato or meat dishes. Have a go and mix green vegetables with dishes you like to prepare.
Green vegetables aren’t the only staple of a healthy diet — let’s not forget about green fruits, either. Have you ever cooked with fruit? Whether you want to refine a salad or add a tasty ingredient to a meat dish, green vegetables and green fruit can be easily integrated into the menu.
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