We all want to be fit, don’t we? But unfortunately, with the lifestyle we’re practicing nowadays, it becomes more and more challenging to stay fit and healthy. One of the most important means of living a healthy life is taking care of ourselves. In today’s case, a lot of people ARE underestimating the power of eating fresh, nutritious fruits and vegetables when it comes to health. Researchers suggest that a healthy diet with regular exercise can actually prevent diseases like cancer, cardiovascular disease, and mental disorders. It is for these reasons that Italian food and lifestyle should be considered. 

 

Learning from Italian Food and Lifestyle

If you want to see a great number of people who are fit, then come to Italy. Mind you, there’s even a popular line to describe them— “Italians don’t get fat.” And the secret lies on their lifestyle. Italians are used to eating fresh and genuine foods.

Even when you come to other countries’ eateries offering authentic food from Italy like Ricciotti Italian restaurant in Singapore, you will notice that Italian cuisines seldom include non-nutritious ingredients. The most common components of Italian foods are:

  1. Tomato – Tomato is an amazing source of vitamin C and lycopene, an antioxidant that improves heart health. It could also provide protection against prostate cancer. Lycopene is more available to our bodies when tomatoes are cooked and oil gets added.
  2. Olive oil – Olive oil help lower “bad” LDL cholesterol, especially if it is used to replace saturated fat. In addition, it has has inflammation-soothing phytonutrients. However, these can degrade when said oil has been exposed to light and air, or cooked over high heat. That being said, it is much advisable to buy olive oil in metal containers over glass (or just store in the cabinet) and use it over lower heats.
  3. Red Wine Red wine is healthy in many ways. It has said to lower cholesterol levels, control blood sugar and protect the heart. It also has Resveratrol which was demonstrated to help sharpen memory. Other benefits include fighting off a cold, stopping cancer, getting slim, and jazzing up dinner.
  4. Garlic – Pungent garlic is a staple of Italy, and it’s linked to heart health and a reduced risk of particular cancers. More than those, it is also thought to be an anti-fungal (and antibacterial) agent.

About the author

Ariel Baradarian

Ariel Baradarian, CCH is the holistic certified homeopathic practitioner of Immedicenter, a medical primary care/urgent care clinic located in Clifton, NJ He works with the patients in the clinics alongside his own growing, global private practice clientele. Ariel also provides homeopathic treatment at another office in Teaneck, NJ and also offer telehealth homeopathic sessions globally.

He is also a natural health blogger and chief editor of naturalholistichomeopathic.com, which is dedicated to helping others heal on all levels using various types of natural healing, including homeopathy. ​He is also a contributor to various other health blogs and magazines as well as the NY Producer for the Vibrant Living Network.

To learn more about Ariel and his practice or to schedule an appointment, call/text Ariel directly at (646) 596-1884 or via email at refuahhomeopathy@gmail.com

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