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Be Bold And Sweeten Your Life And Diet

By Tom Herrin

As warmer temperatures come around each year, many people start another round of resolutions.  Having already messed up some of the ones they made back around the start of the new year, they feel somewhat daring in beginning something new.  Adding a thing or two to their diets may actually be a simple way to make it a little healthier while adding more flavor at the same time. One of the foods that seem to be really abundant in Texas in the warmer months is peaches.  They can be seen on the shelves of the grocery store in all kinds of varieties and at a pretty reasonable price. Strategically inserting them into our diets is easy. It also may make us popular with family members.

Peaches Can Supply Fiber and Water

Most people know just how juicy peaches can be.  Simply biting into them can be pretty messy. They are also a really good source of fiber.  The combination of fiber and water is great for the digestion. Many people suffer from bowel and digestive issues.  Adding peaches to the diet may help to resolve those problems in a short period of time. This combination can help people to feel fuller longer, making peaches a good food for those trying to improve their weight management.  An average peach has only 68 calories, so they can be a good snack.

They Contain Plenty of Nutrients

There is no doubt about the ability of peaches to supply things that are important to good health.  They have sizable amounts of Vitamins A and C and lesser amounts of several others. Checking the list of minerals that peaches can provide reads almost like a daily vitamin list of ingredients.  People can cover a lot of ground at one time by eating peaches.

They Are Good Anytime

A lot of people eat peaches with their meals, either sliced or in a fruit salad.  They have always been a popular choice at breakfast. They are good with cream, cottage cheese, or in cereal.  As a personal bias, I think they are great with ice cream. Most of us have had homemade peach ice cream. Having them in ice cream is another way to add an additional sweet flavor to the treat while keeping the fat and calories at a lower level.  Add a few to your diet. Your health and family will likely thank you.

To learn more about your health, wellness, and fitness, see your local chiropractor at The Joint Chiropractic in Sugar Land, Tex.


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