Swimming is a great way to improve your health, but combined with a healthy diet, it can truly do wonders, specifically incorporating fruits and vegetables into your meals. When it comes to including these into your diet, think color! Green and red specifically. Colorful fruits and veggies, according to www.swimming.org
, contain slower burning calories rich in vitamins and minerals, which boost your immune system, maintain your digestive and respiratory systems and improve your circulation. They also contain a greater range of nutrients and antioxidants.
Just in case you can’t think of some foods to get started with, choose a few of these to get going: lettuce, cucumbers, beans, sprouts, broccoli, red peppers, red cabbage, red leaf salad leaves, etc.