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Arthritis Diet and Exercises


Hey there, welcome to Life Noggin. Kale? No, thank you. Bananas? Hard pass. It’s fine to not like some foods. As a little kid, you probably pouted about
eating the healthy things on your plate. Now that you’ve grown up, you’ve hopefully
gotten over your hatred of things like this giant salad monster. but what if you never ate fruits or vegetables? Fruits and veggies are full of many vitamins,
minerals and nutrients but for the sake of time, we’re going to focus on some main
ones, Vitamins A, B6, and C, Folic Acid (or Folate), Potassium, Magnesium and antioxidants
all found in produce. What would happen to your body if you cut
all those out and became deficient? Let’s go from the top down, starting at
your head. Your hair would be dry and frayed. Your
eyesight may get worse and you could even lose your nighttime vision! Vitamin C deficiency can cause your gums to
turn purple and you may lose some teeth. This deficiency can also prevent wounds from
healing properly so you’d likely have scabs and scars covering your body. Mentally, depression, confusion and irritability
can all surface when you’re deficient in vitamin B6 and/or folic acid. Moving down the body, a lack of potassium
can lead to various heart problems, like an irregular heartbeat, and your cardiovascular
system isn’t the only one struggling without fruits and veggies. The gastrointestinal tract that helps you
digest food would be going haywire as well. We’re talkin’ nausea, vomiting, diarrhea. Pretty much the opposite of a good day. Your immune system would be pretty shot due
to the lack of vitamins A, B6, and C, as well as Magnesium. So you’d likely get sick a lot. Your nervous system would also struggle, possibly
leading to neurodegenerative diseases, which really don’t sound great. You’d experience muscle spasms due to a
lack of potassium and magnesium. So prepare for a lot of 3am Charlie Horses! That’s actually just my horse named Charlie. He always wakes me up at 3am. And if you’re cutting out fruits and veg,
the last thing you need is someone else disrupting your sleep. Seriously Charlie, can you just get out of here for a second? Various vitamins and minerals help with energy
production, so if you lose those, you’d be preeeetty tired all the time. Many fresh fruits and vegetables contain antioxidant
phytochemicals that are believed to be anti-cancer, anti-aging and anti… well, a lot of other
diseases. So, without these antioxidants, you could
look older and be at a higher risk of getting cancer and other various conditions. Sooo, yeah. None of this sounds fun. All these symptoms would happen at different
paces for different people, depending on how else they receive these nutrients in the rest
of their diet. Some things, like vitamin C deficiency, can
do some serious damage in just one month. If you’re thinking you could just make up
for all these deficiencies with vitamins and supplements, it’s not that easy. While supplements may provide you with similar
vitamins and minerals to those found in produce, they leave out things like fiber, flavonoids,
antioxidants, and phytochemicals that all work together in fruits and vegetables to make them
so healthy. And while it may surprise you, the effectiveness
of vitamins, in general, is actually quite debated in the scientific community. One thing that’s not debated, whether or
not fruits and vegetables are good for you. Seriously, just eat them. Don’t end up like Triangle Bob over here. I have to pay someone to shove broccoli in his mouth every day. it’s very sad. Do you have a favorite fruit or vegetable? Do you actually eat them? Let us know in the comment section below or tell us, what should we talk about next? If you enjoyed this video then make sure you check out the video we did on what would happen if you never stopped eating. one recent study found a significant between added sugar consumption and a increased risk of dying from cardiovascular disease when observing participants for over 14 years. as always, my name is blocko.
This has been life noggin.
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