list of go, grow and glow foods?Note:
go - rice, pasta, bread, fruit, potatoes and starchy vegies
grow - anything with protein (for muscle development) eg milk, tofu, chicken, nuts, cheese etc
glow- spinach, bok choy stuff like that! Auto answered|Score .6Note:
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Go, Grow and Go foods are a list of foods that are supposed to accomplish certain things for the body. Go foods provide energy for activities, the ability to "go" and they include foods rich in carbohydrates. [ Grow foods enhance growth development, the "growth" in the human body and consist of foods high in protein. Glow foods are those foods which culminate in healthy, "glowing" skin and hair, which are foods rich in vitamins and minerals.Go foods are high in carbohydrates and include the following: bagels, breads (white or whole wheat), rice (white or brown), wheat bran, muesli, buckwheat, barley, corn, shredded wheat, oatmeal, spaghetti (or any other kind of pasta), muffins, crackers, pastries, pizza, porridge, doughnuts, cake, chapati, bran, and popcorn. Other high energy foods include avocados, almonds, raisins, figs, dates, currants, sultanas, walnuts, flaxseeds, water, sunflower seeds, and potatoes. Of course other desserts are also high in carbohydrates as well, though the key is to consume the healthiest high carbohydrate, high energy foods, which include whole grains.Grow foods are high in protein and include the following: beans, dairy, and meat. In the beans category, black beans, garbanzo beans (also known as chickpeas), kidney beans, lentil beans, lima beans, navy beans, soybeans (also known as edamame) and tofu are especially high in protein. High protein dairy products include cheddar cheese, cottage cheese, milk, muenster cheese, Swiss cheese, yogurt and sour cream. For high protein meats there are eggs, anchovies, halibut, mackerel, salmon, sardines, tuna, chicken, turkey, pork, beef, veal and lamb.Glow foods are rich in vitamins and include fruits and vegetables: cantaloupes, grapefruit, guava, mango, papaya, banana, grapes, pomegranate, peaches, nectarines, raspberries, strawberries, tomatoes, watermelon, broccoli, Brussels sprout, squash, carrots, cabbage, kale, leeks, peas, spinach and green beans. Dark green and leafy vegetables are especially high in vitamins. Sources of Vitamin D are also important.
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