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Whether you’re looking to lose weight, improve your nutrition or simply adopt a healthier lifestyle, salads can be your best friend.

At Chop Master™ we encourage you to be a part of a new life style. To enjoy a healthy life style with all its benefits. 

Incorporating salads into your diet is very beneficial to anyone’s health. In our generation everyone should strives to be healthier in one-way or another. Eating salads to improve your health is scientifically proven, and thanks to the Chop Master™, it’s easier and faster than ever.

What are the benefits of incorporating salads into your everyday diet?

  • Sharpen your eyesight: 
    Toss together a salad of spinach, romaine and red leaf lettuce: They all contain loads of the carotenoids vitamin A, lutein and zeaxanthin all keys to better eyesight. . Vitamin A helps your eyes adapt from bright light to darkness. Lutein and zeaxanthin can help filter out high-energy light that may cause eye damage from free radicals.
  • Strengthen your muscles: 
    Recent Swedish research found that inorganic nitrate abundant in spinach resulted in muscles using less oxygen. The study, which had healthy participants ride an exercise bike before and after taking a dose of nitrate, found it improved the performance of the mitochondria which power our cells in muscles.
  • Build your bones: 
    Spinach, radicchio and watercress may not immediately come to mind as foods for keeping bones strong, but all contain lots of vitamin K. A study at Tufts University in Boston found that low dietary intake of vitamin K in women was associated with low bone mineral density (The study didn’t find a link in men). Just one cup (250 mL) of chopped watercress has 100 percent of your daily vitamin K; radicchio, 120 percent; and spinach, 170 percent
  • Fight breast cancer: 
    A small study done at the University of Southampton, U.K., showed that phen-ethyl isothiocyanate in watercress disrupts the signals from tumours that cause normal tissues to grow new blood vessels to feed cancer cells. Participants, who had all been treated for breast cancer, ate a cereal-bowl-size portion of watercress. The study showed a key protein in the signalling process was affected. Although more research is needed, the study states: ‘Dietary intake of watercress may be sufficient to modulate this potential anti-cancer pathway.
  • Protect your heart: 
    Whip up a Caesar salad to benefit from romaine’s high levels of two heart-healthy nutrients: Two cups (500 mL) of shredded romaine contain 40 percent of your daily needs of folate and 10 percent of fibre. A study done at Tulane University in New Orleans showed that the higher the level of folate in a person’s diet, the lower the risk of stroke and cardiovascular disease. Soluble fibre has been shown to reduce the level of LDL (low-density lipoprotein) or ‘bad’ cholesterol.
  • Reduce rick of diabetes: 
    Chronic magnesium deficiency has been linked to an increased risk of type 2 diabetes and the development of insulin resistance. Two cups (500 mL) of spinach contain 16 percent of your daily magnesium needs; arugula has six percent.
  • Slim down your waist: 
    Salads are very low in calories, so eating salad in place of many other fatty foods will help you slim down the pounds.
  • Get to sleep easier: 
    Lettuce contains a sleep inducing substance called ‘lectucarium’ which has been used to treat cases of insomnia.
  • High source of fiber: 
    Salads are high in fiber which slows the rate that sugar is absorbed into the blood-stream, makes your intestines move faster, and it speeds up the digestive process.
  • Lower your food cravings: 
    Eating a salad will help reduce cravings for many other fatty foods. Additionally eating a small salad before a meal will help prevent over-eating.
  • Fast and easy: 
    Don’t have time to cook a meal? Or not quite sure what to get on the menu? Choosing a salad is always quick and easy. Anyone can easily make a salad in less than 10 seconds using the Chop Master™.
  • Stay Regular: 
    A high-fiber diet helps you have soft, regular bowel movements, reducing constipation.
  • Protect against diseases: 
    By improving digestive health, eating salads can help protect the body from diseases such as cancer and heart disease.
  • Increased Immune system: 
    Eating salads is a great way to increase your vegetable intake and vegetables contain antioxidants, which help aid in booting the immune system.

Besides the health benefits, salads can be very delicious.

Please check Chop Master’s™ famous recipe book where you can find dozens of delicious salads from around the globe- try them out and you will have new experiences of flavours, textures and combinations you may never knew or dared to imagine. 

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