A particular dietary pattern was associated with a lower risk, namely a higher intake of fruits, nuts, tomatoes, dark green leafy vegetables, and cruciferous vegetables and lower intakes of red meat, butter, organ meats, and high-fat dairy products.
What does DGLV stand for?
DGLV stands for Dark Green Leafy Vegetables
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Other vitamin A rich foods include eggs, meat, milk, cheese, cream, liver, kidneys and most dark green leafy vegetables.
6 EAT ADEQUATE AMOUNTS OF DGLV The most potent food in the vegetable arsenal may be dark green leafy vegetables, so potent they deserve their own abbreviation: DGLV.
Available in supplements, lutein is also found in dark green leafy vegetables, egg yolks, and red or yellow vegetables and fruits.
Available in supplements, lutein is also found in dark green leafy vegetables, red or yellow vegetables, and fruits.
There are alternative sources of calcium if you need to avoid milk, in foods such as dark green leafy vegetables like broccoli and spinach, which do not provide as much calcium as milk, and calcium-fortified breads and cereals.
Dark green leafy vegetables,like kale,calcium fortified drinks,figs and sesame seeds are other good sources.
In addition to dairy, dark green leafy vegetables, calcium-fortified juices, and canned fish with bones, such as sardines, are also good sources of calcium.