Dr. Wald’s answer: ”Boiled vegetables should certainly be part of a balanced diet, but by virtue of them being boiled, have lost a great deal of their nutritional content. The B-complex vitamins and minerals have been partially boiled out and can be found in the water used to boil the vegetables in (drink that stuff!). Rice and wheat contains a different set of nutrition compared to boiled vegetables (and some nutritional content in common) - so, rice and wheat cannot, in and of themselves, be substituted for with boiled vegetables. Having said this, a person can certainly survive without ever eating rice and wheat foods. From a fiber point of view vegetables (boiled) can substitute for rice and/or wheat containing foods.” Check out Dr. Wald’s nutritional products at: www.blooddetective.com especially Reds Protect, Green’s Detox and Longevity Complete.
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