Healthy Life style Tips

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1.Variety of Foods

For healthy life, we need nutrients, and no single food can supply all the nutrients. Different food have different nutrient. Almond is rich with B17. Lacking of this can lead to cancer. Red meat contains essential nutrients including protein, zinc and vitamin B12

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2. Base your diet on food rich in carbohydrates

In our diet about half of the calories comes from food rich in carbohydrates, such as rice, potatoes, cereal and bread etc.

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3. Fats Intake

Fats are important for good health and in proper functioning of the body. However too much of it can negatively affect our weight. Unsaturated fats are found in salmon, avocados, olive, walnuts and vegetable oils like soyabean, corn, canola and olive oil.

Saturated fats are found in meat and other animal products, such as butter and cheese.

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4. Fruits and Vegetables

Fruits and vegetables are among the most important foods for giving us enough vitamins, minerals and fiber. Fruit and vegetables are a good source of vitamins and minerals, including folate, vitamin C and potassium. They’re an excellent source of dietary fibre, which can help to maintain you healthy and prevent constipation and other digestion problems. A diet high in fibre can also reduce your risk of cancer.

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5. Salt and Sugar

Salt intake can result in high blood pressure, and increase the risk of heart disease. There are different ways to reduce salt in the diet:While shopping choose products with lower sodium content.

Sugar provides sweetness and an attractive taste and are rich in energy. Eating too much added sugar can have many negative effects. An excess of sweetened foods can lead to weight gain, blood sugar problems and an increased risk of heart disease, among other dangerous conditions.

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6. Drink appropriate amount of Fluid

You need to drink proper amount of fluids to stop you getting dehydrated. The government recommends drinking 6 to 8 glasses every day. This is in addition to the fluid you get from the food you  eat. Adults need to drink at least 1.5 liters of fluid a day. Our body is composed of about 60% water. The functions of these fluids include digestion, absorption, circulation, creation of saliva, transportation of nutrients, and maintenance of body temperature

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7. Healthy Weight

Excess weight may lead to heart disease and diabetes. Creating and following plans for healthy eating and physical activity may help you improve your health. Physical activity helps us spend the energy, and makes us feel good. If we are gaining weight, we need to eat less and be more active.

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8. Physical Exercise

Physical activity is important for people of all weight ranges and health conditions. It helps us to burn the extra calories. It is good for the heart and circulatory system and it increases our muscle mass. We don’t have to be top athletes to get on the move! 150 minutes per week of moderate physical activity is necessary, and it can easily become part of our daily routine.

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9. Early to Bed early to Rise

Early to rise Helps you better deal with negativity.  Enhances your chances of success. Morning people are more persistent, cooperative, agreeable and proactive . Sleep keeps you healthy and reduces stress and makes you happier. One very significant benefit of waking up early is reduced stress level. When you rise early, it eliminates the need to rush in the morning. You can then start your day full of energy and such positivity often stays with you throughout the day. Early risers often go to bed early.

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