Ways to Promote Healthy Lifestyle and Prevent Diseases

Our health is by far the most important thing to us. It does not matter whether we are rich or poor, good health is vital to make one’s life happy.

What use would all the riches on earth be, without the health we enjoy each day? However, our good health cannot be last longer if we are not careful about eating correctly.

Nowadays, more and more people are becoming fat and obese. And more people are considered overweight due to their improper eating habit. Overconsumption of sugar and carbohydrate which is associated to unhealthy eating habits also leads people suffer from diabetes and other diseases.

Additionally, there are increasing number of young people suffering diabetes and high cholesterol levels. Many new diseases have evolved causing hundreds and thousands of deaths. Doctors and scientists try very hard to find cure for these fatal diseases. The only way we can prevent ourselves from becoming sick and fat is to adopt proper diet and stick to it.

To maintain good health, we need to eat a balanced diet. The food must contain the different classes of food such as fats, proteins, vitamins and minerals together with fiber. We should consume more vegetables, fruits and whole grains. Include whole grains such as oatmeal, wholewheat bread and brown rice as they are good sources of carbohydrate. An apple a day keeps the doctor away. As such, one should take three servings of fruit and vegetables with vitamin supplements and fibers to ensure we stay healthy. Besides, the intake of salt, MSG, oil, fat, sugar, carbonated and caffeine drinks must be reduced.

If possible, we should avoid processed and frozen food, meat, junk food such as burgers, fried food and food rich in sugar, salt, coloring and chemical substances. To prevent us from common illness like flu or cough, consume appropriate amount of vitamins and other health herbs daily.

Avoid eating fast-food or instant food. In spite of our hectic schedule and busy lifestyle, try to make an effort to eat regularly. Do not skip meals. A curry puff or a doughnut is not an appropriate replacement for our breakfast, lunch or dinner as it contains little or no nutritional value.

We must also exercise regularly. You can go for a brisk walk or play games or job if you could not afford for gym fees. There is no excuse for laziness if you are serious to maintain good health. The more we exercise, the more oxygen is sent to our brains. Our bodies will feel better and stronger and our immune system will protect us against diseases.

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  1. Sound good advice, my friend.

  2. Very good, very, very good

  3. very good!!!!

  4. Yes, yes, we know all about this – most people know what they should be doing – eating, exercising, not smoking etc. The sticking block isn’t the lack of information, it’s how we encourage more people to do more of this. Attitudes do not predict behaviour – people know what types of behaviour constitute good health. There nonetheless exists a big gap between the translation of this knowledge into good health behaviour.
    A lot of ‘experts’ are still riding this wave of wisdom regarding what good health is, but very few of them are delving much further into how to get people to follow good advice. This is a massive issue when you consider about 75% of the UK are not doing enough physical activity to maintain good health, for example.

  5. Very healthy write Chan. Posting this one at FB, thanks.

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