The trick to having a healthy body and mind is to start early, which makes it important to start teaching good nutrition habits to children when they are young. Children that start eating at a young age will have good skin, stronger bones, a stronger immune system, better teeth, and overall will develop stronger and healthier . . . → Read More: Healthy eating habits should be developed as young as possible
Christmas-time or indeed any big family gathering where a lot of food is consumed, not only hits your pocket it can hit your waistline too. It is a fact that some people can gain up to half a stone over a festive period such as Christmas. This can, obviously, be detrimental to your health.
It is worth . . . → Read More: The healthy Christmas dinner
Eating healthily doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to spend a lot more money on your grocery shopping. In the UK, supermarkets are discounting certain fruit and vegetables every week and this is a great opportunity to pick up healthy food at lower prices. Carrots, potatoes, and onions are often discounted and these vegetables can be . . . → Read More: Healthy eating needn’t mean expensive eating
A balanced diet is the key to healthy eating. For this you need to eat the right amount of fresh fruit and vegetables and provide your body with fibre, protein and starch. Consumption of sugar, salt and fat should be kept to a minimum. The Food Standards Agency have produced a chart which shows us the . . . → Read More: Healthy eating means a balance of all the food groups
When someone used to go to the doctor and receive a diagnosis of high blood pressure, they would be given the advice to increase their fitness and eat a healthier diet. Modern medicine has meant that high blood pressure is much easier to treat with a regime of pills.
However, those who suffer from the condition will . . . → Read More: Healthy eating and exercise for good health