Have you ever wondered whether nutrition and health are related? Do you think eating healthy is important? Of course! Like a car needs fuel and maintenance to continue to function properly, the human body requires food, exercise, and right mental attitude, to stay healthy and develop their potential. Hence the importance of good food. There is a need for a balanced intake of nutrients to our body, which is often referred to as good nutrition. Healthy diet remains essential for the development of life and various daily activities.

What is a good nutrition?
Proper nutrition means that your body gets all the nutrients, vitamins and minerals needed to work properly. To do this, you must learn to intelligently plan meals and snacks that are rich in nutrients and low in calories.

The need for proper nutrition is often linked to athletes because they tend to take balanced diets to supplement their physical activities while on the other hand dietary imbalances tend to relate more to a sedentary lifestyle and lack of physical exercise.

Bad eating habits have contributed to the increase in obesity in the world. More than 1.9 billion adults in 2014 are overweight according to WHO. Of these, more than 600 million were obese. Even those with a healthy weight, a poor diet is associated with increased health risks that can cause illness and even death.

Your decisions about what you eat affects your health and how you feel today, tomorrow and in the future

A balanced diet brings many benefits.

Many people think that eating healthily can only help reduce or maintain weight, but the benefits go beyond.

Properly balancing your daily meals is necessary because:

  • It gives vitality and energy required for life.
  • It helps maintain a healthy weight, according to age and height.
  • It stimulates the immune system.
  • Improving sports performance and in general, any activity you conduct.
  • Slows the aging process.
  • It allows you to be active and fit during old age.
  • Helps fight tiredness and fatigue.
  • Protects maintains healthy teeth and gums.
  • Improves the ability to concentrate and control possible mood swings.
  • Reduce the risk of serious illnesses such as heart attacks, certain cancers, diabetes in middle age and gallbladder disease, among others.

Learn more about healthy living by following this site as we embark on a journey to discover the best diet, exercise, and lifestyle. We would like to hear from you as well so send us a message if you have questions or suggestions.

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