Considering there are many complications of critical illness that can occur in obese people, it is necessary to prevent obesity. There are several ways that can be done to prevent obesity. Stop eating before feeling full. The habit of stop eating before full is also very good for the body. The body can get a… Continue reading Natural and Effective Way to Prevent and Avoid Obesity
Often people with diabetes avoid fruit because their fear of sugar present in fruits can boost their blood sugar levels. But that is not true. Most fruits, especially fruits rich in fiber, are useful for reducing blood sugar levels, one of which is an apple. Apples contain 95 calories, 25 grams of carbohydrate and 14%… Continue reading Apples – Good Fruit for Diabetes Care
Obesity is a condition where excess body fat accumulates, so that a person’s body weight above normal. Fat accumulation is not only directed to the amount of fat deposited, but also to the location of body fat accumulation. The pattern of spread of body fat in men and women tend to be different. Women tend… Continue reading Obesity Leads To Heart Disease
Hypertension is another name for high blood pressure. Hypertension can cause severe complications and increase the risk of heart disease, stroke, and death. Hypertension and heart disease are global health problems. The World Health Organization (WHO) says that the rapid growth of the processed food industry has affected the amount of salt intake of people… Continue reading Healthy Lifestyle To Reduce The Risk of Hypertension
One of the symptoms of hypertension that is often felt by the sufferer is a headache. Headaches are usually synonymous with high blood pressure. According to research, people who have high blood pressure usually do feel headaches that are more severe or more frequent than people with normal blood pressure. But the fact is, headache… Continue reading Hypertension and Headache
In addition to maintaining a healthy diet with balanced nutrition, a way to increase endurance is to live a healthy lifestyle. This is because an unhealthy lifestyle can interfere with various bodily processes and functions, including the immune system, so you are more susceptible to disease.