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Health Diet

February 28, 2022

The human body requires that kind of food to provide energy for all life procedure and for growth, mend and conservation of cells and tissues. The nutritional needs differ according to age, sex and work. A balanced diet contains different types of foods in such quantity and size that the need for calories minerals, vitamins and other nutrients is adequately met and small stipulation is made for extra nutrients to with stand short duration of leanness. Eating a well balanced diet on a regular basis and stay at your ideal weight are critical factors in maintain your emotional and physical well-being. Person over weight/under weight can lead to certain chronic conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease.

Fluid in take in the form of water based drinks is also necessary for good health. Water is necessary for the correct performance of the kidneys and bowels. At least 6-8 glasses of plain water should be drunk each day, more in hot weather.

Low fat diet and weight loss or weight preservation

If you want to lose your weight, you need to eat less calories per day than you have been eating and you want to do more exercise. In general, foods high in fat contain a lot of calories. However, there are other foods that contain a lot of calories. In exacting sweets and sugar do not hold fat, but are high in calories. Therefore, in addition to a low down fat diet, you also have to watch out for other types of foods such as sweets and sugary foods.

There is a divide booklet called “Healthy Eating”' for a more general overview of food and health, and a booklet called “Weight Reduction - How to Lose Weigh”' which gives recommendation if you are preparation to lose weight.

There are much more about fats

Not all fats is bad! Although all fats are in high calories, we need some fat in our diet, and some types of fat are in fact good for our health. The different types of fat include the following.

Soaked fats

These are mainly found in the harder fats such as the fat on meat, lard, and the fat in dairy products such as butter, full cream milk, and so on. There are also fats called 'Trans Fats' (Hydrogenated Vegetable Oils). These types of oils which come from vegetables but have been processed to make them hard and like to soaked fats. They are often used in process foods, and in commercially made cakes, biscuits and pastries. We should try to limit our intake of saturated fats and Trans Fats as they add to weight gain and a raised cholesterol level.