By Anjali Arora
"How fit is your nutrition? are you aware what form of nutrients you will have at your age?
Get acquainted with the meals you devour and know about a balanced diet.
The key to strong food is a different nutrition that comes with the fitting stability. This publication offers precious assistance on how you can plan a nutritious diet, with the correct stability of carbohydrates, fat, proteins, minerals and supplementations.
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Extra resources for 5 Steps to Healthy Nutrition
Soluble Fibres They also help in lowering cholesterol. The theory is that soluble fibres probably bind to the bile acids in the intestine, thus helping in preventing their reabsorption in the body. Soluble fibres also enhance the excretion of cholesterol produced by the liver. Sources Oats, fruits (citrus fruits, apple, pear), vegetables and pulses (lentils, beans, chickpea and peas). A medium carbohydrate diet should be a part of your meal plan. A high carbohydrate diet, in which the calories are above 60% is not recommended.
Eating too much of fat even if it is not of the saturated variety is harmful and can increase your risk for thrombosis (clotting of blood in the arteries). Avoid reheating and reusing of cooking oils. Reheating can oxidise polyunsaturated fat in your cooking fat, resulting in damage to your blood vessels. Nuts are high in fat, the exception being of chestnuts. Nuts having monounsaturated and less of saturated fatty acids are hazelnuts, macadamia nuts and almonds. The next good category of nuts (containing polyunsaturated fatty acids) are walnuts and peanuts.
Absorption and metabolism of nutrients due to alcohol is impaired. Alcohol consumers with unhealthy food habits often gain weight. Hard liquor consumers are often known to suffer from deficiencies of thiamine, calcium, magnesium, zinc and other nutrients. Some Common Signs of Malnutrition Swollen or bleeding gums Dry and scaly skin Pigmentation of hair Spooned nails Painful bones and joints Malnutrition in Children Inadequate intake of protein, (to build muscles and keep the body healthy) calories (for energy), iron (for proper functioning of blood cells), vitamins and minerals are the main causes of malnutrition in children.
5 Steps to Healthy Nutrition by Anjali Arora