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 Today educating people on wellness through prevention has taken centre stage but without taken diet into consideration, we all know that prevention is better than cure and that early detection is the key to combating sickness and disease. Wellness is beyond taking pills every day, but with the right information about how to live a healthy life our wellness will be intact.



It has been observed that plant based diets such as cereal, fruits and vegetables are increasingly being replaced by diets that are richer in added sugars (Carbohydrates) and animal fats. This transition, combined with general trends towards a more inactive lifestyle is an underlying factor in the risk of developing chronic diseases.

Although is generally acceptable that a diet high in fruits and vegetable are recommended for good health, only a small proportion of the world population eat these in sufficient quantity for healthy living.  Employees today are facing much higher levels of stress than ever before. The sad reality is that as fast as levels of stress are increasing, levels of fitness are steadily declining. People in all positions and professions are expected to drive longer commutes, perform more tasks, devote more hours and endure more stress. All of these factors contribute to the decline of overall employee health.


Following a sedentary lifestyle is more dangerous for your health than smoking, says a new study reported in the South China Morning Post, and carried out by the University of Hong Kong and the Department of Health. In the study, researchers looked at the level of physical activity in people who died and were able to correlate their level of physical activity with their risk of dying.

To what extent does diet play a role in chronic disease? Chronic diseases are long term diseases that are not contagious and are largely preventable. They are the most common cause of death in the world and present a great burden for the society particularly diseases like Obesity, Diabetes, Cardiovascular diseases, Cancer, Dental diseases and osteoporosis.

Approved diet structure: - The approved food structure says that we should take more grains which should be 50% of what we consume on a daily basis. Then fruits and vegetables in the right proportion should be taken at 30% on daily basis. Followed by protein and that should be 15% while fats and sugar (animal fats and carbohydrates) should be taking in a small proportion and that should be 5% of what we eat. Now reverse is the case of our diets. We no longer eat accordingly, we take too much of carbohydrates and fats, in which the end result is sugar and over the time can causes diabetes and other chronic diseases.


HOW OUR FOOD CONSUMPTION AFFECTS OUR CELLS

The human body is made up of 37 billion cells which form different body organ such as the Heart, Kidney, and Pancreas etc each of these cells function is to receive nutrients from the food we eat and discharge the waste product. These cells should be fed properly with the right nutrients so that the outer membrane will be permeable to nutrients. The nutrients should be rich with lipid and steroid that are found in whole grain. The cells that support us through our everyday hustling and rigor of making money should be taken care of on a daily basis. We should not always blame the government on every of our predicaments but take charge of our health now. We cannot but do without our diets, because most of us are used to the diets. We can continue to take them but there should be sometime that can bridge the gap, something that can supplement the deficiency in our diet.

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