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American experts: legumes should be included in the diet of diabetics

experts from the United States believe that different types of beans should be included in the diet of people suffering from diabetes .

According to experts, legumes are the best product for diabetics, as this food can control blood sugar levels and help get rid of extra pounds. It can be beans in dried, canned form, but without excess salt and fat.

Scientists have repeatedly reported that with diabetes mellitus, physical activity and proper nutrition are very important in order to control glucose and cholesterol levels, as well as blood pressure.

Beans of all varieties have a low glycemic index, fiber, nutrients , minerals and vitamins, including magnesium and potassium.

Beans can compete with meat in terms of protein content. In addition, unlike meat, legumes do not contain saturated fats, which is very important for health. Those who want to lose weight should include these products in their diet.

Experts from the American Diabetes Association cited an example study that showed that the presence of beans, chickpeas and lentils in the diet helped normalize blood glucose levels in people with diabetes and lower blood pressure, cholesterol and triglycerides (fats in the blood).

ENJOYING GREAT HEALTH

An annual physical checkup is practical for people of all ages, especially those above 50 years of age, to check in with their doctor and make sure all the body’s main functions are working like it’s supposed to. Being healthy involves a lot of factors but the payoff is absolutely worth it. Maintaining good health can decrease your risk of developing diseases and slowing down genetic conditions such as heart disease, some cancers etc.

Here are some things you can do to maintain your and your family’s health and ensure things are positive in your annual checkups:

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While picking up happy meals seems so convenient and quick, it’s serving you nutrition out of it. Not only does your eating habits affect your physical health but also your mood. Eating a balanced diet or a rainbow plate even with fruits, vegetables, protein and healthy fats can lower your cholesterol, keep heart disease at bay and also keep your body active and strong. It’s not a stretch to say that eating well can give you more energy to do more tasks thus keeping you happy.

And little piece of cheesecake every now and then is also fine! There is no need to be extreme with your diet unless you’re training to be an Olympic athlete. Eating healthy can require a bit more planning, it is the most important way to be healthy.DISPOSABLE INOME EARN MORE

Get regular exercise

Everyone knows that exercise is important to keep your body healthy and here’s how we can prove it:
– Exercise increases blood flow, makes your heart stronger which lowers your risk of heart diseases, diabetes, some kind of cancers etc.
– Exercise releases good hormones that improves your mood, reduces stress and helps manage depression.
– Regular exercise prevents injuries from happening by slowing the loss of bone density and increase muscle mass
– Routine exercise can make you feel better and keep your weight under control.

Scientists recommend 30 to 60 minutes about 3 times a week to be optimal.

Protect your skin

Too much of the sun is not just a cause of a tan but also downright harmful. Too much exposure to the sun is linked to skin cancer, skin aging, cataracts and immune problems. So be sure to apply a minimum of SPF 30 sunscreen 30 mins before you venture out and wear protective clothing if it is too hot outside.

Take Time to Relax

Stress is a silent but deadly killer. Anything from work, family problems, financial difficulties, and social media to listening to bad news on the TV can trigger stress. It can incite frequent colds, inability to sleep, poor concentration, learning problems, anxiety, depression, driving recklessly, and showing aggression. Relax in any form that works for you such as walking, reading, exercising, meditation, taking vacations etc. Since work is such an influencer in our lives, maintaining a work-life balance can increase personal satisfaction and reduce your stress levels.

Drink Water

This tip is so basic that it is very easy to forget to drink enough water. A human requires at least twelve, 8-ounce glasses of water per day. Your body requires water to function, alleviate aches and pains, improve energy, and flush out toxins. To drink water regularly, keep a bottle of water with you at your desk, add fruit pieces to make it tastier or use hydration apps to remind you.

Limit your alcohol intake

If you consume alcoholic, the Dietary Guidelines for Americans suggest one drink per day for women and no more than two drinks per day for men. Excessive or binge drinking can cause liver damage, some cancers, such as throat, liver, or pancreas Continue reading “ENJOYING GREAT HEALTH”