Due to novel coronavirus pandemic, World Health Day is actually broadcast live 24 hours a day, including presentations on health-related events, workouts and other entertainment events hosted by experts from around the world.
Here are three healthy eating tips from World Health Day ambassadors.1. Treat food like medicine.
After gastroesophageal reflux disease and obesity, I decided to make healthy changes to my diet and exercise to lose weight. This is transformative in many ways, including improving health and promoting weight loss. ----Start thinking of food as medicine.
Your food is not just for weight loss or weight gain. Your food actually determines everything that happens to your body.
We can't think of food as just calories. Everything you put into your body sends signals to your brain and gives you energy. Thus, what you eat will determine whether you have a significant source of energy every day.
What we eat also has a huge impact on our lives and mental health. We need to eat certain foods, one of which is healthy fats and a good source of vitamin D, which is great for relieving stress and stabilizing nervous system.
We need to focus on foods that support our mental health, including foods rich in potassium, magnesium and vitamin B6. Chamomile tea can also help reduce stress and improve sleep. Avoid white sugar or anything with a long shelf life. Whenever you eat, ask yourself, are you feeding disease or fighting it?2. Eat like your life depends on it.
Most people know what health is, but I think question "why" is missing in health today?
Health is cumulative and top ten causes of death worldwide according to World Health Organization (WHO) are heart disease, stroke, breathing problems, diabetes and dementia. But is it really killing us? Or is real cause of death lifestyle that leads to these diseases? Refers to dietary risks, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, sugar consumption, alcohol and smoking. All this is a way of life that we control, and it is in our power to stop it.
Health includes overall exposure. It's more than a physical fitness program, it's more than nutrition, it's more than just taking pills or vitamins, being healthy, being happy, having a sense of purpose, coping with stress, spirituality and having a good family are all world health days. rules.
I want you to eat like your life depends on it, because it does. Eat fresh, local, organic foods whenever possible and cut back on sugar, gluten, and dairy products.3. Listen to your body signals.
Our bodies are like giant computers, constantly sending and responding to various signals. The body is a healing machine that seeks balance in complex "dance" of biology, chemistry and physics. We need to understand and support "dance" if we want real health.
Balance and homeostasis are real health. Life is a constant collision between things causing damage or inflammation, and of course there are things that pick up pieces and help us heal. We feel healthy if we have enough internal resources to quickly clear our internal clutter.
By time most adults are in their 30s or 40s, we run out of "cleaning supplies", leaving fewer resources for treatment. Because body is an amazing healing machine, whenever you have a chronic problem, it means that something is disrupting your natural healing process.
Chronic diseases occur due to a persistent infection or due to a lack of certain "materials", energy in body, which leads to inability to "recovery", such as nutrition or sleep.
You must remember that you and your body work as a team and not against each other, your body sends messages to you throughout day, usually in form of sensations or symptoms, but we are often taught to focus on our work and what what society expects from us.
If we learn to listen to our body's signals early on, we can rebalance faster and avoid unpleasant problems like chronic disease or other ailments later in life.
We can communicate with our bodies by eating nutritious foods, getting enough sleep, exercising, and avoiding exposure to toxins. How healthy choices we make every day interact with our bodies. If you are always aggressive with your body in form of junk food, smoking or alcohol, sooner or later you will get a "response" that you do not like.
It means balancing sleep, exercise, nutrition, stress management and relationships in our lives.