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Diabetes can be described as a cluster of metabolic ailments in which an individual depicts high blood glucose due to inadequate insulin production or failure by body cells to respond accordingly to insulin. According to Bangle (2006), Patients suffering from diabetes are advised to eat foods with low carbohydrates levels and minimal calorie. In addition, the patients should engage numerous physical exercises to enhance weight loss, especially for the people with overweight. In addition, eating foods rich in fiber and those containing whole grains is an important prevention and management strategy for diabetes. In essence, losing weight and maintaining it at the recommended level ensures efficient insulin intake in the body and thereby reducing the incidences of suffering from diabetes.
Hypertension is a chronic health disorder which entails blood pressure in the arteries being raised beyond the normal level. One can suffer from hypertension/ high blood pressure for many years without showing any notable symptoms. However, the disease can be easily recognized and treated once assessed by medical professionals. Doctors and the entire body of health professionals have comprehensively researched on the disease and devised various nutritional guidelines to quell the situation. These guidelines include avoidance of too much sodium salt. In fact, research has shown that less sodium intake facilitates efficient hypertension control. However, nutrients such as magnesium and fiber are preferred for blood pleasure control. Nadar & Lip (2009) states that, it is important to take enough fruits and vegetables since they are rich in magnesium and fiber.
Gout is an ailment associated with unusual metabolism of uric acid in the body. People suffering from gout either have excessive production of uric acid or their body mechanisms have challenges in removing it. The dietary guideline for gout provides that it is important to ensure low-purine
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A growing interest in the study of the relationship between the two variables is because cancer remains one of the leading killer diseases in the world with studies pointing to lifestyle as a major factor. Studies by Kay et al (2009), Kushi et al (2012), and McEvoy, Temple, and Woodside, (2012) focused on the risk of cancer on groups and individuals with regard to dietary patterns.
It is essential for people to understand the right foods and drinks they should take to remain healthy and physically strong. It is also essential because it reduces the risk of diseases. This means that people should be cautious of the food and drinks they take in order to remain healthy.
Behavioral genetic methodologies can answer questions about why some children develop diabetes or why some individuals are more prone to heart attacks or high blood pressure, but the approach is less relevant to questions regarding group differences, such as why women on average live longer than men.
The electronic technologies have engaged the whole nation as a result their calorie burning activities has been reduced to almost 50%. Now day's children don't prefer to go to schools by cycles or by walking rather they prefer motored transport just because they want to save time and secondly they are not used to it from their early ages.
A baseline was established in 2001, and the participants were then monitored for diet, oral health, and dementia. Teeth were counted, as well as denture use. Frequencies of the consumption of meat, fish, and fruit were ascertained. Dementia was diagnosed as per the DSM-IV, and Alzheimer's Disease was diagnosed using the criteria from NINCDS-ADRDA.
intake1, including the type and quantity, calories analysis, estimation of protein, fat and other important nutrients like vitamins and minerals and comparing with standard references for respective age, sex and physiological condition like pregnancy, lactation and
This is due to the fast paced lifestyle and lack of interest as well as time to manage their food habits. Thus there is an increasing tendency to eat what one gets and move on. This has resulted in a marked rise of diseases such as diabetes and various other
Malnourished pregnant women, for instance, are more likely to die during childbirth or give birth to malnourished infants who eventually die (127).
The main problem now is that even when nutrition is closely linked with