Eating healthy and sticking with good eating habits can help reduce many health risks as well as prevent other ailments. If you currently do not have healthy eating habits, just by making some changes to your diet can greatly help improve your overall body health and well being.
Eating healthy foods high in fiber can help our bodies’ digestive system work more regularly. High fiber diets aids the body in reducing excess water retention. It can also reduce the likelihood for getting hemorrhoids, which occurs in people that have to strain to make bowel movement because their digestive system is not regular.
Eating healthy foods low in Trans fats and saturated fats can reduce our risks for high blood pressure, high cholesterol and heart disease. Trans fats and saturated fats contain bad cholesterol that attaches itself to the walls of the blood vessels. This bad cholesterol will continue to grow narrowing and constricting the flow of blood. This increases blood pressure and if left untreated can result in heart attack and heart disease.
Eating healthy foods low in sodium can help our bodies from retaining excess water weight. Many foods already have sodium in them, so adding additional sodium is not good for our bodies. While the body needs a certain level of sodium to function correctly, reducing excess amounts can reduce risks for high blood pressure, high cholesterol, heart disease, and even diabetes.
Reducing our consumptions of refined sugars can help the body to lose weight. Processed and refined sugars and digested by the body and while some of the sugar is used to provide energy, most of it is stored as fat. If you are overweight, losing weight is important as obesity can contribute to high blood pressure, high cholesterol, heart disease, diabetes and other health problems.
It is easy to see that by eating healthy foods we can reduce many risks for health problems. Many of these diseases are related and by following a diet that is low in bad fats, low in sodium, low in refined sugars, and high in fiber, we can have healthier bodies.
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