It’s time to take health and wellness seriously. Let’s not beat around the bush a healthy lifestyle, healthy food. Diabetes is not pleasant to live with, and if you or a family member has it, this could mean a lifetime of daily controls of lifestyle, blood tests, and watching your weight. Some individuals are born with Type I diabetes, but Type II can develop later on in life.   There are, however, certain factors that can place you at higher risk:

Family history of diabetes.

Giving birth to a baby that weighed over 4kg at birth, or if you have gestational diabetes.

High cholesterol.

High blood pressure or heart disease.

Being overweight, especially if you carry most of your weight around your waist.

Being over the age of 35.

THE GOOD NEWS

There is good news, though. Put you and your family in good stead by choosing healthy eating, upping your exercise, quitting smoking, cutting down on alcoholic drink, and keeping your weight in check. Instead of embarking on a New Year’s Resolution make yours a New Life Resolution, because there is nothing more precious to us than good health.

By taking care of your biggest asset (your health), you will reap the rewards for many years to come, eliminating and preventing health challenges such as diabetes, high cholesterol, heart disease, and many age-related conditions. We all know that prevention is better than cure, therefore, making the necessary changes today and not waiting for tomorrow will soon show good results. Simple, healthy lifestyle, healthy food.

 

Diabetes and Eating the Right Stuff:

Knowing how to eat plays a huge role in learning to keep your diabetes in check remember healthy lifestyle, healthy food.

While main meals present less of an issue, (this is, of course, if you eat healthily, cutting back on junk food, take outs, sugary food, etc.) most diabetics battle to find healthy snacks to ensure their sugar levels are kept level. Some healthy snack choices include fruit, Provita’s with peanut butter, whole grain cereals with low-fat milk, a slice of brown or wholegrain bread, a low-fat bran muffin, or a small tub of low-fat yoghurt. Limit your salt intake as this increases blood pressure, and avoid alcohol if you are able to – healthy lifestyle, healthy food.

Food4Four Shows You How to Lead A Healthy Lifestyle:

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Recipes and dishes are handed to you “on a plate” (no pun intended). This means that shopping will be done for you, recipes will be creatively devised for those too exhausted to think creatively, and delivered to your door free of charge. All you have to do is put these delicious, nutritious offerings together for healthy meals to be enjoyed by you and your family. If you are worried about healthy eating, Food4Four has the answer.

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