Introduction – Healthy Diet Lifestyle
Many sicknesses and diseases that young and old people are experiencing today is as a result of poor diet and junks foods. It is apparent these days that diseases we called aging sickness like kidney failure, memory loss and a host of others are now prevalent among the teens and the middle aged. This is because we are fast replacing our rich nutritious diet with junks brought about by advancement in technology.
- Do you know you can live a life free of sickness even at old age if you get your diet right henceforth?
- Do you know you can prevent sicknesses and diseases like heart attack, kidney failure, high blood pressure, obesity, stroke, cancer, diabetes, etc.?
- Do you also know that you can be completely cure from the so called terminal diseases like high blood pressure, diabetes, stroke, cancer?
When you get your diet right, you can live a life free of sickness and diseases; you can prevent the so-called terminal diseases and you can get permanent cure from these diseases. We can also see why the foods we decide to eat today affect our health not just today, but many years later in our lives.
Some Disease Caused By Poor Diet
Coronary Heart Disease
Coronary heart disease is a narrowing of the capillary that bring oxygen and blood to the heart. People who consume too much animal fat, especially hydrogenated fat, are at threat of coronary cardiovascular disease, as consuming too much fat causes the excess to obstruct the passages of blood and oxygen to the heart.
High Blood Pressure
Blood pressure is a procedure of the force of blood produced by the heart along with the condition of the arteries. When a person has hypertension, unnecessary anxiety and pressure is being positioned upon the heart to enable it to pump blood throughout the body. Foods that are high in sodium and saturated fats, as well as a lack of adequate hydration in the diet, can all lead to high blood pressure.
Diabetes is a disorder where the blood has excessive glucose in it that the body can not process. Diabetes is often prone to diet plans that are too high in calories and sugar.
Because poor nutrition triggers the body immune system to be damaged, a poor diet can typically forbid the body from combating particular types of cancers. Those people who do not get enough vitamins and nutrients in their food are at threat of cancer due to immune deficiency.
Obesity is a common problem in today’s society of inactivity and bad diets. Foods that are high in sugar and saturated fats cause weight problems, which can open the door to a variety of other conditions including heart issues and diabetes.
Why Must You Eat The Right Diet?
A healthy lifestyle is completely tied to the right diet that the body needs. The human body is made up of trillions of cells.
Cells are the basic units of life’ the bricks from which all your tissues and organs are made’ and are the smallest elements considered to be living organisms in your body. Your cells are continuously communicating with each other, reacting to your environment and to the signals they get from exactly what you touch and how you move. If your cells can not run effectively, the performance of your tissues and organs, which are constructed of your cells, will certainly end up being compromised, and you can experience a lessened of physical functioning and the beginning of a host of health conditions and diseases. So, by keeping your cells well nurtured, you are keeping yourself well nurtured. When one or more of your cells is/are having issues as an outcome if your diet plan, you can be sure it would result in sickness that would impact the whole body.
What Nutrients are Relevant to my Cells Good Health?
It has been established by scientists and researchers that for the proper functioning of the cells we must supply them with diets that are rich in vitamins and minerals majorly. Although some certain level of carbohydrates, proteins, fats and oil are still needed for some cells to function properly. Thus the nutrients in your diet determines how well your cells will function. This will enable you to better appreciate how various nutrients in your diet can help promote the health of your cells, and therefore the health of your overall being.
Why are Healthy Foods Good for my Cells?
As discussed earlier, supporting healthy cells involves a variety of vitamins and minerals, as well as other dietary components. The human cells are constantly dividing and reproducing new ones. The old ones are being replaced by new ones after their life span expire. The life span of the cells differ from one cell to another and it can vary from 3 days to years. The cells depend on the nutrients they received from your diet to reproduce new ones. So, if you feed your body with junk foods that are not rich in good vitamins and minerals that the cells need, you can be sure that the cells that would be reproduce would be junk and weak cells and thus making such fellow vulnerable to various manner of sicknesses. But, if your cells received the right nutrients from your diets, then it would reproduce stronger and healthier cells that would continue to fight against sicknesses and diseases. You can see why your diets is critical to your overall well-being.
What is The Lifespan of The Different Cells in My Body?
How long do different cells in our body live? Cells within the human body have different life spans based on the type and function of the cell. They can live anywhere from a few days to a year. Certain cells of the digestive tract live for only a few days, while some immune system cells can live for up to six weeks. Pancreatic cells can live for as long as a year.
Red blood cells live for about four months, while white blood cells live on average more than a year. Skin cells live about two or three weeks. Colon cells have it rough: They die off after about four days.
What is The Total Duration to Replace Every Cells in My Body?
Every seven years to ten years but precisely seven years, we become essentially new people, because in that time, every cell in your body has been replaced by a new cell.
Tested and proven research has shown that even sicknesses that have been labelled incurable in the medical parlance can be reversed within the period of a few months to seven years if the one suffering from this sickness can discipline himself/herself with his/her diet. The affected cells would die off and be replaced with strong and healthy ones. And every 7 years when the whole cells in our body would have been replaced we become completely new. Thus the sick cells are replaced with healthy cells only if you are discipline with your diet.
Diets Needed For Healthy Living Lifestyle
In living a healthy lifestyle as discussed earlier, you must adhere by 21 principles of healthy diet.
These principles will be published in our next edition of Healthy living Lifestyle.
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Resources and References
Mastering the mindful meal – Describes the importance of mindful eating (Brigham & Women’s Hospital)
Diet and Mental Health – How dietary factors affect mental and emotional health. (Mental Health Foundation)
Healthy Eating Plate And Healthy Eating Pyramid – The U.S. government has scrapped its MyPyramid icon in favor of the fruit-and-vegetable rich MyPlate—an improvement.
Healing Foods Pyramid – Emphasizes foods known to have healing benefits or essential nutrients, including plant-based choices. (University of Michigan)
Living the MediterrAsian Way – People in Mediterranean and Asian cultures have long been known for their healthy diets and longevity. Here’s how you can incorporate their dietary principles and lifestyle practices into your own life. (Mediterrasian.com)
Ten Tips Nutrition Education Series – A collection of tip sheets on healthy eating subjects like cutting back on sugar and salt, following a vegetarian diet and adding vegetables to your diet. (My Pyramid Nutrition Education Series)