Healthy eating is consumption of food in the right quantities and varieties; this means in taking foods from all food groups. This will maintain a healthy lifestyle, you are what you eat.
People often mistake keeping fit and eating healthy, but the reality is that they are two separate factors of life. But they both define the duration and quality of a person(s) life.
A good diet is a nutritional lifestyle that promotes good health. One single food cannot provide the human body all the nutrients it needs. A healthy diet is one that is balanced this means consumption of foods from several food this is vital for good health.
Whole grains-(we should consume at least 3 ounces of whole grains per day. This can mean breads, pasta etc. carbohydrate foods)
Fruit and vegetables-(Fruit and vegetables have a high vitamin, mineral and fibre content - these nutrients are vital for your body to function well.)
Protein-(We need protein for the building and repairing of tissue in our body. Protein-rich foods also include essential minerals, such as iron, magnesium, zinc, as well as B vitamins. Poultry fish, nuts, quorn, beans, tofu are all examples of protein).
Legumes- (soy, lentils, peanuts, mesquite, clover, carob, alfalfa are all legumes.)
Dairy-(Dairy products include milk, yoghurts, cheese, and some soya dairy products. Nutritionists say we should aim for low fat dairy products.)
Fats and sugars(These include sugar, chocolate, cakes, biscuits, jam, butter, margarine, mayonnaise, non-diet sodas, etc. - all products with a very high fat or sugar content.)
GKF was founded by those who have gone through the
traumatic experience of renal diseases and are aware of the effects it can have on not only the
patients but also on their loved ones.
Provision of education among the general public and
organisations on all aspects relating to organ donations in ways thought fit by the trustees
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I was born with congenital renal failure, blocked ureters and constant infections,which lead to my right kidney enlarging and being infected. I was only 2 months old when I had my right kidney removed ...
I was 19-years-old when I first came to the UK for further qualifications. After completing my third year of university, I was diagnosed with CKD (Chronic Kidney Disease) while I was in Pakistan for holidays ...
Growing up I had a cheerful life through school to university, a blessed loving family, loyal loving friends and then later a beautiful loving batter half. I was happy, blessed and was content ...