Friday, June 3, 2011

The 5 most important things you can do to stay healthy

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The current crisis in American health reflects the premise that treat the disease is the essence of health. However, as evidence accumulates that modern medicine is not good at curing disease lethal today as a company is to create, that it seems that a more useful approach to health and well-being would be one that emphasizes health eating and prevention as well as treatment.
This article discusses the five most important things that I personally and hope that you are willing to do to stay healthy and well. They Are:
1. be familiar with your health condition
Know more about your health, both when anything that ails you when it feels good, helps you live a healthier life. It reduces your fears of health impediments for the quality of life. People who take an active interest not only in their diseases, but also in their overall health are more likely to feel that their health problems are not reducing their satisfaction with life of 15%.
2. eat grapes and oranges and they both drink grape juice and Orange regularly. ?
The Bioflavonoids (chemical compounds related to vitamin C) in grape juice interferes with the process by which sticks to the arteries of cholesterol. Regular consumption of grape juice reduces the chances of clogged arteries and reduces the risk of heart disease and stroke. Vitamin C, found in many fruits, including oranges, also inhibits the artery clogging of process and lowers blood pressure. Regular consumption of vitamin c is to reduce the risk of heart attacks, strokes and premature death.
3. Have a tomato in different ways.
Unlike most fruits and vegetables, tomato maintains its effects on health in any form-raw or cooked. Include some form of tomato product in your diet, whether it is canned, raw, cooked, soups, sauce, ketchup or juice, at least five times a week. This provides enough lycopene (a member of the carotenoid family and protective immunity-building) to reduce the risk of cancer and heart disease in half, and to improve the health of the skin, eyes and lungs.
4. eat less, but eat more often.
If you're thinking of reducing the amount of food that you eat by cutting the number of times that you eat, don't do it. Eating times less reduces the efficiency of our bodies in the field of food processing as fuel. In other words, skip meals maximizes the effect calorie of food we eat. A study has found that people who ate five or six times a day were 5% lower total cholesterol and were 45% more likely to be able to sustain their target weight that people eat once or twice a day.
5. choose a doctor you can connect with.
It is important to have a doctor that you can connect with. We need to have a good feeling to our doctor. This includes knowing that our doctor is really listening to us and responding positively to our concerns rather than seeing ourselves as just another number. People who rate their doctors as friendly were two times more likely to seek medical attention at the first sign of danger and were more likely to follow medical instructions of three times.
These five simple things, but important, are the essence of what I do to stay healthy and I'm sure it will work for you too.
Will Barnes, therapist and consultant of personal growth, for over thirty years he advised consultation with individuals and families in the areas of personal growth, maintaining a healthy body and mind and build healthy relationships. Visit http://youcontrol.blogspot.com/for more articles to help you take control of your life and live it to the fullest.