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Building Healthy Eating Habits
Take the first step: Limit carbs and minimize the intake of red meat, increase dietary protein, reduce the use of salt, no sodas diet or regular and get to the gym. In the gym do cardio 3x a week and strength training 3-4 times a week. It you can afford it, a personal trainer can help at least get you started with how to train. ...Read more
Take it easy: Children's palettes take a while to develop. Putting too much pressure on them to eat a variety of foods when they don't want to could wind up having the opposite of your intended effect. That said, set a great example. Offer lots of choices. And make it fun. Because if it's fun you're likely to enroll them. If it's a burden, you're likely to push them in the wrong direction. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Thank you: This is a very important question even if it sounds simple.Not only it prevents diseases, but it is such an essential component in the treatment of many conditions ! it is "contagious" in families and groups of friends. Fortunately, nowadays it s even considered trendy and "cool" for more and more people. ...Read more
Before they are born: Teaching your child healthy eating starts with our own healthy eating. Society provides a regular message to children that encourages eating unhealthy foods. Children's tv is littered with advertisements for sugary cereals and beverages and we have a growing rate of obesity among toddlers. Parents in today's society will have to work hard to provide healthy food messages, modeling is the key. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Alkaline foods: Learn about epigenomes you can turn them on by eating foods that supply methyl groups - here is to learn more - http://learn.Genetics.Utah.Edu/content/epigenetics/. ...Read more
I work out with healthy eating and long walks, at home workouts. Also changing your eating habit help with unknown nausea?
Nausea: I commend you for “healthy eating and long walks and at home workouts” Nausea can be due to stress, excessive Alcohol use, intolerance to some foods, overeating, medications, infection, Gall bladder disease, or ulcer. Consider eating less, eating slow and avoiding Alcohol. When you have nausea drink ginger ale, use Breathing and Music relaxation. See Physician for diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
Can 1 year of not exercising, a yo-yo lifestyle, & inconsistent healthy eating habits have any long term effects, ie; cancer risks, or something else?
Unlikely: In just 1 year...never too late to start living healthy especially when young ...Read more
My daughter is 5 yrs old but she has very low weight i.E. 13 kg. She is very normal and is active in all work she does. She has healthy eating habits?
Growth parameters: To review with her pediatrician are height, head circumference, body mass index, & velocity of growth of all parameters. If her height & weight remain proportional, with bmi, head circumference & development within average (25th-75th %ile), she may yet reach the 5th %ile or >. Her small stature may be ok if rate of growth remains normal. If she has low weight for height, an evaluation is needed. ...Read more
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