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How to Maintain Healthy Body...

Reduction body weight, it means improving health, avoiding illness and chronic disease. No matter what shape or body size. Eating a balanced diet improves your health, getting regular exercise, and learning to feel good about your body. Having a body mass can increase risk of sleep apnea (obstructive sleep apnea OSAS), heart disease, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and other long term illnesses.

  1. Your fitness level, increase your physical activity, make you feel stronger and more energetic.
  2. The quality of your diet and your eating habits can help you control your weight.
  3. Eat regular meals, starting with breakfast. People who eat regular meals find it easier to maintain a healthy weight then people who overeat. Skip meals, or snacks, other than fruit or vegetables, instead of chips, donuts, cookies and candy.
  4. Eat slowly and smaller portion sizes.
  5. Walk or cycle to work or school. (cycling involves physical exercise)
  6. How fat is distributed in your body, a pound (1 pound = 453.59237 grams) a week is healthy.
  7. You may want to consult with a specialist if you have sever snoring, that has just started recently and you haven't gained any weight. Most people are concerned about being overweight, but for some people is a health concern.

Green tea might help you whittle your waistline. Research shows that several components in green tea could impact the ability to lose extra pounds or maintain a healthy weight, and it does so by boosting thermogenesis. Thermogenesis is the process of creating body heat as a result of burning calories, and is a direct result of metabolic processes like digestion. Green tea's EGCG increases both postmeal thermogenesis as well as fat-burning. Caffeine is also well-known for stimulating thermogenesis. Since obesity goes hand-inhand with heart disease, it is worth noting green tea also reduces markers of atherosclerosis and lipid peroxidation, so it is also good for the ticker.

Each food listed contains many additional protective substances. In addition to all of these health advantages, the foods below can be combined in an outstanding meal:

Corn, orange sweet peppers and parsley contain the carotenoids zeaxanthin and lutein that help our eyes filter out harmful light and protect against macular degeneration and vision loss that can occur as we age.
Avocados, corn and yellow sweet peppers contain alpha-carotene, a powerful antioxidant that slows the growth of cancer cells.
Tomatoes and red peppers contain lycopene, which gives a red colour and protects against cancers of the digestive tract, lungs, prostate, bladder, cervix and pancreas.
Celery, cilantro and parsley contain the flavonoid apigenin, a potent antioxidant that seems to protect against leukemia and ovarian cancer. Apigenin also has anti-inflammatory activity.
Legumes, such as lentils or black beans, support our immune system, lower cholesterol levels, decrease blood lipids, lower cancer risks and lower blood glucose response.
Garlic contains the phytochemical allicin, which protects garlic from pests ( insects and microorganisms ) and humans from harmful bacterial. Green onions contain related compounds.
Limes, with the protective phytochemicals eriodictyol and hesperetin, can defend cells againts oxidative injury. In addition, limonen increases the levels of liver enzymes that can help our body to detoxify potential cancer-causing substances.
Olive oil contains phytosterols that help reduce cholesterol absorption and total and LDL cholesterol.
Chili peppers contain capsaicin with pain relieving and anti-inflammatory action.
Cumin has antioxidant activity due to the presence of the phytochemical ferulic acid.

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