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Title: Do You Need a Dietician for Your Active or Healthy Life?


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Do You Need a Dietician for Your Active or
Healthy Life?
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Introduction
Rich or poor, male or female, adult or child,
everyone cares about their weight. So there is an
increase in the demand for dietitians or fitness
experts. A dietician plays a very important role
in achieving the desired fitness level. The
increase in the demand for dietitians can be
attributed to the fact that more and more people
rely on them to lose or gain weight. They teach
you the right way, through which you can get a
healthy weight or lose the extra
flab. Dietitians are experts when it comes to a
matter related to food and nutrition. They
suggest a scientific approach towards losing
weight.
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Benefits of eating healthy foods
  • 1. Weight Loss Losing weight can help to reduce
    the risk of chronic conditions. If a person is
    overweight or obese, they are at higher risk of
    developing several diseases, including
  • Heart disease
  • Non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus
  • Poor bone density etc.
  • Whole vegetables and fruits have lower calories
    than most processed foods. A person who wants to
    lose weight should reduce their calorie intake to
    no more than what they require every day.
  • Maintaining a healthy diet without processed
    foods can help people stay within daily limits
    without having to count calories.
  • Fiber is an essential element of a healthy diet
    and is especially important for weight control.
    Plant foods are rich in dietary fiber and help
    regulate hunger by making people feel fuller for
    a long time.

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  • 2. Reduced Cancer Risk An unhealthful diet can
    lead to obesity, which may increase a person's
    risk of developing cancer. Weighing within a
    healthy range can reduce this risk. However,
    diets rich in fruits and vegetables may help more
    to prevent cancer.
  • 3. Diabetes Management Eating a healthy diet can
    help diabetics
  • Lose weight, if required
  • Manage blood glucose levels
  • Keep blood pressure and cholesterol within target
    ranges
  • Prevent or delay complications of diabetes
  • It is essential to those people who with diabetes
    must limit their intake of foods that contain
    sugar and salt.

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4. Heart Health Stroke Prevention If a person
eliminates trans fats from the diet, this will
reduce their levels of low-density lipoprotein
cholesterol. This type of cholesterol causes
plaque to collect within the arteries, increasing
the risk of heart attack and stroke. Reducing
blood pressure can also be essential for heart
health, and limiting salt intake to 1,500
milligrams a day can help. Salt is added to
many processed and fast foods, and one who wants
to lower blood pressure should avoid this.
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  • 5. Strong Bones and Teeth A diet with adequate
    calcium and magnesium is necessary for strong
    bones and teeth. Keeping the bones healthy is
    vital in preventing osteoporosis and
    osteoarthritis in life. The following foods are
    rich in calcium
  • Low-fat dairy products
  • Broccoli
  • Cauliflower
  • Cabbage
  • Canned fish with bones
  • Legumes
  • Also, many kinds of cereal and plant-based milk
    are
  • fortified with calcium.

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Follow quick tips for a healthful diet
  • There are plenty of positive ways to improve the
    diet, including
  • Swapping soft drinks for water and herbal tea
  • Eating no meat for at least 1 day a week
  • Ensuring that produce makes up about 50 percent
    of each meal
  • Swapping cow's milk for plant-based milk
  • Eating whole fruits instead of drinking juices,
    which contain less fiber and often include added
    sugar
  • Avoiding processed meats, which are high in salt
    and may increase the risk of colon cancer
  • Eating more lean protein, which can be found in
    eggs, tofu, fish, and nuts
  • Visit best dietician in India to know more.

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