Healthy eating habits and adequate physical activity are a key to a healthy life. If we eat the wrong kind of food and eat more than what our body requires then the person becomes over weight and gets prone to disease. Appropriate lifestyle can prevent diseases, improve quality of life and increase life-expectancy.
Remember, no one food can make you healthy. Eat a varied selection of foods from every level of the food pyramid. Each of the basic food groups supplies different nutrients, vitamins and minerals, giving your body the healthy nutrition needed. Eat plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables, eat whole grains, be physically active for 150 minutes per week, reduce salt in the diet, reduce refined carbohydrates, decrease saturated fats and avoid trans-fatty acids, cut down on extra body fat
and you can prevent diabetes, blood pressure, heart attacks, strokes, cancers, anemia.
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This website was inaugurated by the Hon'ble Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare Dr.Anbumani Ramadoss on the 17th of February 2006 .