MedicalOK, so we all have ailments, let’s share the best ways to manage them and how to avoid future ones.
Poor diet is a factor in one in five deaths around the world, according to the most comprehensive study ever carried out on the subject by medical journal The Lancet. In their study, the Global Burden of Disease, they found that diet plays an important role in the prevention and management of many age-related diseases. We have put together some top-tips on helping you eat yourself healthy.
Let’s face it, 2020 highlighted many things. None more than the spotlight that was shone on Aged Care. Whilst generally Aged Care in Australia is some of the best in the world, the reality for many in Aged Care, or for those with loved ones there, is a long way off how we intended to spend our last years. This gap in care had already been identified, long before Covid19 hit, and a Royal Commission was already well underway. In July 2020 the Royal Commission Into Aged Care Quality and Safety, released the findings of a 10,000 person study that revealed that people are prepared to pay for high-quality care when they are older, whether it by co-contributing to the cost or through taxes.
Blood sugar imbalance is a condition in which your body does not handle glucose effectively. The good news is that for most, a blood sugar imbalance is easy to resolve.
When your body cannot eliminate waste properly it becomes acidic and toxic. When it becomes acidic and toxic, your blood and your cells slow down. When this happens, your body starts to slow down and break down.
At this time of year, many of us make New Year’s Resolutions and some consider detoxing. A time to cleanse all that bad stuff you consumed through the Holiday period. I get it and I get asked all the time, is this a good idea?
How many times have you heard someone say, “If I could do it all over again, I’d take better care of my health”? Or have you heard people say, “If I get rid of this disease, I’ll eat right and exercise more frequently”? Unfortunately, we don’t all receive that second chance.
You don’t have to deprive yourself of all those holiday goodies and certainly don’t get stuck in guilt if you’ve eaten too much. Eat leisurely, and savour the holiday goodness. After which, try taking a short walk to aid digestion and burn a few calories – every little helps.
Osteoporosis is called the silent thief because you do not experience any symptoms, the first time you know about it is when a bone snaps unexpectedly. Osteoporosis means “porous bones” and it is a condition where the skeleton becomes very fragile and the bones break easily.
Aerobic literally means “with oxygen”. This is an exercise that can be done to lose weight and regain health.
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