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Five Finger Tips For Good Health

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Sometimes all it takes are a few simple tips for good health. Rather than complicating ones diet and nutrition with unhealthy junk, refined foods or high calorie foods, we recommend choosing whole grains, fresh fruits and vegetables with small meals to keep glucose levels steady. The following tips for good health will help stabilize blood glucose and prevent extreme or sudden spikes or dips in glucose levels:
 
  • Eat a balanced and varied diet that contains fruits and vegetables, bran and other whole grain breads and cereals, beans, dried plums and nuts.
  • Try to limit high fat foods and avoid concentrated sweets, emphasizing instead complex carbohydrates.
  • Get enough fluids via beverages or foods. Include a beverage with every meal or snack. Low-calorie or noncaffeinated selections could include water and herbal teas and fruit juices such as fresh lime juice or prune juice.
  • How you eat is just as important as what you eat. Eat slowly, stop eating when you feel full, and don't eat just before bedtime. Make time for proper nutrition. If you find that you're always on the go, take along food-for-you - portable snacks such as fresh fruit, granola bars, almonds and dried plums.
  • Exercise, doing activities you like. Try aerobic or strength-building activities, or try stretching exercises like yoga. Or simply walking 30 minutes 3-5 times a week.
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