Nutritional data can play a big part in our attempts at improving our health.
Medical research and science is showing us we can safeguard ourselves from things like heart disease and stroke as well as protecting our general overall health by paying attention to nutrition and the way we feed ourselves.
The following article was published by the Australian Federal Governments Department of Health and Aging.
“HEALTH PROBLEMS THAT ARE LINKED TO POOR EATING PATTERNS SUCH AS HEART DISEASE, TYPE 2 DIABETES AND IN SOME CANCERS, places an enormous burden on individuals, families and society as a whole." (Capitals are mine.) Continues---
"A healthy eating pattern is fundamental to the maintenance of good health and well-being. Healthy eating benefits almost every aspect of our health, throughout our lifetime. While many Australians enjoy a varied and healthy diet, there is still considerable room for improvement".
Many articles on this site provide a great deal of valuable information about health care as well as nutritional data, some of this I am sure will assist your endeavors to regain your health or help you to maintain it.
There is a lot of attention for instance, devoted to the subject of calcium.
Here is some recent data on this mineral. "The latest National Nutrition Survey revealed that 77% of girls and 64% of boys aged 12-15 years were not getting the healthy recommended daily requirement of calcium"
Magnesium is another mineral we are sadly lacking and it is also essential for our healthy and proper utilisation of calcium. Calcium alone is not very effective without magnesium.
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