Changing eating patterns for a healthier lifestyle

It is frightening how people are getting sick with diabetes and hypertension. It is like almost every other person I know who is above 45 years old has some sort of health concern.

Though we have read a lot about preventing these diseases like more exercise, a healthier diet and less stress, people still succumb to these diseases. If left unchecked, it will lead to heart disease and stroke.

Nowadays, most people will have their preventive check up to ensure that their health are not affected by these diseases. Many people have the means to do so annually. However there are some who are not covered and they are the ones suffering because by the time the symptoms show, they usually are in the advance stages.

Lower Employee Healthcare Costs may enable people to be more cautious, takes better care of themselves and be more frequent with the check-ups. Therefore many corporate companies now ensure that their employees are covered by Corporate Wellness Programs.

Wellness Programs will keep people more alert of their wellbeings. A regular check-up which consists of blood test, cardio and other tests will indicate the person’s condition.

If you wanna see more go to Orriant offers corporate wellness programs that have high employee participation rates. Their programs also qualify for Federal Wellness Incentives from 20-30%.

Lastly, always be wary of what you eat. Increase the amount of legumes, vegetables and other high fibre but low sugar foods in your diet. Cut down on the oily stuffs, fried foods and fatty meats. It is always good to take more fruits and grains too.

Exercise 30 minutes at day and relax more. These are some of the ways one can keep a healthier lifestyle. Initially, it may be hard to change our eating patterns but with some practice and resolve plus the worries of high costs of medical care, one will definitely get there. Eat healthily, it saves lives.

Post Author: lilian

Used to be PenangFaces, now known as Food Haven, for all oink-oink foods

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