Healthy diets and exercise reduce healthcare costs
A good way to stay healthy is through exercise and a good diet Practicing these two prevents many types of health concerns like heart attack, diabetes, osteoporosis, gastric problems, and vitamin deficiencies’. Additionally exercising helps to keep one limber and works important muscles. People exercise in a number of ways some examples are jogging, swimming, aerobics, and Pilates. Here are good examples of how diseases from unhealthy diets cause nutritional problems. Atrophy of muscles; a condition where muscles become weak from disuse can be a result of improper exercise and poor nutrition practices. In the past a disease that was a direct result of improper eating was scurvy, which is a condition related to a lack of Vitamin C (ascorbic acid). Ways to solve this could be to include oranges, cabbage, or tomatoes in somebody’s diet. Another one was beriberi which is a deficiency of thiamine (vitamin B1) that affects many systems of the body, including the muscles, heart, nerves, and digestive system. A possible solution to this ailment would be brown rice or whole grain breads. Today these vitamin deficiencies are unheard of thanks to proper diets. However, some health issues cannot always be answered with a healthy diet, a healthy diet and proper exercise improves health and may even lower health care costs because a healthy diet provides important nutrients that are imperative to body function and also exercise helps muscle tone and physical performance. These ideas will mean fewer trips to their doctor’s office which will lower someones health care costs in the long run.
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