A lifestyle that decreases the likelihood of medical disease or early death is a safe lifestyle. Not all diseases can be avoided, but a significant proportion of deaths are preventable, especially deaths from coronary heart disease and lung cancer.
What Is a Healthy Lifestyle?
Good health is not simply the lack of sickness or disease, it is a state of total physical, mental and social well-being, this includes eating a healthy diet, exercising regularly,
avoiding medications and cigarettes and having plenty of rest.
Our bodies are like complicated machine that need to keep in good working order with a mix of protein, carbs, fat, vitamins, minerals and liquids. Have the equilibrium incorrect and your wellbeing is going to suffer. Having just as many calories as you use during the day requires eating a healthy diet. When you eat more than you burn out, the waste will be stored as fat.
Key Factors to Avoid Premature Death
The following five fields were selected because they have been found to have a significant effect on the likelihood of premature death in previous research. This is how to describe
and define these good habits:
- Based on the recorded consumption of nutritious foods such as vegetables, berries, nuts, whole grains, healthy fats, and omega-3 fatty acids, and unhealthy foods such as red and refined meats, sugar-sweetened drinks, trans fats, and sodium, a healthy diet was measured and classified.
- The level of healthy physical activity was assessed as mild to intense daily activity for at least 30 minutes a day.
- Healthy body weight is classified as a regular index of body mass (BMI) between 18.5 and 24.9.
- Smoking, well, no safe amount of smoking is available. Healthy” meant that you had never smoked.
- Moderate consumption of alcohol, measured in women as between 5 and 15 grams per day, and in men as between 5 and 30 grams per day. Generally, approximately 14 grams of pure alcohol is present in one 12 ounces of regular beer.