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Diet Management


Healthy Diet  protects you against many chronic non-communicable diseases, such as heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. By building up immunity, it also protects against infections. Eating a variety of foods and consuming less salt, sugars, and saturated and industrially-produced trans-fats, are essential for a healthy diet.

Ready to start your heart-healthy diet? 

Here are six tips to get you started :

  1. Control your portion size

  2. Eat more vegetables and fruits

  3. Select whole grains

  4. Limit unhealthy fats

  5. Choose low-fat, high protein sources

  6. Reduce the salt (sodium) in your food


Following these nutritional strategies can help you reduce or even eliminate some risk factors, such as reducing total and LDL cholesterol; lowering blood pressure, blood sugars, and triglycerides; and reducing body weight.

The requirement of every individual differs. To grab a personalized diet plan according to your health, consult a dietician. 

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