Nutritional Requirements Important to Parents Aging (Part 3 of 3)

  • Wed 23rd Sep 2020 - 1:46pm
    High triglycerides are usually ProVen+ caused by other conditions, like: Obesity Poorly controlled diabetes An underactive thyroid. Kidney disease. Regularly eating more calories than you burn. Drinking a lot of alcohol. Healthy lifestyle choices are the key to naturally lowering triglycerides So you're feeling tired and unhealthy. Here are some tips on how to combat tiredness, boost your health and improve your life: 1. Make sure your diet consists of foods from all groups. Include a lot of fruits, vegetables and grains. 2. Watch your calorie intake. Don't go below 1200 calories per day. A small number of calories should be from saturated fat and added sugar. 3. Eat a variety of grains every day. Eat foods containing high soluble fiber, such as grains, beans and oats. 4. Don't eat foods with too much sodium or salt. Aim for only about one teaspoon of salt per day for a healthy heart. 5. Choose lean protein foods over fats or carbs. Eating seafood, lean pork or chicken breasts and eggs will make you feel fuller and help you have steady energy. 6. To keep your brain active and healthy, include foods high in omega-3 fatty acids in your meals. Go for salmon or tuna for lunch and walnuts for snack. 7. Eat lots of berries. These contain anthocyanins, a powerful antioxidant that boosts energy. 8. Have a nutritious breakfast. One way on how to combat tiredness and gain energy for the whole day is by eating breakfast. Start your day with a bowl of cereal and some fruits. 9. Eat small or light meals every 3 to 4 hours to keep your energy levels up. If you eat heavy, full meals, you'll feel bloated and tired. 10. An afternoon power snack of mixed nuts, non-fat yogurt, or apple and peanut butter will help you end the day strong and energetic. 11. Power up with vitamins B, C and D.

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