During recent decades, a number of health models and diet programs have emerged, and intended to help people to live a better, healthier and happier life. In this respect, the media have focused on Weight Watchers, Jenny Craig, and other well- knows diet methods, as a source of inspiration for millions of men and women to stay healthy and significantly improve their lives.
According to numerous medical researchers, losing body weight can have a very significant influence in blood glucose. For example, in the case of diabetics, losing weight through a healthy, balanced diet can even decrease glucose levels, considerably, even bringing them down to what doctors consider as a ‘normal' state. This is especially significant in the case of diabetic individuals, since the risk of
experiencing a stroke or a heart disease is double when the individual has diabetes.
Engaging in “binge-eating”, eating an excessive amount of food, particularly high-fat food products can generate a significant increase in the glucose levels of the person's blood. This increment can cause a wide range of health problems. These include heart damage and other heart diseases. Therefore, healthy eating is essential to prevent heart attack and stroke.
[...] As highlighted throughout this document, vegetables and other products with high fiber content are significantly more beneficial for the organism than others. Food products with a high intake of saturated fat, such as tropical oils and butter, and animal flesh, can have a number of detrimental effects for our body, and therefore should be avoided. Weight Watchers seems to blatantly ignore these issues. BIBLIOGRAPHY Miller, T. What Are the Benefits of Healthful Eating for the Diabetic? http://www.livestrong.com/article/267581-what-are-the-benefits-of-healthful- eating-for-the-diabetic/ Moss, R. W. [...]
[...] | |Essay on models of health such as Weight Watchers, Jenny Craig and | | |living well, naturally- Select and examine the model that best | | |reflects your own personal approach to health | During recent decades, a number of health models and diet programs have emerged, intended to help people to live a better, healthier and happier life. In this respect, the media have focused on Weight Watchers, Jenny Craig, and other well- knows diet methods, as a source of inspiration for millions of men and women to stay healthy and significantly improve their lives. [...]
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