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Diet and Stress

“We are what we eat”. Having a balance diet could help in preventing stress. Being overstressed could reduce energy, weakens our memory, immune system and concentration, disrupt mood, and affect all organs and body functions. With the intake of balance meals, healthy wellbeing could be maintained while ensuring a stable mental and physical health. The balance diet has to be based on the food pyramid.

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Anaemia For Adult

It is a condition when there is not enough healthy red blood cells in the blood circulation to carry oxygen to the tissues. This function is carried out by a protein called haemoglobin. Anaemia usually means not having enough haemoglobin. The normal haemoglobin level is between 11.5 to 16.5g/dL for a female person and 12.5 to 18.5g/dL for a male person.

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Anaemia For Teens

Anemia is defined as low blood hemoglobin concentration The main function of hemoglobin is to carry oxygen to the tissues hence anaemia leads to hypoxia (lack of oxygen) in organs and later to a wide range of clinical consequences. The normal haemoglobin level is between 11.5 to 16.5g/dL for adult female and 12.5 to 18.5g/dL for adult male.

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Diet Management For Gout

Dietary intervention can help limit uric acid production and increase its elimination. A gout diet is not likely to lower the uric acid concentration in your blood enough to treat your gout without medication. But it may help decrease the number of attacks and limit their severity.

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Diet For Hypercholesterolaemia

Introduction Goals of dietary management: To maintain cholesterol level in normal range. To reduce risk of cardiovascular disease. There are 3 methods to reduce your cholesterol level: Restrict high cholesterol food. Reduce fat intake. Increase your fibre intake. Restrict high cholesterol food Dietary cholesterol when taken in excess can increase …

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