Say no to junk food
Eating junk food on a regular basis
can lead to an increased risk of
obesity and chronic diseases like
cardiovascular disease, type 2
diabetes, non-alcoholic fatty liver
disease and some cancers.
Fruits and vegetables
A diet rich in vegetables and
fruits can lower blood
pressure,reduces the risk of
obesity, reduce the risk of heart
disease and stroke, prevent some
types of cancer, lower risk of eye
and digestive problems, and have
a positive effect upon blood
sugar, which can help keep
appetite in check.
Eat more fiber
30 grams of fiber each day can help
you lose weight, lower your blood
pressure, and improve your body's
response to insulin just as effectively
as a more complicated diet.