Health Wellness Series - Healthy Life Tips - Season 1 - Episode 2

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Health Wellness Series - Healthy Life Tips - Season 1 - Episode 2 (
6. Eat fish to help your heart. Eating fish just once or twice a week may significantly reduce the risk of a heart attack.
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The protective value of fish comes primarily from the type of polyunsaturated fatty acids, called omega­3s, found in its oil.
7. If you’re trying to lose weight, eat foods with high water content. Fruits and vegetables and dishes made with them (such as stews and smoothies), as well as soups, can help you cut down on calories and still feel satisfied.
Food and Nutrition
8. A glass of nearly any orange juice will supply at least the daily RDA for vitamin C. Freshly squeezed juice usually has the most vitamin C, followed by frozen and canned (which retain their vitamin C for months), then by chilled cartons and unrefrigerated “drink boxes.” Always check the “sell before” date. The fresher the juice, the more C.
9. Drink vegetable juice—but don’t expect it to replace whole vegetables in your diet. Vegetable juices are fairly rich in vitamins and minerals but low in calories. For instance, 6 ounces typically contains about 60% of the RDA for vitamin C and nearly half the suggested daily intake of beta carotene. But vegetable juices provide little fiber (about a gram in 6 ounces). Commercial varieties tend to have lots of sodium.
10. Eat at least three servings of whole grains a day to reduce your risk of heart disease, stroke, and Type 2 diabetes. These foods include whole­grain cereals and bread, oats, and brown rice.

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