It may seem challenging to keep up with a healthy diet pattern and stay on top of all the evolving dietary guidelines and recommendations, but a balanced diet contributes to good health and helps you age well.
Obesity is an epidemic which most people are exposed to in the form of chronic health diseases. Substantial increase in the risks of heart diseases, type 2 diabetes, fatty liver disease and hypertension, have all been linked to obesity. In the past fifty years, obesity has reached pandemic levels. It also contributes to a decline in life expectancy by increasing the risks of dementia, depression, cardiometabolic diseases and cancer along with reduced social advantages such as unemployment and socio-economic productivity. So far, obesity prevention strategies have not proved to be successful in the long term, and the lifestyles people adopt are complex, which makes it even more challenging to deal with this issue.
Healthcare technologies are the primary vaccines and procedures that apply organized knowledge and skills in the form of devices and smart systems to solve health problems. It is an undeniable driving force behind the improved quality of life and patient care over the years. It increases provider capacity and allows the patient to access reports and consultation from the comfort of their homes.
We all grow up fancying a dream life with luxuries, but there is often the little realization that no luxury can be enjoyed without good health. The food we eat, the decisions we make, the number of physical activities we indulge in, and the commitments we make are all reflected in the later years.