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Diet and exercise can fight off diseases and lower your risk for diabetes. Being over weight, in active and family history all contribute as risk factors of developing diabetes, having a heart attack or stroke. A well balanced diet and regular exercise will give you optimal health. Exercise can not and will not work alone. You need to cook your own meals a have smaller portions. Get rid of the snack foods such as ice cream, chips, and go for the low fat snacks. It is all about balance and moderation. You need to make sure to get enough protein, carbohydrates, and also fats, however stay away from saturated fats and Trans fats.
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Unformatted text preview: Although, I already have a well balanced diet; my fitness level is erratic at times. I do not have a daily exercise routine. Summer time I walk the border of my property daily, which is 160 acres and ride my horse anything that can be done outside. Winter time I am more lax, house work, treadmill, chasing my 2 year old, and being a taxi for my other children is the extent of my exercise plan. It would definitely benefit my all around wellness to have more of a fitness plan and stick with it. My risk for heart disease and other diseases would drop drastically, also my blood pressure would maintain at steady levels....
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This note was uploaded on 01/25/2011 for the course SCI/162 AAGR0OHNS2 taught by Professor Helencole during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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