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A balanced diet.
A balanced diet comes from eating a diet consisting of at least one food from all food groups and reducing the amount of fat, salt and sugar consumed. This diet should be sufficient, to meet the body's needs without excess. Proper diet should take into account the body's needs due to age, age, life cycle (eg; childhood, adolescence, old age), physiological status (eg: pregnancy, breastfeeding), occupation or activity and health status. Proper diet contributes to maintaining the required body weight and reducing morbidity, including chronic non-communicable diseases.


Exercise
It is important for every human, child or adult, fat or thin, sick or healthy to exercise as it helps different body systems to function effectively. Exercise reduces your risk of getting cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and high blood pressure. Another important exercise is to reduce abdominal pain that occurs during menstruation, prevents weight loss, reduces stress and also improves mental health including improving thinking, understanding and memory.



It is recommended that you exercise at least 30 minutes daily. That is, 30 minutes of intense exercise is like walking fast. Start with a short walk, and later you can add up to 60 minutes a day and fail to do it every day for at least 60 minutes three times a week

Avoid alcohol consumption
Alcohol causes an increase in body weight which is associated with many non-communicable diseases. Studies have shown that alcohol significantly increases the risk of developing cancer of the mouth, throat, throat, breast, intestinal tract and liver. In addition, alcohol interferes with the ability to make informed choices about intake, alcohol and general safety. 

Studies have shown that alcohol has many health effects, including disease, reducing the ability of the liver to function properly and It also affects the storage of nutrients in the body. If you drink alcohol in a man it is advisable to drink two doses equal to 500 milliliters of beer; 200 milliliters of alcohol and 50 mL of alcohol per day and for one woman per day (half male)

Avoid the use of cigarettes and other tobacco products

Smoking, tobacco use, and its products increase the risk of heart disease, cancers (especially lung, mouth and throat), other respiratory ailments, high blood pressure and gastric ulcers and are important to avoid. 

The toxicity of nicotine present in cigarettes damages the skin's internal blood vessels and thus increases the risk of leukemia to accumulate in the affected blood vessels. Nicotine can also cause blood vessels to shrink or become thinner than normal and thus prevent blood from flowing as needed. Smoking also increases the amount of free radicals in the body. 

Cigarette use can also have an effect on those around the smoker, especially in pregnancy and child. It is important to avoid smoking and tobacco use to prevent these problems

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