By Para Mehta, RD/ www.healthfulfilling.com
With November coming to a close, hopefully you got some quality time with your family and friends during the Thanksgiving holiday. Sure, festive food is a big part of the holiday but so is slowing down to simply catch up with family and friends.
If spending precious moments with your loved ones is important, then that is more of a reason to preserve health. Were you able to take a few moments to reflect about your health, or be thankful for your health? Or is your health something you need to invest more time in, but you just haven’t found how to with your busy life? The first step to better health is finding the way that works for you. Consider working with a dietitian to evaluate and improve your eating habits and give you additional health tips. Follow this blog for health and nutrition updates of this site on twitter. Connecting with health and wellness tips helps pave the way to paying attention to your health.
With November also being American Diabetes Month, find out what you can do to prevent diabetes or manage it more effectively if you have diabetes. According to the American Diabetes Association, 1 in 3 adult Americans may have diabetes by 2050 according to recent estimated projections if enough is not done to stop the disease. Find out the risk factors for diabetes and do what you can to protect yourself from it. Diabetes is a not a reversible disease. Once you have it, it can bring on additional diseases like heart disease and stroke. Find out more at:
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