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Health benefits of eating well

By eating healthy throughout the day, you will have the energy to perform daily activities at a higher level and you'll be giving your body the nutrients it needs to repair after a hard day's work. It will also help prevent many diseases that come along with a horrible diet. 

You'll also maintain to stay at a healthy weight by eating clean being active throughout the day.

Type 2 diabetes 
You could be at risk of Type 2 diabetes if you fail to eat a healthy diet. To fix this, focus on a diet that is low in saturated fats and high in fiber that can be found in whole grains. 

Maintaining a healthy heart 
If you want to lower your risk of heart disease, try a diet that's full of vegetables and fruits. Whole grains and low-fat dairy are both also really good for the heart as well. All of these things lower cholesterol levels and help with blood pressure levels. If you or anyone you know is dealing with high blood pressure levels or high cholesterol, it could mean that they have too many salts and saturated fats in their diet.

Instead of eating those saturated fats and salts, replace it with a small portion of salmon every week. This heart-healthy fish will provide your body with the Omega-3 fatty acids that it needs. 

Bones and Teeth
To maintain strong teeth and bone structure, you have to have enough calcium in your diet. This can be obtained through eating or drinking a lot of dairies like milk, yogurt, and cottage cheese. However, it can still be obtained through vegetables like kale, broccoli, and watercress. Getting enough calcium in the body is very important because it helps slow osteoporosis. 

To help your body get the calcium it needs, Vitamin D plays a key role in its absorption. In addition to being out in the sun, you can also get vitamin D from sardines, salmon, and tuna. 

Weight control can be pretty easy when you incorporate healthy vegetables, meat, whole grains, and fruit into your diet. This is because they are all relatively low in calories, making it hard for you to gain weight. They also leave you less room to fill up on foods that are super high in sugar. Overall, if you exercise regularly and maintain a healthy diet, you'll see health benefits pay off.