Eat Healthy to Reduce risks of Breast Cancer
We all face difficult choices at times during our lives, education, career, and family. Time is a limited resource and we have to determine which things are most important to us. Do we dedicate all our attention to our career, how important is personal time, is it better to make more money and have someone else prepare our food? Over time, as we gain experiences, our priorities may change, but every decision, every single day, has consequences.
The Mediterranean diet has found an unlikely ally. Fox News Network has just carried an interview regarding a new report on women’s health that will be published in early July. The report shows a direct link between breast cancer and obesity. It seems that the excess fat causes estrogen to be produced thus increasing the probability of breast cancer. While the merits of the study can be discussed in more details by other blogs it does indicate just how important a proper diet is.
Our lifestyle encourages us to eat out more often and when eating at home to use commercially prepared products. Tasty as they may be these products often are high in calories and lacking in substance. There are many processes that can be employed to get into better shape the basic formula is that you must take in fewer calories than the number of calories your body consumes during the day. This can be accomplished by increasing your metabolism through exercise, decreasing your caloric intake or any combination of both. I personally do not believe in the no fat or no carbohydrate crazes.
A balanced diet and an active lifestyle will surely result in a longer and more rewarding life. So pamper yourself, prepare a Bruschetta maybe followed by a Risotto or Ravioli and a nice glass of wine. Does your employer really appreciate those extra hours you put in as much as you appreciate your health? It is tremendously taxing to be a wife and mother even without an outside job. So take care of yourselves and be healthy.
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