Wednesday, 28 December 2011

Healthy Tips at Risk for Hip Fracture

HealthNFitnessTips:  Hip fractures are common among seniors, and their risk increases with age.

The Risk Factors for Hip Fractures include:
  • Being 65 or older.
  • Being female.
  • Having a slender build, being Asian or white, or having a family history of hip fracture.
  • Getting insufficient dietary calcium.
  • Having poor balance, arthritis, vision problems or being frail.
  • Having dementia or another issue with memory.
  • Taking certain medications that lead to side effects including dizziness or weakness.

Thursday, 22 December 2011

Health Tips to Keep Diabetes in Holidays

HealthNFitness Tips:  Holiday parties, desserts and buffets can throw your diabetes meal plan way off-track.
 How to enjoy the holidays in diabetic:
  • Enjoy a healthy snack before you go to a party, or pack one to take with you.
  • Have small portions from the holiday buffet, and make your table far away from the food.
  • Stick to low-calorie drinks, and limit alcohol to one drink a day for women or two drinks a day for men.
  • Skip poultry with skin, ham with a honey glaze, and creamy side dishes and sauces.
  • Opt for veggie-based, light side dishes, especially fresh vegetables.
  • Enjoy fresh fruit, instead of a piece of pie.
  • Make socializing with friends and family the focus of the season, rather than food.
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    Friday, 16 December 2011

    Health Tips to Eat at Fast-Food Restaurants

    HealthNFitness Tips:  Rolling through the drive-through doesn't mean you’re healthy diet have to take a nose-dive. 

    The suggestions for healthier fast-food choices:
    • Stick to a regular or junior-sized meal or sandwich. Avoid anything labeled as jumbo, super-sized, deluxe, giant or big-sized.
    • Stick to lean meats that have been broiled or grilled. Skip fattening condiments in favor of veggies or a dash of mustard.
    • Order a sandwich on an English muffin, instead of a biscuit or croissant.
    • Stick to fresh veggies at the salad bar, avoiding heavy dressings, croutons, cheeses and bacon bits.
    • Opt for lean chicken, rather than beef.
    • Stick to thin-crust veggie pizza without too many toppings or extra cheese.

    Thursday, 8 December 2011

    Rheumatoid Osteoarthritis Can Harm Joints

    HealthNFitness Tips: Rheumatoid arthritis causes serious irritation and irritation in the bones, which can outcome in lasting damage and long-term problems. 

    The possible Symptoms of Rheumatoid Arthritis:
    • Joints that is swollen, painful, red and tender to the touch.
    • Worn cartilage -- the cushions at the ends of bones.
    • Buildup of fluid in and around the joints.
    • Bones that rub against each other.
    • In chronic cases, potential permanent bone damage.
    Related Sites: Pharmacyproductinfo, Pharmacy News.