Mediterranean diet linked to better memory for people with diabetes


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Your journey to better health
Moving to a healthier lifestyle and diet is an excellent thing, and the New Year is the perfect time! But, about a week to change to a healthier eating plan, some people may experience detoxification reactions and become sick or discomfort. Why does this happen and what can you do to avoid it? Here are some tips to help you stay well during a healthier lifestyle change.

Ease in a healthier eating plan
Do not get cold when you are changing your diet or lifestyle. Like some medications, or quitting smoking, drinking or caffeine, you are likely to have withdrawal symptoms that can make you feel worse for a while. This is because if you are used to taking a dose of sugar or caffeine, for example, you can feel its energizing effects quickly. If you suddenly stop this rapid correction of energy, your blood sugar will fall and "crash". A healthier diet gradually gives you longer periods of energy and not dramatic highs and lows. Then, do not change dramatically! Be sure to include the days of recovery.

Disconnect the food you are trying to cut.
Whether you're at work, at home or while traveling, it can be too easy to eat snacks when you're not even hungry. You can almost guarantee that it will be someone's birthday in the office every week and there will be cake. It is a difficult temptation to fight unless you are wearing a blindfold! Then what do you do? Click on the link below and see Vedio
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Video credits to HEALTHY EATING RECIPES YouTube channel





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