Today is 14th November 2014, #WorldDiabetesDay
“Diabetes: Protect Our Future.”
(Cegah #Diabetes : Selamatkan Masa Depan Kita)
Asal Muasal Hari Diabetes Sedunia ?
Peringatan Hari Diabetes Sedunia diawali oleh International Diabetes Federation (IDF) dan World Health Organization (WHO). Tanggal 14 November diambil dari hari kelahiran Frederick Banting. Beliau bersama dengan Charles Best adalah yang menemukan insulin dapat digunakan untuk pengobatan pasien diabetes pada tahun 1922.
WHO memperkirakan saat ini ada lebih dari 346 orang menderita diabetes di seluruh dunia. Angka ini diperkirakan akan menjadi dua kali lipat pada tahun 2030 jika tidak dilakukan intervensi.
Berdasarkan data WHO tahun 2008, Kasus Diabetes di Indonesia merupakan penyebab kematian nomor 1 dari angka kematian yang disebabkan oleh Penyakit Tidak Menular.
How to realize this condition?
The campaign will continue to promote the importance of immediate action to protect the health and well-being of future generations and achieve meaningful outcomes for people with diabetes and those at risk.
The key messages of the campaign include:
#1. Make healthy food the easy choice
#2. Healthy eating: make the right choice
What is the Benefit of a Healthy Breakfast?
The benefits of a healthy breakfast are :
Breakfast gives you a chance to start each day with a healthy and nutritious meal. Beside that, breakfast help us to get more focus and cravings.
Adults who report regularly eating a healthy breakfast are more likely to:
a. Eat more vitamins and minerals
b. Control their weight
c. Eat less fat and cholesterol
Children who regularly eat a healthy breakfast are more likely to:
a. Meet daily nutrient requirements
b. Be at a healthy body weight
c. Have better concentration and be more alert
d. Miss fewer days of school
What is the Basics of Healthy Breakfast ?
What exactly counts as a healthy breakfast? Here’s what forms the core of a healthy breakfast:
#1. Whole grains
Examples include whole-grain rolls, bagels, hot or cold whole-grain cereals, low-fat bran muffins, crackers, and Melba toast.
#2. Lean protein
Examples include peanut butter, lean meat, poultry or fish, and hard-boiled eggs.
#3. Low-fat dairy
Examples include milk, plain or lower sugar yogurts, and low-fat cheeses, such as cottage and natural cheeses.
#4. Fruits and vegetables
Examples include fresh or frozen fruits and vegetables, 100 percent juice drinks without added sugar, and fruit and vegetable smoothies. Choose low-sodium versions of beverages, though.
Together, these food groups provide complex carbohydrates, fiber, protein and a small amount of fat — a combination that packs health benefits and helps you feel full for hours.
Find options from these core groups that suit your tastes and preferences. And try to choose one or two options from each category to round out a healthy breakfast.
Should The Diabetic Have A Regular Exercise?
Regular activity is important for everyone. It is even more important when you have diabetes. Reasons why exercise is good for your health:
#1. Lowers your blood sugar level without medicine
#2. Burns extra calories and fat to help manage your weight
#3. Improves blood flow and blood pressure
#4. Increases your energy level
#5. Improves your ability to handle stress.
Talk to your health care provider before starting any exercise program. People with type 2 diabetes may need to take special steps before, during, and after physical activity or exercise.
So, What are You Waiting For?
Do The Healthy Lifestyle to Prevent Diabetes Mellitus!
Hope this article useful…