Nutrition and chronic disease:
The diets people follow, in all their cultural variety, define to a large enlarge people’s health, growth and evolution. Risk behaviors, such as tobacco use and physical inactivity, modify the result for better or worse. All this takes place in a social, cultural, political and economic environment that can exasperate the health of populations unless active measures are lay hold to make the environment a health-promoting one.

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Heart disease, cancer, and diabetes are among the leading chronic disease and eventual causes of death, not only among Americans as a society but also in adult aged 65 and older according to the center for disease sway and avoidance the good news is that research shows physical pursuit. Smoking cessation, restrict alcohol consumption, and a healthful diet are more influential than genetic component for helping elder keep away from the deterioration equate with aging and decreasing the risk of chronic disease, slowing disease progression and reducing disease symptoms.

There is general consensus that diets high in fruit, vegetables, whole grains, nuts and seeds, omega-3 fatty acids, and low-fat dairy and low in refined grains, sugary foods and beverages, salty snacks, and processed meats are protective against these conditions. Efforts to limit the rapidly increasing use of energy-dense, nutrient-poor foods at the expense of basic natural foods are critical to stem the tide of these chronic diseases. healthcare professionals can promote food as a primary therapy by putting a positive spin on the concept and using terminology such as eating plan, Meal plan, or simply way of eating.