Lifestyle is the way in which a person or group lives. Eating habits can impact your health. If you want to keep healthy, you have to keep healthy eating habits. Sometimes the food looks delicious and tasty. But are they healthy?
Here is a basic list of healthy foods that most people can agree on:
Fresh fruits and vegetables; Fresh leafy greens; Cold pressed extra virgin oils; Raw nuts and seeds; Sprouts; Seaweeds and sea vegetables.
Of course, we should eat other foods, like superfoods or meat. But the food in the list are basically healthy foods. Especially fresh fruits and vegetables.
Here is a list of unhealthy foods:
Processed “white” foods like white breads, white pastas, etc; Refined white sugar, high fructose corn syrup, aspartame; Addictive substances like MSG, and other “taste enhancing” chemicals; Processed, denatured fats and oils that the body cannot deal with.
Eat healthy, Live healthy.
Air quality is the degree to which the ambient air is pollution-free, assessed by measuring a number of indicators of pollution.
Breathing polluted air can burn your eyes and nose, can irritate your throat and make breathing difficult. Pollutants like tiny airborne particles and ground level ozone can trigger respiratory problems, especially for people with asthma. Asthma sufferers can be severely affected by air pollution. Air pollution can also aggravate health problems for the elderly and others with heart or respiratory diseases.
Some toxic chemicals released in the air such as benzene or vinyl chloride are highly toxic and can cause cancer, birth defects, long term injury to the lungs, as well as brain and nerve damage. In some cases, breathing these chemicals can even cause death.
Other pollutants make their way up into the upper atmosphere, causing a thinning of the protective ozone layer. This has led to changes in the environment and dramatic increases in skin cancers and cataracts (eye damage).
"Don't do drug!"
We always heard about it. But why did everyone think drug is bad?
Drugs are chemicals that change the way a person's body works.
Illegal drugs can damage the brain, heart, and other important organs. Cocaine, for instance, can cause a heart attack — even in a kid or teen.
People can do dumb or dangerous things that could hurt them — or other people — when they use drugs.