Tag: ‘Exercise’

Food Misconceptions

FoodThe Confederation of Consumers and Users (CECU) has developed a guide on “fake food myths” in order to clarify and demystify misconceptions about food that have given rise to erroneous beliefs. False beliefs a:

  • The fattening bread: The bread can be consumed in adequate amounts without gaining weight energy expenditure. What fat is to take an excessive amount and accompany it with jam, butter, sausages? Bread is a carbohydrate needed for a healthy diet. You need only adjust the amount ingested.
  • What makes us fat is not what we spend, so it’s important to exercise.
  • The fat fruit dessert taken: Not true, the fruit provides the same taken before and after a meal. If taken before a meal, what happens is that being rich in fiber and water produces a satiating effect. We recommend at least three pieces of fruit a day for his support in vitamins and minerals.

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Physical Activity in Child Asthma

Exercise is necessary for all children, and provide moments of happiness while preparing to teach a healthy lifestyle as adults, therefore, the child with asthma should not be an exception, and should make physical exercise a manner “adequate”.

Benefits of exercise in children with asthma:

  • Improved child development
  • Improved physical fitness and exercise tolerance itself
  • The attacks caused by stress are reduced or are less strong
  • The crisis is best handled
  • Helps reduce the nervousness caused by the attacks.

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