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Created 2017-06-06
Owner alenalbert
Title Limiting your sugar and salt intake when dieting
Description Sugar, fat, and salt are substances needed by the body to perform daily activities. But do not consume all three substances are excessive, may-infectious diseases (PTM) such as diabetes, hypertension, heart attacks, even stroke. "Almost all non-communicable diseases are chronic and experienced not only adults, but also teenagers.Not only upper-class or middle-class economic society, middle-low economic society too many who suffer from this PTM," said Director of Non-Communicable Disease Control Ministry of Health RI DR. Ekowati Rahajeng, SKM, M.Kes. This was conveyed in the Media Workshop 'Cermati Consumption of Sugar, Salt, and Fat, and Read Food Packaging Labels' at Goela Flower Restaurant, Plaza Sentral, Jl Jenderal Sudirman, Jakarta, Wednesday (19/06/2013). To prevent excess consumption of sugar, salt, and fat, the government has launched an introspective program with CERDIK behavior. Behavior CERDIK consists of checking health conditions on a regular basis, Rid of cigarette smoke, Diligent physical activity, a healthy diet with balanced calories, adequate rest, and Control stress. According Ekowati, educational level on the community about the suggestion of consumption of sugar, fat, and salt also need to be socialized more diligently. "Because of the lower middle class who suffer from PTM the average level of knowledge on health is not sufficient.The heart attack is thought to be cold, so when handled, the condition is already severe," he explained. It should also be noted is the number of normal doses of sugar, salt, and fat each day. Per day, the normal dose of a person consuming sugar is four tablespoons. As for the salt consumption of one teaspoon, and for fat is five tablespoons of oil. Not only adults, according Ekowati, children should be given attention to the problem of eating food, especially snacks at school. "Therefore since early life needs to be planted healthy lifestyles in children, for example by eating vegetables and fruits, and be told what foods are dangerous," he explained. The school was also asked to support a healthy lifestyle, for example by making a healthy cafeteria so that students do not snack carelessly. click here and get better diet program.
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