Scientists believe that a person has the potential to live up to 115 years or more. Despite this, the average life expectancy in many developed countries varies from 70 to 80 years, for example, in the USA people live on average 74 years. The work done on the gap between opportunity and reality showed that the most important condition for prolonging life and maintaining human health is proper and balanced nutrition.
If proper nutrition is violated , then this violation, as a rule, leads to various diseases that can significantly shorten life. The use of various kinds of diets undoubtedly reduces the risk of symptoms and signs of pathological and genetic conditions that can lead to serious metabolic disorders. Without disturbing a balanced diet, you can significantly extend your life in the framework of a biologically determined period of life, the same effect can be achieved using therapeutic methods or maintaining a clean environment.
As you already know, proper nutrition is sufficient in terms of quantity and proper nutrition in terms of quality, thanks to which you can satisfy the plastic and energy needs of your body and provide the necessary level of metabolism. Proper nutrition is applied taking into account age, gender, labor, climate conditions, individual and national characteristics.
The principles of proper nutrition:
1. It is important that the food that enters the body corresponds to its energy value, the energy expenditure of the human body.
2. Food should be ingested in an optimal ratio.
3. It is important to observe the correct diet.
4. Consumable products must necessarily be diverse.
5. There should be moderation in food.
Balanced baby food is the ratio in the diet of amino acids, proteins, fats, carbohydrates, fatty acids, vitamins, which should be optimal for the body. Half of the proteins consumed per day should be proteins that are of animal origin, since they are absorbed better than proteins of plant origin. Proteins of animal origin have in their composition a huge amount of essential amino acids that are not synthesized in the human body. Food products such as fish, meat, milk, eggs, in which amino acids are favorably correlated, are of the greatest value.