305-311 LESS TALKED ABOUT NCDS VISION IMPAIRMENT

Day 305 of 365 What is vision impairment Vision impairment means that a person’s eyesight cannot be corrected to a “normal” level. Vision impairment may be caused by a loss of visual acuity, where the eye does not see objects as clearly as usual. It may also be caused by a loss of visual field,…

301-304 OBESITY OCTOBER SUMMARY

Day 301 of 365 OBESITY PREVENTION FOR ADULTS I Consume less “bad” fat and more “good” fatContrary to the belief behind the low-fat diet craze of the ’90s, not all fat is bad. A 2017 study published in the Nutrition Journal showed that intake of healthy dietary fats, such as polyunsaturated fats, can improve cholesterol…

295-300 OBESITY PREVENTION

Day 295 0f 365 ADULT OBESITY RISK FACTORS Lifestyle choicesUnhealthy diet. A diet that’s high in calories, lacking in fruits and vegetables, full of fast food, and laden with high-calorie beverages and oversized portions contributes to weight gain.Liquid calories. People can drink many calories without feeling full, especially calories from alcohol. Other high-calorie beverages, such…

STOWELINK THIRD QUARTER REPORT

Catch up with the latest development and advancements from Stowelink in the recently compiled third quarter report 2020. find the report on the link below Lets change lives Let’s save lives #stowelink REMEMBER-if you want to support Stowelink Inc and our various projects, if you want collaborations with us or if you want to reach us…

288-294 CHILDHOOD OBESITY PREVENTION

DAY 288 CHILDHOOD OBESITY PREVENTION II_* Adjust portion sizes appropriately for ageLimit TV and other “screen time” to less than 2 hours a day for children older than 2, and don’t allow television for children younger than 2Be sure your child gets enough sleepAlso, be sure your child sees the doctor for well-child checkups at…

281-287 CHILDHOOD OBESITY

Day 281 of 365 CAUSES OF CHILDHOOD OBESITY Lifestyle issues — too little activity and too many calories from food and drinks — are the main contributors to childhood obesity. But genetic and hormonal factors might play a role as well. For example, recent research has found that changes in digestive hormones can affect the…