• Healthy Diet Tips to Stay Strong and Fit

    by Dr. Hooman M. Melamed
    on Jul 13th, 2016

 Everything you do on a daily basis is made possible by the fuel you have in your body, so filling up on junk is only detrimental to your overall health. When you are exercising on an empty stomach or without proper nutrition you can cause injuries to yourself. By keeping healthy diet tips in mind on a daily basis you can promote strength and make sure you are doing your part to stay injury free. Drink plenty of water each day and think about what foods you can add to your diet, not what you should remove. Adding more nutrients, such as fruits and vegetables, will do more for you than eating less than you should and forcing your body to work with less. Incorporating protein will also help you control your weight and gain strength when coupled with an exercise regimen.
Work with Your Doctor on the Diet that is Right for You

Not every diet plan will give you the benefits they promise. That is why it is so important to work with your doctor and spine specialist on a diet and exercise program that will work best to not only keep you healthy but also keep your neck and back strong. Rather than trying to figure everything out on your own, take advice from professionals so that you can experience less back pain each day and find yourself more energized than ever before. Your spine professional can also give you tips on stretches and workouts that you should add to your routine so that you can alleviate any issues you may have with your back and recover from any injuries that have occurred. Talk with your doctor today for more information.

Author Dr. Hooman M. Melamed

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