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The foods we eat provide nutrients. A nutrient can be classified as essential or nonessential; it is a basic component of food that contributes to cell growth, plays a role in cell repair, and is necessary for cell maintenance. Essential nutrients must be obtained from the diet hey cannot be manufactured within the body and, therefore, must be obtained directly from food sources. In contrast, nonessential nutrients are nutrients that can be manufactured by the body as needed. Nutrients work synergistically to maintain physiological function.
Foods are considered nutrient dense when they provide high quantities of essential and nonessential nutrients relative to the calories they provide. In contrast, foods are considered calorically dense when they provide a high quantity of calories relative to the nutrients they provide.
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Vitamins and minerals
Vitamins and minerals contribute to virtually all structural, functional, and regulatory reactions within the
body. Although all vitamins and minerals have their
own unique properties, they typically work synergistically with enzymes, hormones, and other compounds
to ensure appropriate physiological functions.
Although oxygen is essential
for life, it can also damage cells by reacting with
compounds to form free radicals or unstable
compounds. To combat and remove these unstable compounds, the body manufactures antioxidants that are composed of various vitamins and
minerals including vitamin A, vitamin C, and
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All living organisms share the ability to produce, store, and transfer energy. Energy originates as light from the sun that is then converted into the energy forms of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats in plants and animals. Humans consume these energy sources, and through digestion (a catabolic or breakdown reaction) and absorption, we assimilate them into our bodies. In the body, they are either used immediately to produce energy to fuel biological work or are stored for later use. The form of energy used by the body is called adenosine triphosphate (ATP) and is considered the body's energy currency. When used, it liberates calories, which is defined as a unit of energy.
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Medication for pain relief
Recommending any medication (whether OTC or prescription) or nutritional supplement is outside the scope of practice for professionals working in the fitness field. If clients have questions regarding taking a medication for pain relief, they should be referred to their health care providers to assure the safety of ibuprofen and other NSAIDs, and to minimize adverse effects of their use.
Factors such as physical, social, cognitive, and emotional functioning can influence the overall quality of an individual's life. Regular physical activity has a positive impact in many of these domains The benefits of physical activity are especially important for older adults, because they are more likely to develop chronic diseases and are more likely to have conditions that can affect their physical function.
For example, one study of older men demonstrated that leisure time physical activity was more important for protecting against heart disease in men older than 65 years than in younger men
Regular exercise and a sound nutritional plan are the two cornerstones of managing and thriving with diabetes. Your individualized exercise program should include
aerobic activity as well as resistance training, stretching, and possibly balance training.
Your exercise program should improve your health and blood glucose control without
worsening or causing health-related complications.
A health care provider or diabetes
educator can be helpful with regard to making adjustments in medications and insulin
when you are starting or expanding your exercise program. In addition, diet is a key
part of managing blood glucose levels effectively