Different from last month, the weather is changed dramatically in October.
The wind is chilly, sunset is more early than summer, on the other hand, we say “Autumn is good season for the foods and sports” in Japan.
Here we will introduce how to get more mobility for sports, less health stress of daily life, and more.
The fundamental goal of healthy aging is to keep walking as long as possible. Barring an injury or disabling disease, most of us think of the ability to walk as a defining capability of the human body. Of course, people who lose their ability to walk can still retain mobility through wheelchairs and assist devices, and they can have full and happy lives. But there’s no reason why most people can’t keep walking their whole lives. It’s important to stay active in order to maintain this ability—or, if you haven’t been active for a while, to start with whatever simple measures it takes to boost your level of activity and start improving mobility
It’s important to keep joints moving, even if you’re dealing with pain from arthritis or an overuse injury. But sometimes you’ll need to keep weight off a joint and rest it more than you usually would. Don’t let a painful joint prevent you from exercising.
You might be surprised to learn that what you eat affects your ability to move.
. The nutrients in the food you eat help your body build bone, power muscle, repair and replace tissues, and keep your brain active and your heart pumping.
. Your diet also influences your chances of developing chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and osteoporosis — all of which can compromise your well-being and hinder your ability to live an active and independent life.
. Eating the right foods is important, but so are how much you eat and how well you balance the calories you take in with those you burn off. Simply being overweight can make it more difficult to move easily in your day-to-day activities.
Also below are keys to healthy eating.
There is no shortage of diet books and healthy eating plans that claim to help you slim down and live a longer and healthier life. But healthy eating is surprisingly simple.
. Choose mostly plant-based foods that are unprocessed or minimally processed.
. Eat a variety of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains over the course of the week in order to ensure a balance of important nutrients.
. Watch portion size and keep your calorie intake and physical activity level in balance.