Young bodies need proper nutrition to stay healthy and strong. Healthy food does not necessarily mean junk food! Include fruits, vegetables, lean protein, and nuts in your diet. Dried fruits and nuts are also good for you. Try to make a healthy lunch at home that consists of different food groups, such as protein, carbohydrates, and starch. Also, try to eat a healthy breakfast every day and cultivate the habit of eating a balanced meal every day.
Exercise reduces risk of illness
In early February, researchers published a study in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, based on directly measured physical activity data. In the study, known as “Small Steps, Strong Shield,” researchers found that any regular physical activity reduced the risk of developing COVID-19, a serious disease resulting from a lack of exercise. These findings are particularly important because students who engage in physical activity are also less likely … Read More