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pertaining to, characterized by, or promoting health.


Well; in a state of normal functioning; free from disease.


a condition of physical, mental, and social well-being and of absence of disease or another abnormal condition.


1. The amorphous term is understood by the F.D.A. to signify the product so labeled is low in fats, cholesterol, and sodium and that it contains 10% of the required daily amounts of Vitamins A and C, as well as calcium, iron, protein, and fiber.
2. Well; in a state of normal functioning; free from disease.


Well; in a state of normal functioning; free from disease.


1. a state of being in good health.
2. pertaining to, characterized by, or promoting health.

Patient discussion about healthy

Q. How can I loose weight in a healthy way?

A. Basically – eat balanced diet of what your body NEEDS and not what you desire to eat, exercise more and cut off smoking and other bad habits. You don’t have to change your whole life – sometimes relatively simple measures can make a big change.

You may read more here (, and remember to consult a professional before you start a new diet or exercise program.


Q. Is alcohol really healthy? I’m 19 years old girl, and never drink alcohol. I had an argument with my friend that argued that alcohol actually helps the heart and prevents some disease, and therefore I should drink at least some. However, I always hear about how alcohol ruins your liver and the whole body. Is he right?

A. The important thing is that alcohol helps disease that usually affect old men, so for young people (like you) eventually alcohol is more harmfull than healthy.

Q. what is more healthy, brown sugar or fruit sugar?

A. fruit sugar

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As part of their wider work promoting good health, Tesco will help parents - instore and online - choose affordable, healthier snacks that are 100 calories or less.
The organisation was winner of the Best Greener and Healthier Lifestyles Award for initiatives around food and employee healthier lifestyles.
The series, which began in June, explains how healthier diets can optimize individual health outcomes.
The United for Healthier Kids movement will work closely with its partner organizations to address three major behaviors - Move More Sit Less, Choose to Drink Water and Choose Nutritiously Varied Food Options - by not only creating awareness and educating parents' on different obstacles but also outlining proposed solutions for raising healthier kids.
United for Healthier Kids is a behavior change movement for children aged 3-12 years, where partners such as Nestle Pakistan, Ministry of Planning, Development and Reform, Lahore Grammar School, Jang Media Group, Geo Network, Service Sales Corporation, Silver Oaks School and Parwaan, among others.
Measures regarding the presence of nutrition information, the hours of operation, and its use of proxies to identify healthier options were adapted from the NEMS-Restaurant (R) [9, 21].
Among some of the report's 14 key recommendations were: | Research the possibility of establishing a world-leading healthier product reformulation capability in Wales; | Explore the potential to strengthen the links between cutting-edge research (eg nutrition, biochemistry and food technology) and industry to enable Welsh businesses to commercialise and be first to market with innovative healthier products; | Provide an easily accessible and affordable support framework for companies who are reformulating products to make them healthier.
Obesity is a major challenge for our society and all sectors have a role to play in creating a healthier Ireland.
Conducted by the Delaware Health and Social Services' Division of Public Health, the "31 Days to a Healthier You" social media campaign offers tips, photos, how-to videos and other resources to help people make healthier choices.
Others are looking for healthier ways to enjoy more indulgent options.
This report showed that consumers' perception of healthier food is changing as they become more health-conscious.
After years of work to create a healthier doughnut that still has all the taste of a fried doughnut, CSM has announced they have achieved the impossible with their Readi-Bake Reduced Fat Doughnut.