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healthy

 [helth´e]
pertaining to, characterized by, or promoting health.

health·y

(helth'ē),
Well; in a state of normal functioning; free from disease.

healthy

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

health·y

(hel'thē)
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.

health·y

(hel'thē)
Well; in a state of normal functioning; free from disease.

healthy

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 (
www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/weightcontrol.html), and remember to consult a professional before you start a new diet or exercise program.

Good-luck!

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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At breakfast the other day, my son asked if he could have a banana in his lunch, I paused a moment in my hectic morning music to think fondly that I was raising him right, that he valued the relentless education he has received about healthy foods, and that at school he would be eating foods that were mother-approved.