Benefits of Sports

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spportOne in two people does not know that physical activity can help prevent the onset of many diseases such as hypertension or osteoporosis. Yet sports have many benefits such as improved physical and mental conditions.

For over 20 years, science recognizes the benefits of sports on health. A large survey of 9,000 people was carried out about it in the Journal of Women’s Health. People know the effects of physical activity on weight but much less on health. The doctors need to recommend sports to their patients more often too.

The risk of developing a disease is decreased with practice exercises reducing health costs can be very high in case of chronic diseases.


Physical activity is also an essential element of prevention to keep bones strong and prevent osteoporosis.


Physical activity halves the risk of hypertension in patients with regular physical activity.


Sports are also useful against various diseases. Although physical activity does not prevent obesity, it can help to maintain a normal weight. It also helps to maintain weight loss.

Back pain and muscular diseases

To treat and prevent back pain, it is advisable to be active every day and therefore to practice sports. This also helps to prevent recurrence of symptoms. Building muscle caused during physical exercise is also beneficial for chronic inflammatory rheumatism.

Depression and anxiety

Physical activity also has positive consequences psychological. It thus reduces depression and anxiety. The team aspect of sports also makes it more fun for everyone.  Most towns have small sports leagues that enable people to make friends and bond.  Heres an example of a sports team in Cornelius NC.


Alzheimer’s disease

In Alzheimer’s disease, it also plays a role with patients who see their mortality and reduce their risk of falls.

In children and adolescents

Children, sport affects the health of slowing, for example, the evolution of risk factors for chronic disease. During adolescence, it helps to have a better self-esteem, reduce stress and anxiety.

Increased life expectancy

Increasing longevity is one of the strengths of sporting activity including reducing mortality from various chronic diseases. With 92 minutes of sport per week, life is extended by 3 years. Healthy aging and keep effective immune functions longer part of the benefits of sports exercises.


Sexuality also enjoys the benefits of sports. Good endurance of the heart muscle and good erectile function, physical activity has a role in maintaining the quality of sex over time.

Sample Meal Plan

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Keeping in shape and eating healthy without sacrificing treats is possible! Providing macronutrients (proteins, carbohydrates, lipids), energy carriers, fiber (fruits and vegetables) and micronutrients (vitamins and minerals), is important for our good health. And varying amounts of fat, so to make the most of its benefits. You’ll see, it is great!



• 60 g of bread full of margarine • 10 g or 10 g butter or 2 tbsp. Coffee Jam • 1 plain yogurt • 1 grapefruit juice • Coffee or tea without sugar

Lunch Grated carrots (seasoning. 1 teaspoon canola oil + lemon juice + salt + parsley / pepper) • Salmon in foil to mint or omelette with herbs (with 2 eggs + 1 knob of margarine suitable for cooking) • Duo rice and green vegetables • 1 yogurt with fruit 0% fat • 2 apricots

Dinner • green salad (dressing: 1 tsp. coffee walnut oil + wine vinegar + salt / pepper) • 30g of cereal bread • 2 cold sliced roast poultry • Provencal tomatoes • 1 apple (medium size)


Breakfast • 35 g cereal (like corn flakes) • 200 ml milk • 1 small bowl of strawberries • unsweetened coffee or tea

Lunch • 100 g lentil salad (lentils, onions, 1 tsp. Of rapeseed oil, mustard, vinegar) • 120 g turkey breast with light cream (15% fat) • green beans steam • 30 g tomme • 15 balls of melon

Dinner • vegetable soup • 30 g bread rye • Eggs casserole with vegetables • 1 cheese white (20% fat) • cinnamon apple pieces



Breakfast • 3 small breads Swedish • 1 slice of ham • 2 figs • 1 yoghurt 0% fat vanilla • Coffee or tea without sugar

Lunch • 100 g Beetroot • 100g grilled flank steak in a suitable margarine hazelnut cooking spaghetti • 100 g (cooked) + tomato sauce • 30 g fresh goat cheese • 1 slice of watermelon

Dinner • Mexican salad (corn, red beans, peppers) tuna (seasoning. 1 tablespoon oil coffee olive + wine vinegar + salt / pepper) • • Custard fruit pieces


Breakfast • 50 g of white bread • 10 g margarine or butter 10 g • 1 natural yogurt + 1 c. Coffee honey • ½ grapefruit • Coffee or tea without sugar

Lunch • Corn salad (dressing. 1 teaspoon of olive raspberry vinegar + oil + salt / pepper) • 120 g fillet of black cream sauce instead lean (15% fat) + lemon juice or 120g of grilled rabbit with mustard • 100g semolina (cooked) • 1 serving of cheese (type Carré Frais …) • 1 compote without sugar

Dinner • Vegetables (seasoning . 1 teaspoon canola oil + wine vinegar + salt / pepper) • 30 g bread • 2 slices ham • 1 yoghurt 0% fruit


Breakfast • 2 slices of bread • 2 c. jam Coffee • 1 boiled egg • 2 orange juice • Coffee or tea without sugar

Lunch • Radish + 40g of wholemeal bread + 10g of margarine or 10 g butter + salt with herbs • Small grilled prawns a la plancha or 120 g spicy chicken breast and grilled a la plancha • 100g tagliatelle (cooked) + crushed tomatoes with basil • green Beans • 30 g camembert • 2 peaches (small)

Dinner • rice Salad (100 g cooked) + tuna (1/2 small box) + tomato + artichoke hearts + fat mayonnaise • 1 natural yogurt + 3 dried apricots into pieces


Breakfast • 35 g of grain + 100 g of cottage cheese (20% fat) + ½ banana • Coffee or tea without sugar

Lunch • Carpaccio citrus • 30g of wholemeal bread • 120 g beef strips sauteed with paprika in 1 margarine hazelnut suitable for baking • Gratin of leeks (the lighter cream 15% fat) • 30g blue lightened • fresh fruit salad

Dinner • Zucchini grated + 8 prawns (seasoning. 1 tsp rapeseed oil + lemon juice + cilantro + salt / pepper • 100 g pasta (cooked) • 2 small Swiss (20% fat) • ¼ pineapple