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The purpose of this document from Spinalis is to help you gain knowledge and awareness about the risk of developing overweight and obesity, what you can do to avoid becoming too heavy, and the general importance of diet for health and wellness.
One of the pillars of health and wellness is healthy food. This is true for everyone. The fact is that unhealthy eating habits is at the top of the list of risk factors for the most common lifestyle diseases globally: cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes and some forms of cancer.
This brochure is intended for those who have a spinal cord injury and answers
common questions such as: What dietary guidelines apply? How should I eat to
avoid extra kilos? What should I do if I want to lose weight?
Even if your background for physical impairment is not the result of a spinal cord injury, for example, you have Multiple sclerosis, Cerebral palsy, or have suffered a stroke or amputation, you can benefit greatly from the tips and advice on these pages.
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