healthAdding fruit and walking to my diet and exercise will have many benefits.
The effects will be seen in nutritional content, fiber intake, caloriesconsumed, exercise, on my GI system, musculoskeletal system, nervous system, pulmonary system, and cardiovascular system. Fruit isbeneficial to it having Potassium, Dietary Fiber, Vitamin C, and Folate. Fruit affects the GI System by having Vitamin C promote digestive health because it helps convert fat into energy. Potassium assists in the proper function of intestines and digestive system. Fiber is an essential for the health of the digestive system and works efficiently so you have regular bowel movements. The musculoskeletal system is benefitted by having Vitamin C, which is required for collagen to perform. Muscles, joints, and bones all contain collagen and prevents bones from breaking and strengthen tendons The musculoskeletal system is benefitted by having Vitamin C, which is required for collagen to perform. Muscles, joints, and bones all contain collagen and prevents bones from breaking and strengthen tendons and ligaments.
The nervous system is benefitted when a fruit is consumed because Vitamin C promotes wound healing. Diets with fruit help with and prevent high blood pressure and help the blood vessels in the cardiovascular system. Fruit may protect against cancers and possibly lung cancer, which affects the pulmonary system. Walking helps burn a lot calorie but it depends on how much you weigh and how far you walk.
Daily walking lowers the risk of heart disease. The hippocampus is increased and will protect memory and ability to think clearly. Walking is a simple activity that strengthens bones without having too much stress on the skeletal system and strengthens your muscles. The GI System is affected by walking with having it The GI System is affected by walking with having it speed up digestion leading to daily bowel movements. Walking increases the workload on the lungs and uses muscles to increase the rate of breathing