The universal healthcare in everyday life

An example of balanced diet
Universal healthcare also called universal health coverage or universal coverage or universal care refers the health care system that provides health care and financial protection to all residents of a particular country or region it is organized around providing a specified package of benefits to all members of a society with the end goal of providing financial risks protections, improved access to health services, and improved health outcomes.
The Director General of the organisation of WHO (World Health Organisation) describes the universal health coverage as the ‘a single most powerful concept that public health has to offer’ since it unifies ‘the services and delivers them in a comprehensive and integrated way’. One of the goals with universal healthcare is to create the system of protection which can provide equality of the opportunities for people to enjoy the highest possible level of health.

Balanced diet
Balanced diet is the one that includes all the types of food, that is carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, minerals and water in sufficient amounts to meat the needs of a person.
However, the correct proportion o these nutrients vary with age, gender, body size and level of activity  of the individual. That’s why we call it the universal healthcare because it covers children, adult and old person, women and men etc.
Different groups of people require different amounts of food depending on their age, sex, activity and state of the body.
Now, we learn about the different groups of people and their requirement so as to keep the health of their body safe all the time.

Ø  The first group is the elderly.
The elderly is the group that always in our community they don’t care their health, so they don’t give them their special requirements.
The elderly do not engage in a lot of activity and therefore they require less energy. However, they need more food that will boost their immunity, they also require foods that will help them in building their bones in their body.
This age group have faced with a lot of problems because of their body to be weak, the problems such as loss of teeth and lack of appetite. Therefore, in their healthcare we need foods that are soft and prepared in attractive ways.

Ø  The second group is expectant and lactating mothers.
This group, we can say that it is the special group because they require food in higher qualities as the foetus growing in them also need to be nourished. This group they most require the food that contains more protein for the formation of bones and tissue of the foetus .

Lactating mothers
Lactating mothers are breastfeeding mothers. This group in their healthcare they need the food that contain more nutrients because this integrated in the milk that is taken in by the baby, also they need to maintain their health.
Ø  The sick and people with HIV/AIDS.
This is the group that have diseases in their body according to different causes or factors. Therefore, they need balanced diet in their body so as to maintain their health. Most of these sick people usually they have not appetite to eat, they should be encouraged to eat foods. Also people living with HIV/AIDS need to eat a balanced diet, the food must rich in proteins to help in building their antibodies and will boost their immunity against diseases.
Therefore, in this post lets end here with these only group of people, the next post i will cover the remaining. Now lets see the importance of balanced diet.

Importance of balance diet in human body
The body needs foods in the right qualities and proportions in order for the body to function properly. If the person body not get enough food, they become thin and weak because the tissues start to be broken down in order to release food substances which will be a source of energy. In this condition the growth 
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