Black G Officials

We believe a healthy lifestyle is key to longevity and happiness

 Our customers deserve not only the best food supplements from us, but also the knowledge and understanding of how to lead a healthy life. 

A healthy lifestyle requires a good balance between food, rest and exercise. We need to have a balance diet, adequate and sufficient rest and regular exercise. All these elements combined will promote a healthier lifestyle which will reduce the risk of chronic diseases and contribute to our longevity.

EAT Well

To fuel our body with balance diet including nutrients such as proteins, carbohydrates, vitamin and minerals.

– Eat roughly the same amount of calories that our body use.
– Healthy body weight = “calories in” – “calories out”.
– Eat plenty of plant-based food; vegetables, legumes, whole grains, fruits and nuts.
– Limit the intake of fats, preferably unsaturated fats to saturated fats and trans fats.
– Limit the intake of granulated sugar, ideally less than 10 grams per day.
– Limit the amount of salt/sodium intake from all sources.

Rest adequately

For our body to recover, rejuvenate, grow muscle, repair tissue and synthesize hormones.

– 0-2 months old = 12-18 hours
– 3-11 months old = 14-15 hours
– 1-3 years old = 12-18 hours
– 3-5 years old = 11-13 hours
– 5-10 years old = 10-11 hours
– 10-17 years old = 8.5-9.5 hours
– Above 18 years old = 7-9 hours

Exercise regularly

To improve our muscle strength, boost endurance, transport oxygen & nutrients to body tissues,
help our cardiovascular system to work more efficiently. There three basic types of exercises namely Aerobic, Strength (Resistance) and Flexibility.

– Aerobic
Aerobic exercise helps us to maintain a healthy heart, lungs and muscles. It promotes body fitness. Swimming, cycling, team sports, brisk walking, running & athletics, aerobics, triathlon and High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) are all examples of aerobic exercises.
– Strength (Resistance)
Strength exercise involves muscle movement against some form of resistance. For example, we can use resistance bands, free weights, weight-lifting machines and also use our own body weight.
– Flexibility
Flexibility exercises involve the slow stretching of our muscles without jerking or bouncing movements. For example, yoga, tai chi and pilates.
“If you have health, you probably will be happy, and if you have health and happiness, you have the wealth you need, even if it is not all you want.” – Elbert Hubbard
“Lack of activity destroys the good condition of every human being, while movement and methodical physical exercise save it and preserve it.” – Plato
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