Renowned Soviet and Russian cardiac surgeon, professor and academic of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences, chief cardiac surgeon of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation. Leo Bokerija, he refuted the idea of a traditional diet.
According to him, everything we knew about healthy eating is a lie.
“He says: Breakfast alone! It’s complete nonsense. When you wake up, your body starts to get used to the work situation, and you sit at a table and eat a plate full of meat, a basket of bread, and you drink it all with a little drink. You go to work. with a full stomach. Then you’re hard on yourself … When we worked with the Americans, then I noticed a great surgeon in the morning they drink a coffee. They only eat a sandwich at noon and call it lunch. He comes home in the afternoon, eats normal food, swims in the pool, reads and relaxes …
So give breakfast to the enemy, have lunch around noon, and usually dinner (but not in the last few hours) and finally take a walk before bed or exercise. In my experience, people who live like this – live long and healthy!“
This advice from a well-known Russian doctor was confirmed by recent research at Cornell University. Scientist David Levitski they found that those who skipped breakfast in a few weeks would lose significant weight. He confirmed this theory with an experiment aimed at determining the amount of food a person ingests during the day.
Half of the participants had breakfast, while the other group refused breakfast. The group that skipped breakfast a day ate 408 fewer calories than the group that skipped breakfast regularly.
According to this scientist, skipping breakfast can be said to be an excellent system for losing weight fast. “I understand that skipping breakfast contradicts everything you know about a healthy diet, but the new data makes us think seriously we provide the first meal of the morning in the traditional sense of the word. Of course, this is for healthy people. “People with diabetes and hypoglycemia should not skip meals to maintain glucose levels,” says Levitski.
World Health Organization he still says that breakfast is the most important meal of the day and that the person who eats breakfast regularly has a proper metabolism and has no problem with being overweight. That’s it. breakfast speeds up metabolism. However, they agree that having a rich breakfast can lead to obesity. Eating normal calories and eating small meals more than once a day can help you lose weight.
Here’s what not to eat on the recommendation of the World Health Organization:
Sausages are delicious but not healthy products. According to some studies, they have the least meat and the most preservatives and flavor enhancers esophageal cancer.
To shorten the cooking time, the cereals undergo a special treatment, turning the carbohydrates into starch. Add sugar, which is used a lot to improve the taste and you get it very unhealthy food which is presented as a healthy product. Read the statement carefully and check what’s on the porridge and definitely don’t add any more sugar.
You should be careful when it comes to nuts, as some are added to some drying processes chemicals and sugars that do not spoil. So check the composition and method of preparation.
Muesli sometimes has a lot of sugar – we often call it “empty calories“because it contains other important foods – vitamins, minerals, fibers. You shouldn’t limit breakfast to just industrial products. Make sure you add it fresh fruits, vegetables, dairy products.
Juices in a tetrapack
The juices in the industry often contain a lot of preservatives so that they are not lost. Check out the amount of sugar here too!
Bananas and other exotic fruits
It is useful fruit that grows in your immediate area. The fruit to be transported from overseas countries has been dumped several times with various chemicals that prevent it from spoiling. This fruit can be dangerous – carefully peel, clean, limit consumption.
Any other fat processing cheese becomes empty “beautiful“For intestines. Cheese is often used to prepare cream cheese, as it can no longer be sold in its original form.