Food stereotypes

Healthy Eating

Eating stereotypes go along with the basics about rational and healthy food. If you do not learn to separate the grains from the chaff and follow all the advice, then instead of proper nutrition, indigestion may begin. Stereotypes of nutrition are only harmful to our body. If the use of the products we all love were harmful, then they would have disappeared from the menu long ago due to natural selection.

Diet stereotypes: Eat more vegetables and avoid fatty foods. In the first case, it is worth considering how useful it is for young women to consume a large number of vegetables, because a lack of iron (in view of such a diet) can affect a girl’s ability to bear children. A large number of vegetables eaten will primarily affect those who have problems with the gastrointestinal tract (gastrointestinal tract). The soil for the emergence of a nutritional stereotype — vegetables contain a lot of vitamins, they are low in calories and therefore create a feeling of satiety, which contributes to weight loss. The pressure is reduced, and the stool is normal.

Nutritional stereotypes about fatty foods. It is a proven fact that foods such as fatty meat, non-fat dairy products and sausages lead to narrowing and clogging of blood vessels, in other words, to atherosclerosis, to heart problems. Fats are a source of cholesterol, but on the other hand, they contain a vitamin. E — beauty vitamin and vitamin A, which is responsible for vision. Therefore, the use of fats is vital, but in limited quantities.

Americans had nutritional stereotypes about fats. They refused fatty foods and began to consume more sugar, carbohydrates, after which the problem of obesity of the nation became. Nutrition stereotypes have affected butter, which must be replaced with vegetable oil. But the adherents of this theory are silent about the fact that vegetable oil is very high in calories and people who are overweight should not abuse it. It has been proven that the daily norm of butter for a person is 20 grams, which is useful not only for vision, but also for strengthening immunity.

Stereotypes of food

Nutritional stereotypes are the rejection of carbohydrates. The ground for occurrence is the excessive consumption of carbohydrates leads to the fact that they become fats. But, nevertheless, carbohydrates are a source of energy that are absorbed by the body and are integral components for the cells and tissues of the human body. Therefore, you can limit yourself to sugar, sweets and flour products, but at the same time eat complex carbohydrates such as bran bread, vegetables, fruits and cereals.

Eating stereotypes about eggs. It is believed that a week you can eat two or three eggs and no more. Soil — Egg yolk contains about a day's worth of cholesterol. In this case, the fact that, along with cholesterol, the egg also contains choline and lecithin, which destroy the effect of cholesterol, is not taken into account. The influence of the latter can be neutralized and ensure better digestibility if the egg is consumed together with butter or mayonnaise. Eggs are an excellent remedy for anemia. Eggs are essential for nourishing the brain and nervous system.

Eating stereotypes also apply to seafood, which can be eaten in unlimited quantities. Soil — seafood contains complete proteins that are necessary for the construction of cells and tissues of the body, they contain iodine, vitamins and omega-3 acids. But, shrimp contains twice as much cholesterol as sausages or cream with a fat content of 20%. Therefore, if you decide to treat yourself to seafood, buy yourself mussels, they contain fats that prevent the development of blood clots.

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