How To Make The Right Diet
Our expert... Ph.D., Senior Fellow at the FGBN ' s " Nutritional " Clinic, Dietologist Julia Cheonin♪
A healthy diet must meet the need for essential nutrients - proteins, fats and coals. It is important that each of these components be present in the menu in the right quantity.
On average, at least 60 g protein per day is required. This number of proteins can be obtained by eating three white meals per 100g daily. Omlet, creativity, meat, fish or bird, something on this list must be present in your breakfast, lunch and dinner plate. 'Cause if one of the main meals doesn't contain a squirrel, it means you're getting fat or carbs out of the way, which could lead to a red weight.
The need for protein depends on gender, age, physiological condition, but the number of proteins in the daily menu should still not be less than 60 g. Higher protein content requires athletes, people working hard physically, pregnant and nursing women.
Professionals allow consumption of 60 to 70 g of fat per day, but that doesn't mean you should add that amount to your usual diet. In fact, fats are contained in virtually all products, so there is little shortage of this component. On the contrary, most people suffer from excess fat in nutrition. So we don't need to add the oil to all the prepped meals. Both cream and vegetable oil should be limited. " Dangerous " for the rule - 2-3 vegetation oil tea spoons per day added prepared meals♪ This quantity will fill the daily need of the organism for non-sewed fatic acids and not increase the caloricity of cooked food too much.
They're needed as a source of energy. In doing so, it would be better to make choices in favour of complex carbs, ruptures, macaron products and potatoes, rather than chocolate or sweets containing simple sugar and excess fat.