According to nutritionists, in 2019 4 trends in the diet will be left behind. They recommend to leave them in the past, and switch to a healthy balanced diet.
The practice of limiting your food to certain hours of the day, attracted a lot of attention this year. But intermittent fasting isn’t exactly a practical plan, and can even be dangerous.
“There are no good studies showing that such a small number of meals may positively affect health,” says Abby Langer, a doctor of medical Sciences.
“Snake’s diet includes extraordinary post, and the Creator, who is not a qualified medical professional is spreading wrong information. For example, the idea that fat people need only salt water to meet their needs, because fat stores provide all the necessary food”.
No carb diet
Carbohydrates are the main fuel source for our body. And he could seriously hurt, if we stop giving him carbs.
“Our brain and our muscles can’t function optimally without glucose,” says Langer.
The nutritionist hopes that in 2020 everyone will know the difference between “carbs that are good for us” — fruits, vegetables and whole grains, compared to those that are harmful white bread or sweet cereals.
Some people who have gluten intolerance or celiac disease, it is very important to avoid gluten because their body reacts negatively to it. But for those who have no medical need to remove it from the diet, the rejection gluten is not a good idea.
“The exclusion of entire food groups is not the best choice, if you don’t have to do this for medical reasons”.