Débora Nascimento warns followers not to follow fashion diets
Actress Débora Nascimento shared in the stories of her Instagram a statement to alert her followers, especially women, not to follow fad diets.
She has been undergoing an intense process of weight loss as part of the preparation of her next character. And for that, you need to lose 15 kg.
Debora told in her stories on the Instagram that many of her followers, especially the women, sent her messages asking her to share which diet she is on. doing. "Many times I did not feel good about my body and I paid dearly for it. Regardless of whether you do not feel well, whether it is health, whether it is aesthetic, if it is to follow a pattern, do not follow fashionable diets? with a doctor, "the actress recommended.
In addition, she also made a reflection on the quest for the aesthetic standard. "Having a positive body image is not believing that your body looks good - it's knowing that your body is much more than beautiful, it's an instrument for you to use."
Risks of diets made without guidance
According to nutrologist Roberto Navarro, it is important to warn people not to lose weight "on the jet", since weight loss is not a gymkhana, whoever wins is the one who is faster. Very restrictive diets with an extremely low caloric value (below 1,000 calories) can not supply the body with the minimum amounts of proteins, fibers, minerals and vitamins, all of these nutrients are fundamental for the immune efficiency.
At first a diet hypocaloric that is intended for weight loss should be calculated individually for the patient, taking into consideration the following points: current patient weight, target weight to be achieved, estimated time to reach the goal, level of physical activity, height, age,
After this individualized evaluation it is decided the caloric value of the diet with the goal of reducing the average of 1 kilogram per week, since this amount of weight usually does not lead to the risk of malnutrition. The total protein content of the diet is also of fundamental importance, since the antibodies produced to defend us from invaders depend directly on adequate amounts of protein from the diet.
Diets with less than 40% of carbohydrates in relation to total ingested caloric can not provide the minimum amounts of fiber recommended per day, which is around 25 grams per day. In addition, some important vitamins for the immune system such as vitamin C and some of group B are in low amounts in low calorie diets (less than 1,000 calories) and with less than 40% carbohydrates, as they are found in larger amounts amount in this food group.
Known risk factor for cardiovascular disease, too much cholesterol can form fat plaques in the arteries, preventing full blood flow and hardening of vessels, or atherosclerosis . According to the Ministry of Health, about 40% of Brazilians have high cholesterol , and diseases associated with this problem, such as heart attack and stroke, are identified by the World Health Organization (WHO) as the leading cause of death in the world .
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