Nutricionistica Lyndi Cohen odlučila je upozoriti ljude da ne nasjedaju na sve što pronađu na internetu i da su neki savjeti doista besmisleni te im ne treba vjerovati.

- Teško je znati šta više uopće jesti. Previše informacija nije uvijek najbolje rješenje- izjavila je za Daily Mail.

Prvi mit na njenom spisku je onaj koji se tiče ugljikohidrata i šećera. Tvrdi da mnogi te dvije stvari izbacuju iz prehrane jer vjeruju da debljaju ako se prekomjerno konzumiraju.

- Umjesto da izbacujete ugljikohidrate, klonite se loših savjeta i hranit ćete se puno zdravije. Jedite mahunarke, žitarice i voće. Upravo voće može pomoći u suzbijanju želje za šećerom i treba ga jesti na dnevnoj bazi jer sadrži brojne vitamine- ističe Cohen.

- Postoje popisi hrane koja navodno koristi svima koji žele smanjiti salo, ali to nije tačno. Jedite ono što vas duže drži sitima, hranu koja vam daje energiju i krećite se. To je efikasnije- dodaje.

Uz to, pojašnjava da ljudi ne bi trebali raditi čišćenja organizma, tj. provoditi detoksikaciju skupim proizvodima koji se mogu pronaći na tržištu, kao što su čajevi i sokovi s laksativnim učinkom.

- Najbolji način detoksikacije je povećanje unosa vlakana. Jedite zob, sjemenke, orašaste plodove, mahunarke, pet ili više porcija povrća u danu i pijte vodu. Upamtite da voda s limunom neće pomoći, a kiselina može samo nagristi caklinu zbog čega ćete češće morati posjećivati zubara- upozorila je za kraj.

 
 
 
 
 
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Do you sometimes start eating and find it hard to stop? You eat way more than you planned and then feel like a failure, promising to do better tomorrow? That used to be me. It got really bad... so that I was often bingeing in secret so no one would see. But there’s a really simple explanation for why this kind of overeating happens. I'll use the current 'panic buying' situation to explain. . . When you fear that there isn't enough (toilet paper for example), you buy as much as possible because you fear there won't be enough. This is exactly what dieting or ‘trying to be good’ does to you. When you try to lose weight, you often get a sense that food is scarce ("I'm not allowed to eat that"), and that’s when you panic eat in case the supply runs out. It's your bodies way of protecting you, of getting enough while it can. But when you actually give yourself permission to eat - the panic eating (aka bingeing) stops because you trust there is always food available. . I have heaps more free resources to help you - on my blog and my YouTube channel you'll see a video called "How I finally stopped binge eating" that's worth watching if you're struggling right now. I know being at home can make it extra tough. If you want more support, you can always sign up to Keep It Real Program or Back to Basics. Both will help you develop a healthier relationship with food you can break the restrict/binge/feel like a failure cycle. . . #bingeeating #foodscarcity #theresenoughtogoaround

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