Did you like the first part of the interview with Dr. Joan Quiles? Then it is a must that you read this second part. Here, the nutrition expert you describe the perfect food pyramid and also give you other wise counsel. No you stop reading this note!
A few weeks ago, the Doctor Joan Quiles told you how badly people eat food and enemies you have in your diet. Today it’s time to read the second part of the interview, which will tell you what is best that you can put on your table. Want more advice from an expert in nutrition? Then you go to not lose the remainder of the note.
What thinks that is the most suitable food pyramid? Or the most appropriate layout of the food, if you do not believe in the pyramid schemes.
The dietary guidelines, regardless of format or figure representing intended to be informative instruments dietary guidelines. Clearly, and practices intended to make accessible to the population’s nutritional evidence existing so that they can move to daily dietary practice.
While, initially, the wheels or circles developed their role to imply the inclusion of foods from all groups to promote a varied diet, it subsequently passed to other representations, such as the pyramids to try to explain the nutritional balance and its interpretation as the presence of food and daily rations.
Today the creation of models through the plates gives us an idea of the composition of food now speaking of variety and balance. Unlike pyramid model, My Plate, as it is called the feed guide proposed by theUnited States, seems more informative and intuitive in terms of proportions of foods.
However, as formulated by narrow leaves interesting details. This has been targeted by a group of experts fromHarvardUniversity, which split the same icon of a plate and a group of similar foods grains, protein, fruits and vegetables made important qualifications to American recommendations. Consider it a very illustrative example.
As for cereals, promotes the consumption of whole grains and reducing refined grains, as excessive long-term use is associated with greater difficulty of control of body weight and an increased risk of cardiovascular disease and diabetes.
Referring to proteins, encourages the consumption of fish, poultry, beans and nuts as sources of protein and other healthy nutrients. Limit red meat and avoid processed recommended to reduce the risk of heart disease, diabetes, colon cancer and excess weight.
In the fruit section, intends to eat all kinds of fruits.When speaking of vegetables and fruits, where include legumes and vegetables- the guide emphasizes how important it is to eat a wide variety of this food, but with a twist: the potatoes should be eaten less often, since they are full of starch and therefore, is like the cereal grain refining effect.
Specialists Harvard encourages more use oils for cooking, salad and dressing table because they are heart. It also recommends limiting butter and obviating sources of Tran’s fatty acids.
To promote drinking water consumption because it lacks calories. Also includes tea or coffee without sugar. Advised to avoid sugary drinks for his role in obesity and diabetes. Recommends limiting milk and milk to 1 or 2 servings / day and fruit juices even natural to a maximum of one small glass a day.
Recalling the importance of staying active. For weight control, it is important to the practice of physical activity and eating a healthy diet with controlled amounts.
Finally, here you can add whatever you deem necessary.In terms of health and food practices we always have a long-term perspective. So the first thing is to remember that health practices should begin early in life and the reminder is to ensure that breastfeeding might have benefits long term, such as reducing the risk of overweight and obesity in childhood and adolescence. Consuming a healthy diet throughout the life cycle helps prevent malnutrition in all its forms, as well as a number of non-communicable diseases.