Lose weight with a serving of sweet for breakfast. Going on a diet or deciding to lose those extra pounds does not have to be synonymous with giving up everything you like. In fact, indulging in a sweet treat for breakfast, the earliest meal of the day, and still the majority important one, can help not only lose weight, but avoid the dreaded rebound effect. A breakfast that yes must meet a series of requirements, such as not exceeding 600 calories and being rich in protein and carbohydrates.
Experts estimate that approximately one in seven diets can generate apathy and even anxiety, since we do not achieve the expected results or, on the contrary, it is simply too strict and forces us to give up almost all the foods that we like. It is also true that one of the first foods that falls off our menu when we decide to lose the extra kilos is dessert and, specifically, sweets. But giving up on a little indulgence doesn’t have to be at odds with losing weight. Lovers of chocolate, a food with interesting profit and properties for our health, are in luck, and according to a recent study on nutrition (carried out by researchers from University) to include a portion of sweet in a balanced breakfast of 600 calories and rich in carbohydrates and protein helps our body lose extra pounds. Not only that, but it also helps to avoid the dreaded rebound effect, that is, regain the kilos when the diet is abandoned.
According to the study authors, prohibiting sweets in the diet can generate a state of anxiety. For this reason, if in the most important meal of the day, breakfast, we include a small craving, we will avoid temptations for the rest of the day. In addition, precisely in the morning, our metabolism is when it is most active, which causes us to burn more calories and faster. In fact, one of the basic recommendations of nutrition experts is that we should never skip meals, especially breakfast, which sometimes we do not pay enough attention to due to the rush or reluctance of the first hour of the day. But eating a bad breakfast or skipping breakfast will only cause your appetite hormone to be estimated. A good breakfast translates into a fine-tuning of our brain, our metabolism and our organism.
In fact, the study results are conclusive. Participants who, over an 8-month period, included a serving of dessert (cake, cookies, an ounce of chocolate) in their 600-calorie breakfast lost an average of 15-18 kilos more than the group that was prohibited from drinking. Sweets for the duration of your diet. All participants shared a diagnosis, non-diabetic obesity.