A nutritionist explains what not to eat for breakfast if you want to lose weight

As MaryClaire writes, sometimes fad diets actually hinder weight loss.

Nutritionist Michael Mosley, author of the popular nutrition systems Fast 800 and Fast 800 Keto, says you won’t pack on the pounds if you eliminate cereal from your breakfast diet with additives and oatmeal without additives (even if the manufacturer suggests on the package. It’s a food product).

“If you want to lose weight, cut back on sugar…this usually applies to most breakfast cereals that are high in sugar,” says Mosley.

Nutritionists advise avoiding sweets, sweet flour products, sugary drinks and fruits and vegetables with a lot of sugar (eg mangoes, bananas, grapes). Such products cause a sudden increase in the level of glucose in the blood, and then there is a sudden drop in it, which is why we feel the desire to eat something again (and therefore consume more calories).

Instead of fast-absorbing carbohydrates, Mr. Mosley advises to supplement the diet with slow-absorbing carbohydrates (they do not cause such a sudden increase and decrease in sugar, they provide satiety for a long time): grains (Bolivian pigeon, brown rice), legumes (beans, lentils, chickpeas).

Nutritionists advise people who want to lose weight to eat at least 60 grams of protein per day. Fish, eggs, chicken – these products contain useful proteins, they are advised to eat. Also, 60 grams is not a lot; A portion of chicken contains 30 grams of protein, a piece of salmon – 17 grams of protein, a boiled egg – 13 grams of protein.

Mr. Mosley is a proponent of healthy fats and a proponent of the ketogenic diet. Fatty foods they recommend include fatty fish, olive oil, avocados and nuts. It is true that all mentioned products are high in calories, so moderation is important.

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