It is likely that we will need help to create a complete diet for ourselves. The Institute of Health and Beauty doctors will select the optimal nutrition program for each patient, in which a person will always feel in excellent physical shape and will not gain extra pounds!
Rational nutrition is scientifically based nutrition of people. This is understood as a properly organized meal. Academician I.P. Pavlov defined the philosophical and, to some extent, moral concept of proper nutrition: “If an excessive and exclusive passion for food is animalism, then any inattention to food is imprudence. And the truth here, as elsewhere, lies in the middle. What does it mean to eat right? Limit yourself to flour, sweet, salty, and fried. Try fad diets? Of course not.
Diets are only effective for a short time. With their help, you can instantly lose a few kilograms, preparing, for example, for an important event in life. Constantly dieting is strictly contraindicated. After all, any diet restricts the intake of any vital elements into the body. If the body does not receive them constantly, serious diseases will begin to develop. The immune system will be disrupted, bones will begin to break down, hair will fade, the complexion will deteriorate, and problems with the reproductive function will arise.
And then: if a person limits himself in some way for a long time, after some time, he will break loose and begin to catch up. And with double strength.
To eat right means to eat varied for the benefit of the body and every day simultaneously.
But it is likely that we will need help to create a complete diet for ourselves. The Institute of Health and Beauty doctors will select the optimal nutrition program for each patient, in which a person will always feel in excellent physical shape and never gain extra pounds!
How to eat, right?
First rule. Diet variety. When compiling individual programs of rational nutrition, doctors carefully calculate the calorie content and the content of the main nutrients in the diet, taking care of their balance.
If the food is varied, if it includes products of both animal and vegetable origin, then you can be sure that the body receives everything necessary for life.
Second rule. Power mode. It is necessary to eat regularly – at the same hours that are convenient for each person to eat. If you adhere to this routine, a conditioned reflex will develop in a person: at the set time, gastric juice will be most actively secreted, and the best conditions will arise for the digestion of food.
The widespread opinion is to eat smaller and less often (for example, twice a day) is fundamentally wrong. Infrequent meals cause a feeling of intense hunger, and this mode, in the end, leads to overeating. A person eats more in 2 doses than with 4-5 meals a day because, with a strong feeling of hunger, it is difficult to control your appetite.
The third poison. Compliance with energy balance. In other words, the correspondence of the diet’s energy value and calorie content to individual energy consumption. Over the past 60–80 years, energy consumption has fallen from 4000 Kcal to 2400 Kcal. This is the payment for the blessings of civilization. People began to move less, moving into private cars. Accordingly, daily it is worth eating as many calories as you spend. If the calorie content of food consumed is higher, calories will accumulate in the body. And this is the path to obesity.
A rational Olimp nutrition program is compiled after Bioimpedance analysis, which shows with reliable accuracy what processes are currently taking place in the patient’s body.
Many parameters are taken into account – ranging from gender, age, weight, height, occupation, and lifestyle of the patient, ending with how much fat fluids are in his body, how these fluids are distributed, what is the metabolism in the body – is it normal or slowed down.
A nutritionist at the Institute of Health and Beauty of the LOTOS Medical Center assesses the patient’s food diary using a special computer program. This unique program visually shows the composition of consumed products, the number of proteins, fats, carbohydrates, micro and macro elements, vitamins, and amino acids. This assessment allows you to make the necessary adjustments to the patient’s diet.