In the world of real and instinctive medicine, only true is true. One of the simplest examples of this is what the researchers at Harvard University presented in the February 26 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine on comparing weight loss diets.
When one begins to pay attention to his body’s obesity and declares his desire to find a solution to the problem of weight gain, dozens of delegates and distributors begin to “walk home” in the evening, to display different types, varieties, shapes and sizes of the weight loss diet “themes”. Because in the time of the “admiration of every opinioner,” each of the inventors of one of these diets will claim that his diet is the best, which led to “dramatic” results in body weight.
Thus, this man, originally unhappy with its toxicity and its effects on his body, will undoubtedly become increasingly unhappy. He believes that his problem, which resulted from the mere continuation of “excessive randomness” in eating high quantities of food, has become a crisis in which “beneficiaries” In color, taste, shape and content, her.
A person may ask innocently and spontaneously: If obesity is caused by “excessive eating”, why should one go into mazes and “cuts” in medicine from proof?
Simply and spontaneously, why not solve the problem of obesity is to eat a small amount of food, without depriving one to eat the same foods that contain proteins, fats and sugars? This simple question is answered by the “devout” in the invention of food fashions with puzzling answers in understanding their meaning, and difficult to ratify.
Some of these diets are recommended to reduce the intake of carbohydrate sugars and to increase the intake of proteins and fats.
Some are recommended to reduce fat and moderate amounts of protein, and to increase the intake of carbohydrate sugars.
And other recommended to reduce fat, and eating high amounts of protein and carbohydrate carbohydrates. And a fourth recommended the increase of fat, and eating moderate amounts of proteins, and reduce the intake of carbohydrate carbohydrates.
But medical scientific research responds in an easy and nearer way to common sense and to simple mental reasoning on the simple advanced question. Researchers from Harvard Medical School reviewed the results of their study examining the effect of eating one of the four types of diets proposed for weight loss. The researchers found that if a person wants to start working on weight loss, all that is required is to reduce the amount of food. It may, in these few amounts of eating, eat any proportion of proteins, sugars and fats.
“It does not matter very much what kind of diet to follow in an effort to lower body weight,” said Dr. Frank Sachs, a professor of preventive medicine at the Harvard School of Medicine. A person should look for what suits him, but focus on reducing the amount of calories that his daily meals contain.
Reducing the number of calories is important. “Overall, a diet was not the best, but the important thing about weight loss is to eat a small, moderate amount of foods that have health effects on the heart,” he said. “It’s the foods that are low in animal fat and cholesterol.
This simple, realistic, logical and easy-to-understand result is what seniors always say to us.
Our fathers and grandfathers ate small and moderate amounts of everything. They did not overdo the food, were active in their physical movement, and “burned” those calories on a daily basis. They were in good health and were less obese.