UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — Eat everything but in moderation? Spanish nutritionists have analyzed the idea and listed the foods to be banned forever, including skimmed milk products, those based on refined flour or sausages.
Some foods must be banned altogether because not only do they not provide benefits, but their consumption can be harmful in the medium and long term , said Spanish nutritionists at the newspaper La Vanguardia.
According to them, the idea that people can consume everything but moderately is wrong.
“It’s a real barbarity”
“The paradigm of this mistaken belief is probably in alcohol, and nutritionists are confronted every day with the fact that two glasses a day of wine or beer can even be good for their health, which is not just wrong. “It’s a real barbarity,” said nutritionist Pilar Esquer, a professor at the Gasma establishment in Castellón.
Excluded products include alcohol, sausages, skim milk products , baked goods, semi-finished products and products labeled “low calorie”, “zero” or “no sugar”.
Refined flour should also be avoided because it causes a drop in glucose in the blood. According to Ms. Esker, this could contribute to the development of diabetes .
“During grain processing, fiber and other nutrients are wasted. In addition, refined products have a high glycemic index, so they are less nutritious, “said nutritionist Maria Merino.
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