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Everyone knows that a healthy diet should be rich in fruit and vegetables and contain as little sugar and fried foods as possible. It is less known how often to eat and how fast.

“Physical metabolism is comparable to a fireplace,” says German nutritionist Heiko Griguhn. “It should be regularly replenished to work well.”

It is therefore recommended that you frequently eat, five to seven times a day.

People who want to lose weight often sin because they rarely and irregularly eat, says Griguhn. After a long time without food, the body begins to conserve energy by burning fewer calories.

Additionally, if you are overwhelmed, you will probably be able to reach fast food or sweets. “That’s why it’s more common to” sow “, but do it wisely. Small portions of vegetables or other light meals between breakfast, lunch and dinner are all right,” he explained.

It is not surprising, however, that opinions about the optimal frequency of meals are different. Some people are convinced of their occasional posture, while others prefer classic three meals a day.

It is unquestionably not to put more calories into the body to maintain healthy body weight than it consumes.

Healthy eating not only includes “what” to eat but also “how”.

Appetite is regulated by the brain, more precisely the pituitary, says nutritionist Birgit Schramm. The body releases chemical messengers who tell the brain that food is enough.

“Slow eating makes it easier for the brain to pick up a signal about the feeling of satiety that the body sends to it,” explains Schramm. The frustration at the table makes the opposite.

“And chewing is preparation for digestion,” Schramm adds. “The pieces of food should be broken down into the stomach and the small intestine. However, you do not swallow large chunks or plump them well before.”

Experts recommend that every piece of food chews 15 to 30 times. For that, of course, you have to have time. Schramm, therefore, recommends 15 to 20 minutes for lunch, or five to eight minutes for sandwiches.

It is essential to drink enough liquids with meals too. “It stimulates the production of digestive juices,” nutritionist Manuela Martin says.

Everyone knows that a healthy diet should be rich in fruit and vegetables and contain as little sugar and fried foods as possible. It is less known how often to eat and how fast.

“Physical metabolism is comparable to a fireplace,” says German nutritionist Heiko Griguhn. “It should be regularly replenished to work well.”

It is therefore recommended that you frequently eat, five to seven times a day.

People who want to lose weight often sin because they rarely and irregularly eat, says Griguhn. After a long time without food, the body begins to conserve energy by burning fewer calories.

Additionally, if you are overwhelmed, you will probably be able to reach fast food or sweets. “That’s why it’s more common to” sow “, but do it wisely. Small portions of vegetables or other light meals between breakfast, lunch and dinner are all right,” he explained.

It is not surprising, however, that opinions about the optimal frequency of meals are different. Some people are convinced of their occasional posture, while others prefer classic three meals a day.

It is unquestionably not to put more calories into the body to maintain healthy body weight than it consumes.

Healthy eating not only includes “what” to eat but also “how”.

Appetite is regulated by the brain, more precisely the pituitary, says nutritionist Birgit Schramm. The body releases chemical messengers who tell the brain that food is enough.

“Slow eating makes it easier for the brain to pick up a signal about the feeling of satiety that the body sends to it,” explains Schramm. The frustration at the table makes the opposite.

“And chewing is preparation for digestion,” Schramm adds. “The pieces of food should be broken down into the stomach and the small intestine. However, you do not swallow large chunks or plump them well before.”

Experts recommend that every piece of food chews 15 to 30 times. For that, of course, you have to have time. Schramm, therefore, recommends 15 to 20 minutes for lunch, or five to eight minutes for sandwiches.

It is essential to drink enough liquids with meals too. “It stimulates the production of digestive juices,” nutritionist Manuela Martin says.

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