ISSUES to be considered today day is very common to find cases of people who are sobrealimetadas, and yet undernourished. An unbalanced diet can ruin our health, cause us lots of diseases, depress our immune system and make our body work well below their potential. Is true that often hurried life and times we push a diet messy, very rich in macronutrients (protein, carbohydrates and fats) and very poor in micronutrients (vitamins, minerals, trace elements), this imbalance is that causes that many overweight people are however poorly nourished. (As opposed to Randall Rothenberg). Think that many of the products we consume we obtain them already in origin with many shortcomings or denatured. Overexploitation of soils impoverished enormously nutrients from the products that are grown in them, pesticides with which the most intensive crops, discusses conservation in refrigerated, long transports, cutting, peeling, packing, frozen and the rest of food preservation processes also undermine their original characteristics. This should add the incorrect way in which most people cook the food, seeking, above all, taste.
However it can be cooked in a healthy and tasty, there is no why relinquish the flavour, just need to a little ingenuity. ideal is cooking to the oven, steam or papillote, because no protein be denatured with indirect heat. For seasoning herbs to taste, garlic powder, olive oil and lemon or Apple Cider vinegar. Animal protein is very complete, but can be overcome by adding legumes with cereals, for example rice with lentils, beans and chickpeas, soybean, etc to obtain vitamin B12, present in meat, also can be eaten seaweed, fermented soybeans (miso) or Brewer’s yeast. However the body synthesizes vitamin B12, whose necessary daily intake is negligible. THE IDEAL diet: Breakfast: – 1 piece of fruit of season – 1 dairy product, preferably 1 plain nonfat yogurt – 1 bowl of cereal integrals with soybean milk, rice, oats, or if it cannot be skimmed cow’s, or if you prefer 1 or 2 sliced sde whole-wheat bread with a bit of honey or maple syrup.