Benefits and harm of sugar
Sugar in itself is not harmful, despite the high glycemic index. But not useful. It does not contain any vitamins or trace elements, it is not a probiotic, not an antioxidant (even vice versa). This is all just a preservative. However, we are sacredly convinced that sugar is necessary for the brain to work. Take, for example, a glass of tea with sugar. After all, after it, and really there is a charge of energy. At least we think so. But the brain does not need refined sugar itself, but glucose. There is a lot of it in fruits, dried fruits, honey. But the excess sugar is definitely harmful. It inhibits the secretion of gastric juice, slows down the metabolism and provokes a lot of trouble - from allergies and skin diseases to inflammatory processes and the appearance of new wrinkles.
Sugar, as was said, is a product with a high glycemic index, which means it quickly raises blood sugar levels. In response, the pancreas releases insulin into the bloodstream, which blocks the fat cell. The more glucose, the more insulin and the more fat synthesized.First, it leads to obesity, then diabetes, hypertension and atherosclerosis occur. The mechanisms of development of these diseases are so interrelated that they help each other to progress. Today, doctors combined them into a single disease - metabolic syndrome.
Why are we puffed up for sweets?
Since childhood, parents gave us sweets to calm us down. So imperceptibly, sweets have become the accepted consolation, anti-stress products. But more often we ourselves provoke a similar dependence. After we eat a piece of cake, an excess of simple carbohydrates, of which mainly sweet consists of, the level of sugar in the blood quickly rises. And in two hours he falls below the level that was before the meal. From this and there is a feeling of hunger when you want something tasty.
All people are different. For someone, chocolate is a medicine for mood or a pressure stabilizer. But if no chocolate in any way, then choose the dark bitter. This is the best tool for vascular tone, which is proven by scientific research, and a powerful antioxidant due to its high content of flavonoids. The main thing is that chocolate contains at least 75% of cocoa and cocoa butter, which are rich in potassium, zinc and selenium.
What sweets are harmless
When it comes to sweets, for some reason we choose, as a rule, fatter. They leave a long aftertaste and instantly saturate, albeit briefly. But the combination of sweet and fat - a real bomb, exploding metabolism. But among the sweets there are low-fat: jam, jelly, marmalade, dried fruits, fruits and berries. No fat in marshmallow, marshmallow, marmalade (without chocolate coating). But they have pectin - natural soluble fiber, which cleanses the blood vessels, reduces the level of "bad" cholesterol.
Do I have to give up sweets?
The physiological norm of sugar for a person is 80 g of glucose per day. This rule must be adhered to during the period of weight loss. You need to understand that 2 fruits per day (not overripe) is already half the daily norm of glucose. The second half can be consumed in the form of 3 tablespoons of honey. If you do not like honey, you can find an alternative: a teaspoon of honey equals 2 sticks of marshmallow, 1 marshmallow or 5 g of dark chocolate, or a teaspoon of sugar.
- Chocolate every day can turn into lingering blues, as the body gets used to an increased level of endorphins and soon a tasty tile will give only a brief blissful moment, which will be replaced by irritation.
- 0 g of fat contains marshmallow, marshmallow and marmalade.
- 70 kcal in one marshmallow.
- From 16 to 18 hours the optimal time for tea with sweets. At this time, blood glucose levels fall.
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