Endocrinologist and nutritionist Tatyana Filippova advised to refrain from a sharp change in diet in winter, contrary to popular belief that in the cold season it is worth eating more fatty and protein foods.
In an interview with Channel Five on Monday, November 28, the specialist noted that heavy, fatty, fried food with a lot of oil and fats can only lead to negative consequences for the body. The diet of a person should be approximately the same throughout the year. For normal health, it is only necessary to make certain seasonal adjustments.
According to her, in winter it is important to eat a large amount of fruits and vegetables, as well as fresh herbs. She clarified that some non-seasonal products in the winter contain fewer nutrients, and this should be remembered. She advised not to forget about citrus fruits, root crops, persimmons, sauerkraut, the website kp.ru writes.
Filippova urged to remember about physical activity in winter: skiing and skating, walking in the fresh air. This will help keep the body healthy.
On November 26, nutritionist Zoya Bogdanova explained the need for a drinking regimen in cold weather. According to her, body temperature rises and falls due to thermoregulation. In the cold, the body begins to pull up the conditionally warm blood circulation to the internal organs in order to warm up. She explained that water allows the body to receive energy through cell division, the breakdown of trace elements: without water, these processes are impossible, and a person will not warm up.
On November 24, nutritionist Lidia Ionova gave advice on what to eat in the winter. According to her, there are not many vitamins in fruits and vegetables. Fruits give a person vitamin C and kartonoids. There are no B vitamins in fruits. Ionova noted that the presence of cabbage and cruciferous, as well as coarse-fibre vegetables, with a high content of fiber, is desirable in the diet: turnips, radishes, carrots, writes RIAMO. The doctor concluded that a balanced diet, which contains meat, fish, poultry, fruits and vegetables, is a source of the vitamin complex.
In May, MD, nutritionist Mikhail Ginzburg spoke about a popular product that accelerates aging. According to him, crab sticks accelerate the aging of the body and increase the likelihood of developing various diseases, the Zvezda TV channel notes. The doctor explained that crab sticks, along with sausages and sausages, belong to the group of deeply processed foods containing a large number of chemical additives. The use of such products, according to Ginzburg, is fraught with the development of oncology and cardiovascular pathologies.
In January 2021, nutritionist-immunologist Marina Apletaeva told Life.ru how to eat in severe frosts. She advised to consume more milk fat. According to her, eggs also contain animal fats in a good balanced content, it is also a source of complete protein necessary for the synthesis of antibodies. It is also good to include butter and foods with vitamin D content in the diet, for example, fish, writes RT.