Useless Man Disease

Cellulose (fiber) for a long time considered 'ballast substance' Useless Man, so that from it were trying to get rid of. Since modern industry has learned to produce large amount of refined products (sugar, confectionery, flour, finely ground, bleached juices, etc), completely or almost completely liberated from the fiber. But as recent research, the deficit fiber in the diet leads to metabolic disorders. Lack of fiber is considered a risk factor for obesity, irritable bowel syndrome, constipation, cancer of the colon and rectum, diverticular disease, hernias of esophagus aperture, gallstone disease, atherosclerosis, diabetes, etc. This is why it is important to include in your diet enough vegetables, fruits and grains are rich in fiber. First, the fiber promotes weight loss as a positive effect on fat metabolism and improves intestinal peristalsis, thereby reducing the time that food spends in the digestive tract (fiber-depleted foods may 'Travel' through the bowels more than 80 hours, and food rich in fiber, reduces the digestion process to 24-36 hours).

And another thing: low-calorie fiber, and thus on its digestion requires a lot of effort. Therefore, the assimilation of the day rate of cellulose is burned as many calories as jogging at a twenty! That is why one of the most effective ways to lose weight is to switch to vegetarian food. Secondly, vegetable fibers prevent the occurrence of constipation, which Statistics in Russia suffers 47% of the adult population. Third, the fiber increases the binding and excretion of bile acids and cholesterol, which reduces the risk development of atherosclerosis. According to statistics, if you consume at least 16 grams of fiber a day can reduce the risk of developing cardiovascular disease by 67%. Fourth, the fiber links from 8 to 50% of nitrosamines and other compounds with carcinogenic activity. These substances are produced in large quantities for frying meat, and also in the process of disintegration in the intestines of bile pigments. Fifth, the tissue normalizes the composition of intestinal microflora and promotes healing of mucosal damage in her.

Friday, May 16th, 2014 News