Orthorexia: how did proper nutrition become a disease?

At age eleven, I listened with interest to the quiet conversations of my mother with her 24-year-old sister. She first quickly lost weight, and then began to go to the doctors. The gynecologist and endocrinologist constantly remembered those overheard conversations … My aunt lost weight from starvation for the sake of beauty. And to doctors often – to restore…
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Proper nutrition and a comfortable pregnancy. What is the connection?

Pregnancy is an amazing stage in the life of every woman. This is a special period of time that changes absolutely everything: worldview, perception of oneself and others, habits, lifestyle and, of course, nutrition. We explained in the article “Gastronomic whims of pregnant women: the norm or the whim?” About why unusual magical desires arise during these magical…
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What does “everyone know” about proper nutrition? An excursion to folk nutrition: “Eat breakfast yourself …”

The rule “do not eat after 6” is very relative. It all depends on the regime of the day, you need to adapt to it. But there is another controversial and also well-known rule: “Eat breakfast yourself, share lunch with a friend, give dinner to the enemy.”  Honestly, I do not know what this means and where it…
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What does “everyone know” about proper nutrition? An excursion to folk dietetics: “Don’t eat after 6!”

What do we know about good nutrition and diets? Much! It seems that proper nutrition is one of those areas in which everyone understands.  “Everyone knows” what is needed: consume more vegetables and fruits – there are vitamins;  eat natural products – they are especially useful;  eat less sweet; do not consume a lot of salt; do not eat after…
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How is lack of sleep associated with being overweight?

Lack of sleep has long been associated with overeating, a unhealthy diet, being overweight, and the attendant delights. A new study has revealed the mechanism of this process. Scientists have found that lack of sleep causes an increase in blood levels of chemicals that enhance the sense of pleasure from eating, especially from sweet, salty and fatty foods. …
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What is proper nutrition? A very specific system

Although everything has been written and said about proper nutrition, probably everything – switching to it remains a difficult task. And even more so, “hold out” on proper nutrition for a long time. Not surprising! There is so much “tasty” around that everyone eats – and you sit and sadly chew something useful, resolved and already hardly reaching your throat…
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Nutrition Program

Interested in learning a little more about proper nutrition? And you will be absolutely right, as this is the safest and most effective way to normalize the functionality of your body and thereby achieve your Dream Figure. And if you did not close this post at this place, then you have already taken your first step to…
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How to use plastic dishes so as not to harm your health. Healthy eating

If you at least once drank hot tea or coffee, pouring them into a disposable glass , then we sympathize with you, you used poison. Scientists conducted a special experiment, poured vodka into one plastic glass and hot tea into another. After a while, we checked the drinks and found that in both glasses there was no longer tea…
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What is the danger of food additives with the designation “E”? Healthy eating

Human health directly depends on the lifestyle that he leads, and only 13% depends on the level of health care and 17% on hereditary predisposition. The most important component of a healthy lifestyle is proper nutrition, consisting of products that are beneficial to the body. Meanwhile, almost any product that we buy in the store – whether it is…
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What is the most healthy porridge? Proper nutrition

People have been using buckwheat porridge for food for more than 5000 years, and they still grow and process this cereal using the same technologies. In the Middle Ages, buckwheat was considered the food of the poor and plebeians. Aristocrats didn’t eat it, because unlike rice, buckwheat was “black porridge”, which is why it was perceived as food unworthy of “tender stomachs”. …
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