Resource diabet plus - helps out when there is no time for a full meal

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PETEResource Diabetes Plus
reg. No .: KZ.16.01.99.007.E.000636.08.18 of August 1, 18 - Current

Specialized product of dietary preventive nutrition with strawberry flavor

Ingredients: water, modified tapioca starch, milk protein, rapeseed oil, dietary fiber (partially hydrolyzed guar gum, gum arabic, fructooligosaccharides, inulin), isomaltulose, emulsifiers (E471), minerals (potassium chloride, magnesium citrate, ferric sulfate, Eg, E471, minerals (potassium chloride, magnesium citrate, ferric sulfate, Eg, E471), minerals (potassium chloride, magnesium citrate, ferric sulfate, Eg, E471), minerals (potassium chloride, magnesium citrate, ferrous sulfate, E471) sulfate, manganese sulfate, sodium fluoride, sodium selenate, chromium chloride, sodium molybdate, potassium iodide), acidity regulator (Е524), vitamins (A, D, K, C, B 1, B 2, B 6, niacin, folic acid , B 12, pantothenic acid, biotin, E), sweetener (E950), dye ( 120).

The nutritional value100 ml200 ml (portion)
The energy value673 kJ / 160 kcal1346 kJ / 320 kcal
Protein (23% of energy value)9 g18 g
Fats (35% of energy value), including:6.3 g12.6 g
saturated fatty acids1 g2 g
monounsaturated fatty acids3.6 g7.2 g
polyunsaturated fatty acids1.7 g3.4 g
Omega 3: Omega 61:31:3
Carbohydrates (39% of energy value), including:15.7 g31.4 g
Sahara1.4 g2.8 g
lactose10.16 mg0.32 mg
vitamin b 20.25 mg0.5 mg
vitamin b 60.2 mg0.4 mg
niacin0.7 mg (2.4 mg NE)1.4 mg (4.8 mg NE)
folic acid29 mcg58 mcg
vitamin b 120.6 mcg1.2 mcg
pantothenic acid0.6 mg1.2 mg
biotin5 mcg10 mcg
vitamin E2.6 mg TE5.2 mg TE
Osmolarity300 mOsm / l300 mOsm / l

Gluten free. Does not contain clinically significant amounts of lactose.

200 ml - plastic bottles (4).

Specialty dietary preventive nutrition product with vanilla flavor

Ingredients: water, modified tapioca starch, milk protein, rapeseed oil, dietary fiber (partially hydrolyzed guar gum, gum arabic, fructooligosaccharides, inulin), isomaltulose, emulsifiers (E471), minerals (potassium chloride, magnesium citrate, ferric sulfate, Eg, E471, minerals (potassium chloride, magnesium citrate, ferric sulfate, Eg, E471), minerals (potassium chloride, magnesium citrate, ferric sulfate, Eg, E471), minerals (potassium chloride, magnesium citrate, ferrous sulfate, E471) sulfate, manganese sulfate, sodium fluoride, sodium selenate, chromium chloride, sodium molybdate, potassium iodide), acidity regulator (Е524), vitamins (C, E, niacin, pantothenic acid, B 6, B 1, A, B 2, D , K, folic acid, B 12, biotin), sweetener (E950), dye ( 120).

The nutritional value100 ml200 ml (portion)
The energy value673 kJ / 160 kcal1346 kJ / 320 kcal
Protein (23% of energy value)9 g18 g
Fats (35% of energy value), including:6.3 g12.6 g
saturated fatty acids1 g2 g
monounsaturated fatty acids3.6 g7.2 g
polyunsaturated fatty acids1.7 g3.4 g
Omega 3: Omega 61:31:3
Carbohydrates (39% of energy value), including:15.7 g31.4 g
Sahara1.4 g2.8 g
lactose10.16 mg0.32 mg
vitamin b 20.25 mg0.5 mg
vitamin b 60.2 mg0.4 mg
niacin0.7 mg (2.4 mg NE)1.4 mg (4.8 mg NE)
folic acid29 mcg58 mcg
vitamin b 120.6 mcg1.2 mcg
pantothenic acid0.6 mg1.2 mg
biotin5 mcg10 mcg
vitamin E2.6 mg TE5.2 mg TE
Osmolarity300 mOsm / l300 mOsm / l

Gluten free. Does not contain clinically significant amounts of lactose.

200 ml - small bottles (4).

Diabetes Plus Resource Blend is a specialized dietary preventive nutrition product, high-calorie ready-to-use high-grade liquid mixture containing the complex of food prebiotic fibers Prebio1 + in combination with PHGG fibers, isomaltose, with a high protein content (9 g / 100 ml). Designed for patients with diabetes or impaired glucose tolerance, incl. in combination with obesity.

The complex of dietary fibers Prebio1 + and PHGG-fibers help to slow down the absorption of carbohydrates in the intestine, increase the time of passage of food, improve the condition of the intestinal wall and restore the microbiota.

The mixture can be used as an additive to the daily diet, the substitution of one of the meals or as a snack. If necessary, the Resource Diabetes Plus mixture can be used as a complete replacement of the diet (orally or orally).

Due to its composition, Resource Diabetes Plus helps improve glycemia and lipid control, normalize intestinal microflora and gastrointestinal function, preserve muscle mass, prevent micro- and macrovascular complications of diabetes, which has been proven in clinical studies.

  • low glycemic index due to low carbohydrate content and the presence of isomaltulose as a source of glucose and fructose,
  • high calorie: 320 kcal in 200 ml - maintaining a feeling of satiety, energy to recover from diseases,
  • increased amount of protein: 18 g of high-quality protein in one bottle - effective replenishment of protein deficiency,
  • In the composition of the protein component 100% milk proteins (whey protein and casein), which are well absorbed by the body, contain a complete composition of amino acids and are the building material for all cells and tissues. Whey protein additionally has a hypoglycemic effect by increasing the sensitivity of cells to endogenous insulin,
  • 1 bottle contains 5 g of dietary fiber to normalize the work of the intestine. A mixture of Prebio1 + prebiotic fiber and PHGG fibers (partially hydrolyzed guar gum) helps to improve the control of blood glucose concentration and plays an important role in regulating bowel functions,
  • a complex of vitamins and minerals to maintain strength, strengthen the immune system and regulate metabolism,
  • omega-3 / omega-6 fatty acids in the optimal ratio of 1: 3 - additional anti-inflammatory effect, normalization of the nervous and cardiovascular systems.

The Resource Diabetes Plus mixture is intended for the diet therapy of patients with impaired carbohydrate metabolism and malnutrition or the risk of its development:

  • stress-induced hyperglycemia,
  • malnutrition in patients with diabetes,
  • impaired glucose tolerance,
  • type 1 and type 2 diabetes
  • obesity with metabolic syndrome and insulin resistance,
  • correction of nutritional status in patients with diabetes mellitus after injuries, operations, acute and chronic diseases.

The mixture is intended for probe and oral administration.

Resource Diabetes Plus is prescribed to children from 6 years and adults for 1-3 bottles / day as an additional food, or on the recommendation of a doctor if the mixture is used as the sole source of nutrition.

RESOURCE ® DIABET PLUS RESOURCE PLUS instructions for use

Specialized product of dietary preventive nutrition with strawberry flavor

Composition: water, modified tapioca starch, milk protein, rapeseed oil, dietary fiber (partially hydrolyzed guar gum, gum arabic, fructooligosaccharides, inulin), isomaltulose, emulsifier (E471), minerals (potassium chloride, magnesium citrate, ferrous sulfate, zinc sulfate, manganese sulfate, sodium fluoride, sodium selenate, chromium chloride, sodium molybdate, potassium iodide), acidity regulator (Е524), vitamins (A, D, K, C, B1, AT2, AT6, niacin, folic acid, V12, pantothenic acid, biotin, E), sweetener (Е950), dye (Е120).

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Specialty dietary preventive nutrition product with vanilla flavor

Composition: water, modified tapioca starch, milk protein, rapeseed oil, dietary fiber (partially hydrolyzed guar gum, gum arabic, fructooligosaccharides, inulin), isomaltulose, emulsifier (E471), minerals (potassium chloride, magnesium citrate, ferrous sulfate, zinc sulfate, manganese sulfate, sodium fluoride, sodium selenate, chromium chloride, sodium molybdate, potassium iodide), acidity regulator (Е524), vitamins (C, E, niacin, pantothenic acid, B6, AT1, A, b2, D, K, folic acid, B12, biotin), sweetener (E950), dye (E120).

Gluten free. Does not contain clinically significant amounts of lactose.

200 ml - small bottles (4).

Diabetes Plus Resource Blend is a specialized dietary preventive nutrition product, high-calorie ready-to-use high-grade liquid mixture containing the complex of food prebiotic fibers Prebio1 + in combination with PHGG fibers, isomaltose, with a high protein content (9 g / 100 ml). Designed for patients with diabetes or impaired glucose tolerance, incl. in combination with obesity.

The complex of dietary fibers Prebio1 + and PHGG-fibers help to slow down the absorption of carbohydrates in the intestine, increase the time of passage of food, improve the condition of the intestinal wall and restore the microbiota.

The mixture can be used as an additive to the daily diet, the substitution of one of the meals or as a snack. If necessary, the Resource Diabetes Plus mixture can be used as a complete replacement of the diet (orally or orally).

Due to its composition, Resource Diabetes Plus helps improve glycemia and lipid control, normalize intestinal microflora and gastrointestinal function, preserve muscle mass, prevent micro- and macrovascular complications of diabetes, which has been proven in clinical studies.

The Resource Diabetes Plus mixture is intended for the diet therapy of patients with impaired carbohydrate metabolism and malnutrition or the risk of its development:

  • stress-induced hyperglycemia,
  • malnutrition in patients with diabetes,
  • impaired glucose tolerance,
  • type 1 and type 2 diabetes
  • obesity with metabolic syndrome and insulin resistance,
  • correction of nutritional status in patients with diabetes mellitus after injuries, operations, acute and chronic diseases.

The mixture is intended for probe and oral administration.

Resource Diabetes Plus is prescribed children from 6 years old and adults 1-3 bottles / day as an additional food, or on the recommendation of a doctor, if the mixture is used as the sole source of food.

Effective recovery in diabetes: Nestlé introduces a new diet product

In Russia, 4.5 million people are diagnosed with diabetes. Experts believe that about the same number of people do not know that they have diabetes, and every fifth is at risk. Nutrition - one of the main therapeutic factors in diabetes. Both doctors and guests present noted that people with diabetes are forced to change their lifestyle and adhere to certain rules. Compliance with the fractional diet (5-6 times a day), the restriction of carbohydrates, fat and calorie foods often complicate life.

The second important point is the need for continuous monitoring of the glucose level with the help of special devices - glucometers, and this has to be done up to 10 times a day in order to avoid blood sugar jumps.

Resource Diabet Plus is designed to meet the metabolic and nutritional needs of people with diabetes.

Singer Cornelia Mango, who was present at the presentation of the product, told her life story with diabetes and noted that the product can be very convenient in situations where it is not possible to observe a normal diet.

One bottle of the product (200 ml) for nutritional value replaces a full meal and replenishes 320 kcal of energy. The high content of milk proteins (9 g / 100 ml), a balanced composition of fats and a special composition of carbohydrates with a predominance of slow carbohydrates can effectively fill the nutritional deficit without fear of dangerous sugar jumps. Special dietary fiber in the product contributes to the normalization of the bowels and improve the control of blood glucose levels.

The new Resource Diabet Plus is presented in a convenient format — a compact 200 ml bottle that you can take with you wherever you go.
Resource Diabet Plus is a life force resource for diabetes.

Resource Diabet Plus - helps out when there is no time for a full meal

Nutrition in diabetes is not only the flow of resources into the body, but also a powerful deterrent to the development of the disease. Special diets help to avoid exacerbations, complications, and in many cases, improve well-being, achieving long-term remission. But following strict rules, buying special products and preparing them make life difficult. In order not to waste time searching, to live fully and at the same time feel better, special mixtures for diabetics come to the rescue.

With diabetes, dietary restrictions significantly reduce the variety of foods. The need to monitor the composition and glycemic index often lead to uniformity in the diet and the inevitable violations of the diet. Both are dangerous: deficiencies, deficiencies, vitamin deficiencies that cause new symptoms develop, and malnutrition provokes serious complications.

To avoid such difficulties, special formulations have been developed for patients with diabetes to fill all the needs of the body.

Resource Diabetes + (Nestlé) is a specially developed food for diabetes. The mixture is used for hyperglycemia or the risk of its development, as well as to improve well-being and prevent exacerbations. Ready drink can completely replace all meals or supplement a diet.

Resource Diabetes + - isokaloric mixture with a low glycemic index, which is used in the following conditions:

  • malnutrition,
  • impaired glucose tolerance,
  • diabetes mellitus type 1 and 2,
  • stress-induced hyperglycemia,
  • diabetes of pregnant women, other specific types of diabetes,
  • with increased protein requirements for injuries, burns, in the postoperative period,
  • with neurological, oncological diseases.

First of all, the mixture has a low glycemic index, which is extremely important in diabetes. A reduced amount of "correct" slow carbohydrates helps to get energy and to avoid an increase in blood sugar.

Recuperation is provided by a balanced composition of special fats and increased amounts of proteins, important nutritional components of diabetic patients.

For improved sugar control, Resource Diabetes + includes dietary fiber. Bifido and lactogenic effect of fibers reduces the risk of cardiac and vascular complications and improves digestion.

In addition to the benefits of a complete and balanced composition, Resource Diabetes + is also distinguished by another important feature: it is a really tasty cocktail that not only enriches the diet with the necessary nutrients, but also returns pleasure from nutrition.

Nestle Resource 2.0 + Fiber helps patients get a boost of energy at the right moment. The mixture enriched with proteins, vitamins and dietary fiber can be both a healthy snack and a full-fledged replacement for the traditional diet in weakened patients.

The mixture of Resource® Diabet Plus is a specialized product of dietary preventive nutrition for patients with diabetes or impaired glucose tolerance, including in combination with obesity. Ready-to-use high-grade liquid mixture containing the complex of food prebiotic fibers Prebio1 + in combination with PHGG fibers, isomalt, with a high protein content (whey proteins in combination with casein).

The complex of dietary fibers Prebio1 + and PHGG fibers help to slow down the absorption of carbohydrates in the intestines, increase the time of passage of food, improve the condition of the intestinal wall and restore the microbiota.The mixture can be used as an additive to the daily diet, the substitution of one of the meals or as a snack. If necessary, Resource® Diabet Plus can be used as a complete replacement of the diet (orally or orally).

Due to its composition, Resource® Diabet Plus contributes to improved glycemic and lipid control, normalization of intestinal microflora and gastrointestinal function, preservation of muscle mass, prevention of micro and macrovascular complications of diabetes mellitus, which has been proven in clinical studies. Two flavors: vanilla and strawberry. Can be used as the sole power source. For probe and oral administration.

Gluten free. Does not contain clinically significant amounts of lactose. Processed by ultrahigh temperature. Packed in a protective environment.

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In fact: fasting periods of up to 72-96 hours do not affect the metabolic rate. This may seem paradoxical, but the metabolic rate actually increases. If we turn to specific figures, studies have shown an increase of 3.6% - 10% after 36-48 hours.

In fact : “All scientists agree that 2 and 3 meals a day can help obese people better control cholesterol levels than split meals.” “Nutrition”, Michel Alencar

20.We are told: eat fractional to lose weight better.

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The author’s videos and articles contain a lot of useful information. However, the position on fractional feeding is surprising. Well talk: eat 2-3 times a day. It is not clear how to implement it in practice.

I will give an example from my diet:
1 meal: Spinach 100g, dill 50 g, parsley 50g, sunflower seeds 50g, tomatoes 200 g, red pepper 100g, sour cream 50g. only 600 gr.

2. food intake: cottage cheese 300g

3. food: Potatoes / broccoli / 300g

4. meal: Mussels 200g

5. food intake: Fish 300g, greens

It remains to understand how to cram it in 2-3 doses. There are mussels with cottage cheese, not otherwise.

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read normal materials with links to sources
1) the harm from fractional nutrition, while respecting BJU and calories not identified
2) there is no actual evidence that fractional nutrition is better than the classical rules
3) there is a significant part of people for whom fractional nutrition makes it easier to endure a diet or enter it (psychologically)
4) in the pre-diabetic phase, fractional nutrition shows a decrease in the average level of insulin, in other cases there is no

so do not torture yourself with a question 2 times or 6 times to eat, just find a comfortable balance, for me it is 4 meals and on this basis I expect how much I need to cram into these receptions

Avicenna about the diet

In food, do not be before any food
Know the exact time, place and order.
Calmly, slowly, without fuss
You should eat two times a day or two.

In hot days, I think it will be wise,
Hot food is saturated in the morning.
Eat if your hunger has felt
Food is needed to maintain strength.

Grind your teeth with food always,
It will be more useful, food will go in store.
In the company of a pleasant honor for the honor
There should be a cozy clean place.

My advice is good for it,
Who eats and drinks with dignity, in turn.

Slow food intake can be the key to losing weight?

“With good words for those who eat,” a new study offers a simple way to avoid gaining weight while on vacation: Eat slower. Two new studies have found that obese people eat more quickly than thin people, and men eat faster than women. In searching for the role of food standards in the amount of food consumed, researchers from the University of Rhode Island found that high-purity products — found in white bread, pasta, and potatoes — are eaten faster than the more wholesome whole grains. “We were surprised only by how quickly men ate,” said study author Kathleen Melanson, director of the University’s Energy Balance Laboratory. “The difference between the sexes is marked only in this. In part, this may be due to the fact that men have a larger oral cavity, but this may also be associated with higher energy needs. Another possibility may be related to social status — women may believe that they should eat more slowly. ”

Melancon, who is also an associate professor at the Department of Nutrition and Food, said she was pleased that, in her assessment of this study, she generally confirmed the claims of some other scientists that there are fast and slow eaters. The research was recently presented at the annual conference of the Society for the Prevention of Obesity in Orlando, Florida. In the first study, Melancon and her team found that eating quickly took about 3.1 ounces of food per minute, feeding at an average speed ate 2.5 ounces per minute, and slow eaters consumed 2 ounces per minute. Men consumed about 80 calories per minute, while women took about 52. Interestingly, men who call themselves slow eaters ate at about the same speed as women who consider themselves fast eaters, Melanson said.

The results were “very generalized in value ... it is supported by research that has already been done, so the study is not exceptionally new and innovative,” said Lona Sandon, an associate professor at the Department of Clinical Nutrition at Southwest Texas State University in Dallas. “To a large extent, it brings us back to the realization of the need for careful eating of our food and its true tasting. We eat very quickly and do not even notice the taste of food. ”

The second study found a close relationship between the level of nutrition and body mass index (BMI), with the conclusion that high BMI is more typical for people who eat faster than low. (BMI is a matching index based on height and weight). The researchers also observed that participants eating flour products from unprocessed cereals - bread and toast from whole grains - ate much slower than using similar dishes, but made from refined grains.

"Whole grains require more chewing, as well as initial digestion in the mouth," said Sandon. "If you eat a product that is thoroughly processed, you don’t need much effort to digest it ... while the onset of the destruction of whole grains requires something more." But can those who eat quickly, train themselves to eat slowly? Melancon and Sandon agree that this is a controversial issue.

“I believe that changes in the rate of food intake will not be easy because it (the pace) seems to be an extremely innate characteristic,” said Melancon. But it is necessary to try. “The additional time that food stays in the mouth can potentially give the effect of the fullness of our sensations. If I may say so, let the body register what exactly you are eating. Let food get into your stomach before the next bite. ” The research presented at the scientific conference before publication in a specialized medical publication should be considered preliminary.

15 studies that say: do not need to eat fractional!

How many times have you heard that fractional nutrition is the key to successful weight loss? I am sure that far from one. Ask the first comer - and he can answer you: "To lose weight, you need to eat often and in small portions."

This is written in fitness books, in women's magazines this is the number one recommendation. But how true is it?

Let's see what is attributed to fractional nutrition, and how true it is.

  1. Fractional nutrition maintains normal blood sugar. As a result, there is no feeling of hunger. Yes it's true. But only in part. If you eat fractional, but with a small calorie - the feeling of hunger still will not go anywhere. And in this study it is said that the blood sugar level in the interval of 24 hours with fractional (17 meals) and three meals a day was the same. No changes.
  2. Fractional power gives a higher thermal effect.. The thermal effect is the amount of energy that we spend on digesting food. Yes, in a short period of time (3-4 hours) the thermal effect will be higher, because with split meals you will have 2 meals, and with a normal one you will have one. For example. But if you stretch the period to a day, there will be no difference. Here in this study states that there is no connection between the frequency of food intake and energy expenditure.
  3. Fractional nutrition spins up metabolism. This idea comes from the following theory: if there is rarely that the level of metabolism decreases. In fact, the metabolism does not decrease even after a 36-hour fast, so do not be afraid. International Society of Sports Nutrition states: split meals do not lead to changes in metabolism.
  4. Fractional nutrition fights overeating. The idea is as follows: when you do not eat for a long time, you throw on food and cannot stop in time. But this will not happen if your daily calorie content is within the normal range (28 Kk per 1 kg of body weight) and proteins, complex carbohydrates and fiber are present in each meal. In addition, constantly eating something, you suppress the feeling of hunger - and this is dangerous.
  5. Fractional nutrition helps maintain body weight. Again, the previous thought: you do not overeat, and therefore do not gain weight. But if you do not control calories, no one can guarantee that over time your fractional portions will not become more. And they are likely to become. And you will start to gain weight even with fractional nutrition. For example, this study states that the frequency of eating is not important for losing weight.
  6. Fractional nutrition contributes to weight loss.. In fact, weight loss contributes to a calorie deficit. When a person begins to eat fractional, he first starts to eat less - and this forms a calorie deficit. And contributes to weight loss. Moreover: here is a study that says that fractional nutrition can lead to obesity.
  7. Fractional nutrition does not stretch the stomach. That's nonsense. The stomach is made up of muscle tissue. The same as, for example, the bladder. It can stretch and shrink depending on the conditions.

In addition, I managed to find only 1 study in which fractional nutrition actually showed the best results in losing weight. But here, not everything goes smoothly: groups did not count calories . As a result, the group with fractional power consumed about 2,129 Kk, and the group with the usual - 2 472 Kk. Of course, the group with fractional nutrition lost weight faster.

But if the caloric intake in both groups were the same, the results would also be identical.

In conclusion, I want to say that regular meals contribute to a positive psychological climate in the family, improve self-esteem and school grades.

I will give everything in a crowd.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9155494
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8399092
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18053311
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8863008
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12973474
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2674713
http://www.pjbs.org/pjnonline/fin350.pdf is on rats
http://www.researchgate.net/publication/50408570_International_Society_of_Sports_Nutrition_position_stand_meal_frequency

Conclusion: There is NO difference how often there is (for muscle metabolism and fat metabolism).

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24668862 - regular snacking leads to obesity

The frequency of food intake does not affect insulin production:

http://www.pjbs.org/pjnonline/fin350.pdf - there is no difference in weight gain

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25231499 - 3 meals a day leads to a greater release of insulin - important when gaining weight

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20113388 - a different combination of macronutrients does not affect insulin production

1 study in which fractional food taxis

Regular meals contribute to a normal psychological mood in the family.

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«Eat at least every 3 hours», «Frequent meals are the key to losing weight.», «Eat more often, but less"- at least one of these tips heard each of us. From television screens, in fashion magazines, and even from the lips of professional fitness trainers, these statements have sounded like an axiom for many years, and meanwhile, research has long denied this misconception. Fractional nutrition is not only not effective for losing weight, but can even be dangerous.

Many people believe that frequent, but smaller meals, increase the metabolic rate, but no scientific evidence for this phenomenon is not given. With frequent meals, the hunger hormone, ghrelin, is produced less, which in theory prevents overeating. In fact, the body is able to endure fasting periods of up to 72 hours without losing the metabolic rate.

Fractional nutrition will not force your body to burn more calories. Frequent meals only help to maintain the metabolism at the same level throughout the day. For the process of losing weight, it is only important the number of calories you consumed per day, and whether it will be 6 meals of 300 kcal or 3 doses of 600 does not affect the speed of losing weight.

Frequent argument in favor of fractional nutrition - the harm of starvation. This is true for many people who do not follow the food: in the morning we grab something to raid or get along with a cup of coffee, because we have neither time nor desire to prepare a full meal, we also do not have time for meals, and in the evening, as a rule, for the night, we gorge ourselves. Such large periods of fasting, of course, badly affect both health and the process of losing weight in general. However, this does not mean that it is necessary to constantly “throw coal” into our metabolism furnace and be afraid of the state of hunger - this is a natural state that is necessary for vital processes. Scientific studies, in general, do not reveal the relationship of the frequency of meals with saturation, so if you eat 3 times a day, not having time to get hungry, do you need to eat more often?

As already mentioned, with fractional nutrition, the hormone of hunger, ghrelin, does not have time to be produced, and therefore, sitting at the table, you can be sure that you do not eat a lot. And this is the most misleading. First, if you are not feeling hungry, do you need to eat? Secondly, how can you understand if you ate, if you were not hungry from the very beginning? This is an important function of the hormone - it tells you when to Sit at the table, and only in connection with the hunger hormone does the saturation hormone - leptin. Snacking without appetite, it is very easy to exceed the daily caloric content, because the hormonal function of saturation is disturbed.

It turned out that fractional nutrition can adversely affect the process of losing weight. Every meal, even the smallest, causes insulin to be released into the bloodstream, which blocks fat loss. The insulin level returns to its original level only 3 hours after meals, during which time the consumption of fat is blocked. If you eat more often, you will never burn fat. Nutrition should be regular, but not too frequent - periods of hunger are necessary to maintain health and normal body weight.

Very often, fractional nutrition is also attributed to a beneficial effect on overall health and well-being. In some cases, having a good snack
positive effect, especially if before that the person was eating irregularly. But this is a placebo effect.

As already mentioned, the state of hunger is necessary to maintain hormonal regulation of nutrition. The body needs rest periods from digesting food, besides the digestive glands do not have time to produce digestive enzymes.Constant high insulin levels lead to fat accumulation, and the liver has to put off excess glycogen while under constant stress. With fractional nutrition, the level of endotoxins increases.

Fractional nutrition has long been considered an effective method of losing weight and part of a healthy lifestyle. However, numerous studies conducted recently have proved not only the futility of fractional nutrition for weight loss, but even the harm of so many meals.

Many people are accustomed to assume that fractional means proper nutrition. Increasing the number of meals up to 5-6 per day was positioned as the only correct one and was opposed to two or three meals. Why did fractional nutrition for so long been part of what we call effective diets? And what about the reality?

Everyone who asks a question: how to lose weight, remember about the fractional diet that it speeds up the metabolism. However, you should know that the metabolism is accelerated only at the time when there is digestion of food. So fractional nutrition has almost nothing to do with metabolism.

Fractional nutrition is traditionally recommended for anyone who aims to lose weight. However, British researchers from the clinic at the University of Coventry have experimentally proved that the number of meals does not matter for weight loss. The author of the work on this topic, Milan Kumar Piilla, notes that only the total amount of calories consumed is important, but not the number of meals per day.

So to solve the problem of obesity fractional nutrition does not help. To achieve the desired result, it is necessary to reduce the caloric intake and increase physical activity.

It is believed that an increase in the number of meals has a positive effect on reducing appetite. However, experts from the department of diets and nutrition at the University of Kansas Medical Center (USA) proved that a person feels less satiated if he eats six times a day instead of the usual three.

Lack of a feeling of satiety (myth 3) makes a person, first, think more about food (after all, hunger, though not strong, still makes itself felt). Secondly, the lack of saturation leads to additional snacks, which means an increased consumption of calories in comparison with those who eat two or three meals a day.

It is believed that due to the "modesty" portion with a fractional diet on the body lays less load. However, in reality, due to the frequency of meals, the body almost does not rest - a person eats or snacks all day. And, by the way, the body also needs rest. More importantly, during the period when a person does not eat, the process of cleaning cells from decay products occurs. So if you eat all day, you just do not allow the body to clean, which increases the risk of inflammatory processes and various diseases.

As for people suffering from obesity, they already have an increased risk of inflammation due to the high level of endotoxins in the blood (substances that form when bacterial cells break down). By the way, it is precisely the high level of toxins that is associated with the risk of diseases such as cardiovascular diseases and type 2 diabetes. So overweight people are generally contraindicated in overweight people, as they not only do not help to lose weight, but also harm health.

Thus, recent studies on the topic of fractional power show the complete inconsistency of this approach.

Ecology of health: Snacks for most of us have become an integral part of life, and for some it is in principle a daily diet. And even advertising “supports”: “Pause, eat,” “You are not you when you are hungry,” “Do not brake.” But nutritionists say in one voice: if you want to lose weight and not harm your health, eat a little, but often. Five or six times a day. And you become thoughtful, it turns out that you need to chew something all day. Is it so? Let's figure it out together.

Snacks for most of us have become an integral part of life, and for some - in principle, this is a daily diet. And even advertising “supports”: “Pause, eat,” “You are not you when you are hungry,” “Do not brake.” But nutritionists say in one voice: if you want to lose weight and not harm your health, eat a little, but often. Five or six times a day. And you become thoughtful, it turns out that you need to chew something all day. Is it so? Let's figure it out together.

Let me remind you that in the world there are about 15 thousand diets, as they say, for any weight, taste and wallet. But research on finding the "ideal" diet does not stop for a minute, and in recent years, scientists are increasingly interested in the correctness of the concept of frequent fractional feeding.

This style of food is preferred not only by professional athletes (in particular, bodybuilders), but even the “stars” tell us that they lose weight solely because they often eat little. And ordinary people believe in it, without thinking, is it all just and right.

Let's think about it. To begin with, on what "soil" this theory of fractional nutrition has grown. In general, everything new is well forgotten old. Remember your kindergarten years, and some pioneering years with their breakfasts, second breakfasts, lunches, afternoon snacks, dinners, late dinners. Well, then everything was clear: in kindergarten or a summer camp, children were accepted “by weight”, and God forbid, at the end of the shift the squad will not “recover”! Now, fortunately, a slightly different approach to understanding the weight of children.

Further, one of the advantages of frequent fractional feeding is the absence of large gaps between meals.that leads to almost even blood sugar levels, without jumps and insulin spikes. And one more plus - uniform load on the gallbladder, which helps to avoid stagnation of bileleading not only to the formation of stones in the bile-excreting paths, but also constipation, because, as you know, bile is the best natural stimulator of intestinal peristalsis.

Now about the myths. One of the stable statements, thanks to which fractional nutrition has so many adherents, is the statement that it allegedly speeds up the metabolic process, as if in this case the body spends significantly more calories. I think this statement went out of bodybuilding, because it is these athletes who use this feature to effectively burn fat or build muscle.

Video: Nutritionists have debunked the myth about the benefits of fractional nutrition.

If we return to biochemistry, then we can recall such a concept as the specifically dynamic effect of food, or, more simply, the amount of energy that the body spends on the digestion and absorption of nutrients from foodand. And this amount of energy is 20-30% of calories for protein digestion, about 5-10% for carbohydrates and about 3% is spent on fats, that is, on average, 10% of the total calorie intake goes to the digestion of food in general. However, in the course of food thermodynamics nothing is said about the number of meals, but only about the total number of calories consumed. Agree, mathematics is a stubborn thing: if during the day you consume about 1800 kcal, for example, then there is no difference - six doses of 300 kcal, or three doses of 600, in any case, 180 kcal will take to digest this food per day!

So, neither a decrease nor an increase in the number of meals will affect the process of burning calories., because the main thing in this case is the amount of calories consumed.

And not so long ago I came across a very interesting study, during which they found out that fasting in Ramadan is safe for most diabetics with properly adjusted doses of drugs. That is, one or two meals at night (!) Do not bring harm even to diabetics. Another study by Czech scientists showed that for patients with diabetes of the second type, two large meals per day are preferable than six small ones.

The conclusion of researchers turns our ideas about the number of meals upside down: “If there is only breakfast and lunch, then the body weight, fat content in the liver, plasma glucose, C-peptide and glucagon decrease. These results suggest that for patients with type 2 diabetes, splitting meals for breakfast and lunch may be more beneficial than splitting into six portions. ”

Interesting, but for healthy people? And it explored! A study by the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases in August 2018 concluded: frequent snacking leads to obesity and fatty liver.

Another myth is that fractional nutrition contributes to weight loss, ostensibly allowing you to reduce the feeling of hunger.. But here is also a moot point! It all depends on what you eat, and if these are “fast” carbohydrates, then the feeling of hunger will hardly diminish, and often, on the contrary, it will grow. After all, “fast” carbohydrates as quickly raise the level of sugar in the blood, and quickly reduce it, aggravating hunger.

And, as you know, weight loss goes with a negative balance of calories, and we found out above that fractional nutrition does not have any effect on the energy balance, which means there will be no long-awaited weight loss.

Further, the tips to eat fractional during the day, in order to prevent the feeling of hunger does not fit in with the principles of intuitive nutrition.when it is recommended when there is a feeling of natural hunger. And we “force-feed” ourselves, and the digestive system, instead of getting unloading, is in constant work.

In addition, the theory of fractional nutrition poorly takes into account the time of digestion of certain products.After all, if it takes 20-40 minutes to digest drinks and juices, then, for example, it can take from three to six hours to digest meat. And it is unlikely that it will be useful to our stomach and intestines, when a new portion of fresh food “falls” on undigested food.

And now the most difficult for perception, but perhaps the most important in understanding how often you need to eat. We have already recalled many times insulin is a pancreatic hormone that affects your body's ability to burn fat. Briefly recall. When we eat, the insulin level rises, glucose moves to the cells, where it must be utilized for energy. Insulin causes an increase in the level of leptin - a hormone "full", which is produced by fat cells.. Leptin signals the brain that we are full and gives the command of the pancreas to stop the release of insulin. Glucose levels return to normal, insulin decreases, and leptin triggers fat burning.

It takes some time after a meal, the blood sugar level drops even lower, and the hormone glucagon, which mobilizes a store of calories (fat and glycogen), enters into a “battle” and you feel full before the next meal.

As a rule, peak insulin levels are reached within 30 minutes after eating and return to normal levels within 3 hours.after which leptin is taken to work. Ideally, in a healthy person, insulin sends 60% of the calories from food to the liver to replenish the glycogen depot, which is used primarily at any load, and sends the remaining 40% of glucose and amino acids to the same glycogen depot, but located in muscle cells and cells vital organs that use glucose for fuel and amino acids for growth and recovery.

And here we are waiting for a trick. If you eat every 2 to 3 hours, as most diets recommend, your insulin level will never return to normal levels, and you will never begin to burn fat!

When you eat often, in small portions throughout the day, insulin levels remain elevated throughout the day., causing not only fat accumulation, but also eventually leads to insulin resistance. This means that your cells will no longer respond to insulin and will not “open the door” for glucose intake.. As a result, you will accumulate more and more fat, and at the same time, the cells will receive less energy, you will feel tired and constantly want to “recharge” a new portion of food. There will be a vicious vicious circle.

But this is not the worst! Insulin resistance not only leads to weight gain, especially around the abdomen, but leads to an increase in the "stiffness" of the artery walls, an increase in blood pressure, the occurrence and aggravation of systemic inflammation, and ultimately to cardiovascular diseases, such as heart attack and stroke, and to type 2 diabetes.

Therefore if a person is healthy and everything in the body is working correctly, then after a normal meal there is no urgent need for snacking. An adult is quite capable of withstanding breaks between meals at 4-5 hours.

In addition, snacking between meals, causing additional insulin secretion, inhibits glucagon secretion, and also increases leptin levels, which leads to leptin resistance - a condition in which the brain and pancreas no longer hears the signal from leptin to "turn off" the appetite and reduce insulin secretion.

Numerous studies show that on average, the “path” of food from the stomach to the duodenum takes about four hours. I repeat, on average! If there is in between meals, some “leftovers” from the original meals can still remain in the stomach for 14-16 hours. Eating between meals will thus contribute to fermentation, rotting and gas formation in the intestines..

However, split meals can be useful in some cases:

with diseases of the digestive tract - acute gastritis, colitis, enterocolitis, with exacerbations of pancreatitis, gallstone disease.

with intense physical exertion for weight loss. Here, physical loads are the key ones, and fractional nutrition (mainly low-carb, high-protein) is the supplier of essential amino acids for the synthesis of muscle protein.

bodybuilders. Such a diet of 5-6, and sometimes up to 8 times a day, has long and firmly entered the arsenal of training bodybuilders for competitions. Insulin is known to be an anabolic hormone that enhances cell division and tissue growth. In fact, it is even more anabolic than growth hormone, although it’s a very “unintelligible” anabolic, and it doesn’t matter to it to accumulate fat or increase muscle mass. And because bodybuilders to build muscle, tend to constantly high levels of insulin throughout the day, especially immediately after a workout, because At this time, muscle cell membranes are especially permeable to insulin and all that it carries with it (for example, glucose, BCAA).

But, if our goal is only fat loss, then you need to ensure that throughout the day there is a low level of insulin. Physiologically speaking, it is impossible to burn fat and pump up muscles at the same time, because one process is catabolic (fat loss) and the other is anabolic (muscle building).

But, if you eat every 2 to 3 hours a little, as we said above, your insulin level will never return to normal levels and you will never start to burn fat. On the other hand, even if you are not interested in building muscle, it is still very important to initiate at least some kind of insulin production after strength training. This will stop training-induced catabolism, as well as direct glucose and amino acids into muscle cells. Otherwise, you will lose valuable muscle tissue, and, therefore, interfere with the metabolic mechanism that burns fat.

I love Ayurveda very much, and I want to bring the ancient Indian wisdom: yogis (looking for happiness inside) eat once a day, bhogi (ordinary people who seek happiness outside) - twice a day, horns (sick people - one who cannot to achieve satisfaction, and therefore all the time is in suffering) - three times a day.But, who eats four times a day, that drohi (greedy man).

Therefore, the conclusion is clear: do not listen to nutritionists, athletes or stars, but listen exclusively to yourself. It all depends only on the individual characteristics of the organism: someone satisfies hunger with frequent snacks, and someone needs only three meals to feel full all day. published by econet.ru

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