Doctor Volkova named cheese among the fatty foods necessary for weight loss

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Doctor Ekaterina Volkova: healthy fats should be consumed in the morning, they are necessary for the production of sex hormones.

Doctor Volkova said that people Those seeking to lose weight should not resort to radical restrictions in the diet. For example, you should not categorically give up fat.

“Pressing oneself into strict limits in an attempt to lose weight, instead of the long-awaited weight loss, a person gets a breakdown, loss of self-confidence and a setback on the scales,” warned doctor Ekaterina Volkova in her Telegram channel.
She emphasized that by making the right choice of fatty foods, weight loss attempts become more effective. High-quality natural fat in the right amount has a beneficial effect on the production of hormones that stimulate metabolism. Doctor Volkova named cheese and nuts among the fatty foods necessary for weight loss. Eating them helps fight cravings for high-calorie and sugary treats.

“Healthy fats are essential (especially in the morning) for building sex hormones and cortisol. The brain wants chocolate – we give 30 grams of nuts or a piece of cheese, it will calm down,” the specialist stated.
The doctor noted that if the desire to eat something sweet is very strong, you can afford it – you just need to monitor the quantity, the total calorie content of the diet. Volkova recommended eating natural desserts without added sugar in the form of fruit purees, jellies, marshmallows, marshmallows.

The doctor added that to prevent overeating during the day, it is important to have a proper breakfast. Volkova advised using such products as whole grain oatmeal, fruits, nuts, whole grain bread, cheese, turkey, eggs for preparing breakfast dishes.

Earlier, the portal wrote that too frequent snacking during the day leads to to the development of insulin resistance.

Important! Information is provided for reference purposes. Ask a specialist about contraindications and side effects and under no circumstances self-medicate. At the first signs of illness, consult a doctor.

Ekaterina Volkova Ekaterina Volkova Healthy lifestyle, endocrinologist