Fashion for a slim and fit figure does its job - we all follow diets from time to time.
But a few holidays can wipe out your efforts, and the reason is alcohol consumption.
The most important negative effect is dehydration. In this case, the cells lose not only water, but also the minerals and trace elements we need, which play an important role in metabolism and, therefore, in weight loss or gain.
Under the influence of alcohol, a person easily breaks prohibitions, eats much more than he intended, and more satisfying dishes. As a product, alcohol has no nutritional value, our body will spend calories from it in the first place, but all the rest received with it will be put aside.
Alcohol has been shown to lower testosterone levels and impair digestion, which also leads to weight gain in return for the desired weight loss.
Obviously, sweet liquor is very high in calories and shouldn't be allowed on a diet. Ethyl alcohol itself has 710 kcal per 100 grams, which means that all spirits are also high in calories.
Foods excluded from the diet include all sweet, semi-sweet and fortified wines, champagne, liqueurs, and Cahors. It is better not to consume beer at all during weight loss: despite its low nutritional value, it contains phytoestrogens, slows down metabolism and promotes the growth of adipose tissue in the body.
It is permissible to drink one or two glasses of dry wine, approximately 150-200 ml in volume. The wine can be red or white, depending on your preferences, with a strength of 7-11%.
If you are watching your weight, choose for snacks:
To reduce the overall harm from alcohol exposure, the most important thing is not to abuse it, not to drink too much. Try to refrain from strong and sugary alcoholic drinks.
If you do participate in a feast, eat foods that contain protein.