As we wait for a fresh start in the new year, the season of fitness determinations, diets and health goals is knocking on our doors. Like every year, we make promises to ourselves (we also make promises to partners, fitness trainers, gym buddies, nutritionists, neighbors, etc.) to do better than last year, to never give up. However, 95% of him who tries to lose weight is unsuccessful, and this is a survey statistic (not a complete secret, by the way).
This is not to discourage you, but to do better, you need to know what, why, and how your body does. , if you were focusing on “calorie theory” (eating less and doing more mantras), if you were indulging in “flipping” every new diet trend on the market and why it doesn’t work If you’re wondering, you’ve come to the right place.
So take a deep breath and fasten your seat belt. Because we take you to a place that has existed since you were born. Unfortunately you are not aware of it. how is it? Social media, news headlines, and food companies keep you busy (and distracted) with fake jargon so they can sell you diets and products. If you want a long-term solution, ladies and gentlemen, it’s time to shift your focus to the human gut microbiome.
In an interview with HT Lifestyle, nutritionist and gut microbiome specialist Munmun Ganerival explains: Rainforest? In fact, our gut microbiome is he one of the densest microbial habitats on the planet. Still, we care little about it. If he were to line up the bacteria from end to end, he would go around the earth 2.5 times. If, throughout the course of human evolution, our bodies chose to retain these bacteria, then very often, they must certainly be important, right? “
She said, “Studies show that, one way or another, up to 90% of all diseases (yes, obesity is a disease too) can be traced back to gut microbiome health. We’ve turned it into a power issue, but it’s actually possible that microbes in your body regulate the hormones in your brain that signal satiety, and an imbalance in these microbes could be causing you to overeat. Research shows that the number of calories we get from the food we eat depends on the bacteria in our gut, which was shown in 2013 by a scientist at the University of Washington in St. Louis. In their study, gut microbes were taken from identical human female twins. One of the twins was obese and the other was lean.We then transferred these organisms to germ-free mice in a sterile environment.All mice were fed the same diet and under the same conditions. However, mice given the ‘obesity microbe’ became obese and began to exhibit glucose intolerance similar to obese donors, whereas mice given the ‘lean microbe’ remained lean. I’m fine. “
She emphasized that the research has yielded important revelations. If we’re really concerned about losing weight, stop obsessing over calories and remember that the microbes that live in our gut ultimately determine the fate of our weight (and health). must be She warns: Eat this, not that, etc. Our body brain, our internal microbiome, the food we eat, and the various elements of our lifestyle instead interact with each other in multiple dimensions. There is nothing more empowering than knowing that you have the ability to turn your microbes around.
A health expert said: Please let me explain. It’s a myth that simply eating more fermented foods and including probiotics in your diet can help rebuild a robust microbiome. Eating a few bowls of yogurt won’t help restore your body’s ecosystem, just as you can’t expect it to. ”
She suggested: This will boost your metabolism, eliminate cravings, and of course, help you lose weight. Diversity is key. Recent findings from the American Gut Project show that the more diverse your diet, the more diverse your microbiome. This means that there are many different types of bacteria. Unfortunately, today’s diet culture preaches food elimination instead of encouraging a varied, healthy, and balanced diet.
She affirmed: It’s about “inclusion,” not “exclusion,” but even if you simply include whole grains, lentils, fruits, vegetables, etc. and believe you’re eating healthy, they’re all the same kind. It won’t work unless you make sure it’s not… time. For example, if you eat fish on a regular basis, always make sure it is not basa, surmai, or rawas. We have thousands of species in our coastal waters and deep waters, but we are unaware of most of them. . The good thing is that trying to eat different things makes it easier on the pocket too! Most of them are not well known and therefore do not sell for exorbitant prices. I think it’s a win-win situation for you. what are you looking for We hope you will make changes this New Year. Good luck! “