Foods and drinks to avoid to avoid gaining weight in the winter
Foods and drinks that are recommended to be avoided in order to avoid gaining weight in the winter because the biggest health problems facing the majority in the winter season is the noticeable
weight gain. Also, winter is not a suitable period for exercising because there is not enough time. Which ultimately leads to the accumulation of fat in the body and obesity.
What foods and drinks are recommended to avoid winter weight gain and control unwanted weight gain?
Foods and drinks recommended to avoid to avoid gaining weight in the winter
Obesity and thinness consultant and nutrition expert, Hani Jubran, told Sky News Arabia that winter is accompanied by a greater appetite for food, and this increases the likelihood of weight gain.
Gibran recommends exercising regularly during the winter, dividing the main meals into 6 per day, meaning a meal every three hours to
avoid weight gain, in addition to following a healthy diet rich in substances that contribute to heating the body, without being high in calories.
The best and worst drinks of winter
The most important drink that causes weight gain in winter is sahlab, which contains starch, milk and nuts. The most important drinks that are recommended to be taken to avoid weight gain in the winter are cinnamon and ginger.
They are hot drinks that give a feeling of warmth and are low in calories, in addition to hot lemon, or "Homs Sham", but in moderation. Also, it is recommended to eat natural juices with fewer calories.
Gibran warned against eating too much soup that contains "cream", and warned against excessive consumption of chicken and meat soup.
The best and worst foods in winter
Nutrition expert Gibran points out the importance of eating citrus fruits, especially oranges, because they give the body a feeling of
satiety, and it is recommended that they be eaten and not consumed as juices, in order to benefit from the fibers in order to feel full.
It is also advised to eat fat-free foods, to stay away from white bread, and to rely on whole-grain bread, with more vegetables that help to feel warm, provided that they are low in calories.
As for the foods that are recommended to be avoided in the winter, Gibran advises avoiding foods that contain high levels of sugar, such as eastern and western sweets, especially as they help give the body a feeling of warmth.