Bread, potatoes and pasta are becoming an endangered species on the table of those who are attentive to line. Rich in carbohydrates and sugar, they are accused to be fat and cause hunger pangs. Â«It is not in this way and banish them from the diet is a mistakeÂ», Agostino Grassi, nutritionist and secretary of the Mediterranean Diet Foundation, says. Â«Eating the right amount associated with proteins is possible lose weight and maintain the lean body massÂ». This is demonstrated by a recent study published in The New England Journal of Medicine. Â«Overdoing with protein, as suggested by the most popular diets, without providing enough sugar, is counterproductive, because to obtain them the body begins to dismantle the lean massÂ». So, go ahead to carbohydrates, but choosing those one with content glycemic index (GI).
An alleged interview on this field with Dr. Grassi, appeared in the magazine “Starbene”.