Comedian and actress Betty White will celebrate 96 years of good health, and arguably in a better mood, and a supposedly "bad" diet of chips, sausages and vodka next week. Recent years have seen a lively interest in health. , and especially healthy diets, since the obesity epidemic takes more and more lives every year. Fitty's favorite foods would shake most nutritionists, but there is evidence that she is not the only one who thinks eating happily could have the health advantage of eating (and drinking without alcohol). We analyze what seems to be wrong with Betty's habits, and why they are so correct. Food Time? More like meals when you have time. Science says: Never skip breakfast, have an abundant and balanced lunch, do not overdo dinner. Betty says, "I'm not a big breakfast eater," she wrote in her Harper & # 39; s Bazaar 2014 article. The first meal of the day drew a lot of attention last year when the American Heart Association made a statement that the People who skipped breakfast were more likely to be obese and had a 27 percent risk of heart disease. But Betty was not listening, and it does not seem to be worse. In 1995, he has never had a heart attack, nor have there been reports of other cardiovascular problems for the Hot In Cleveland icon. However, intermittent fasting has also been news in the media. new form of diet. Betty's breakfast is skipped, no doubt, it's not an intentional fast, but maybe it's working the same way for her. At lunchtime, Betty has written that she will have a sandwich, an option that most dietitians would support. Reasons for doing so may be what really makes your lunch menu healthy. White is a busy woman. She is still acting, as she has done for more than 70 years, and when she is not performing, she volunteers with her beloved animals at the Los Angeles Zoo. Therefore, it is unlikely that you will have time for much more than a sandwich, and research has shown that continuing to work and keep busy is linked to a longer life. A study by the University of Oregon found that those who worked even one year after their 65th birthday were 11 percent less likely to die. The (fast) foods that feed Betty White may not be that bad. Nutritionists say: Eat leafy greens, fresh fruits, low carb and unprocessed foods or sugary drinks. Betty says: Pass the fries, give me the hot dogs and a Diet Coke will wash it all Last year, a study by the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that eating chips, specifically fried as chips or chips, and no other potatoes , was related to twice the risk of premature death. Meanwhile, World Health O The organization stated that red or processed meats, such as hot dogs, are possible carcinogens, and numerous studies have diet drinks for health problems such as type 2 diabetes and metabolic problems. But in his book The Bad Food Bible, a professor of pediatrics and a nutritionist rebel, Dr. Aaron Carroll points out that studies do not necessarily corroborate such broad statements.
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