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According to research, the largest number of obese women in Europe is in England, and local men also occupy the top of this notorious list. It seems that only the Maltese are obese. Does this mean that a fatty and calorie breakfast is not good for the health of the islanders?
– Exactly. In the period of 30-40 years, the aging process begins. We must then realize that at the age of our body all cells, organs begin to function a little worse and there is a greater risk of various diseases. The pancreas, liver and diet work a little worse, we also have less saliva secretion and some enzymes … That is why this is the time when we should focus especially on our diet – says Master Magdalena Siuba-Strzelińska, clinical nutritionist and college graduate Human Nutrition and Consumer Sciences at Warsaw University of Life Sciences.
Expert Jedynka adds that according to research, nutritional intervention at the age of 40-55 yields the best results.
Source: OdwonaLekcja / Healthy eating, good nutrition and a varied diet
Bacon is unhealthy
The English love to eat bacon for breakfast, which is a bad eating habit. – It is mainly a source of saturated fatty acids, that is, those that have a very negative effect, for example, on the development of cardiovascular diseases. A diet rich in saturated fatty acids increases cholesterol and the formation of atherosclerotic plaques, that is, narrowing of blood vessels. This should be remembered, so we should avoid such products – explains the master. Magdalena Siuba-Strzelińska.
According to the nutritionist, you can eat bacon from time to time, just remember the correct frequency. – Not every day, but sometimes – he adds.
What is fat?
Fats are needed for the proper functioning of the human body, but it is important to choose the fats we choose. After all, not all are good, as in the case for example. Generous.
– Let’s try to limit the saturated fatty acids in the cream. I always explain to my patients that it is better to use natural yogurt for daily consumption, which contains 4 percent. Less fat and saturated fatty acids than cream – suggests a master. Magdalena Siuba-Strzelińska.
Fats are very important in our bodies because they build up our cell membranes and are essential for the formation of hormones. However, let’s try to choose sources of unsaturated fatty acids, that is, let’s turn more towards liquid vegetable oils, such as rapeseed oil, olive oil or linseed oil. In addition, it is very good to include about 20-30 grams of nuts in your daily menu – we hear.
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Bone marrow transplantation, which is often used in cancer patients, is associated with high risks. why? Because we have to completely destroy his immune system. Therefore, he is exposed to infection that may threaten his health and life. The most common is CMV infection in patients who carry it. The full illness caused by this virus is associated with a rate of up to 50 percent. death rate.
However, there is significant progress in the management of patients after bone marrow transplantation. Scientists have developed a preparation that prevents infection after transplantation. Furthermore, studies have shown that it causes virtually no side effects, shortens the patient’s hospital stay, and lowers the risk of subsequent hospitalization. Therefore, we have an innovative and effective way to prevent complications after hematopoietic cell transplantation. This method of treatment is described by: a. Doctor Hebb. n. med. Wiesław Wiktor Jędrzejczak – Polish doctor, internal medicine specialist, hematologist, clinical oncologist, transplant specialist. He was the first to perform an allogeneic bone marrow transplant in Poland in 1984 and an autologous transplant in 1985.
Program title: Eureka
Drove: Artur Walsky
Guests: M.A. Magdalena Siuba-Strzelińska (clinical nutritionist and graduate of the Faculty of Human Nutrition and Consumer Sciences at Warsaw University of Life Sciences), Professor. Doctor Hebb. n. med. Wiesław Wiktor Jędrzejczak (Polish physician, internal medicine specialist, hematologist, clinical oncologist, transplant specialist)
History of the matter: 17.06.2021
broadcast time: 19.30