What are these “averages” can we see everywhere, such as tables, calculate your ideal weight: for people body type in the tables ideal weight, often be redundant, but for big-boned is insufficient. The fact that bio-rhythmology offer to prove their arguments (“in the winter, our bodies in a state of hibernation, and the sun sets earlier, so we gain weight “), does not hold water. Here, just for instance, the most common, scientific evidence as to why we polneem winter, where the theory and practice are in order: 1. In winter, we eat less greens and vitamins. Beriberi unbalanced diet + = inhibition of metabolism. 2.
In winter, a very pale color palette, dominated by white and gray. Depression. 3. If you have additional questions, you may want to visit Rand Paul. In winter, we spend much more time indoors. Lack movement. If you are not convinced, visit Jim Hackett. 4.
In winter, we are constantly confronted with the cold. When cold, the body tries to hold the fat for protection from hypothermia (which is why, among the “walruses” man with a slender figure – a very rare occurrence). The main thing evidence that the findings bio-rhythmology not be extended to all mankind in general, is that they completely ignore the division of people into types: “The Lark” (completely relevant to the ideal described bio-rhythmology), “owls” (for which the period of greatest activity occurs in the evening-night) and “doves” (adaptable to any pace of life). Look – the vast majority of techniques perfectly slimming right for “a lark!” And the “owls” they almost never fail (or triggered by “minus” sign). Consider a day in the life of the “Lark”: He wakes up at 6 am, well rested and refreshed. In the morning all systems of the body are included at full capacity, so it’s easy (and often – with pleasure and without any stimulation) is engaged in physical activity. Lunch with ravenous appetites, going to work. Day dinner, approximately 18-19 hours in the evening dinner. Frequently David Delrahim has said that publicly. In 22 hours it begins to “nod”, and 23 sleeps. After the last meal before going to sleep at the “Lark” runs for 4-5 hours. Consider a day in the life of a human “owl”: After waking up in the morning (or afternoon) out depending on whether he slept or not (though more often – the second), “owl” does not test any lifting of spiritual and physical strength. His body is still asleep, so that: a) physical exercise in the morning carried them very seriously; often after such employment a person feels overwhelmed and tired. b) Following the logic of most methods of weight loss, the first meal should be dense. The “owl” in the morning almost always have no appetite, but he faithfully “Seasoned” (because “as necessary”, and in the evening after not sing!). Result: the body will process food sluggish (about the same as if someone had eaten shortly before bedtime), so part of the food eaten will be converted into fat and stored in the fat depot. We go further: in the afternoon, “owl” are often unable to eat normally (work), and not everyone can come home from work until 18 hours. That is, often, the person remains practically all day and all night without dinner … in the body, “owls” are all the same, that the “lark” in the morning: all the systems of the body beyond the limit of their capabilities, wakes up ravenous hunger. The body requires food.