What’s the perfect dinner to be?
There is a perception that you should eat protein dishes and starchy vegetables overnight.
Is it really so? Let’s try to figure it out.
First, during sleep, there is a spike in the synthesis of somatotropic hormone. Why do you need it? It’s responsible for splitting lipids– that is, fats.
Insulin is a hormone that activates when carbohydrates, blocks the production of somatotropic hormone, preventing the breakdown of fats.
Secondly, because carbohydrates are the “fuel” for our body – that is, they give us energy, at night the body just does not have time to spend this energy, so it puts off about the stock in the form of fat folds.
Just imagine, you’ve been eating right all day, eating squirrels, fibre, sitting up until 1 a.m. and before going to bed you decided to have a delicious cake or chocolate. Just a little – a couple of slices.
Congratulations! All your work has been wasted. The shooter on the scale will not move.
So, what do we do?
The increase in somatotropic hormone production is affected:
– day mode (good sleep and a chance to get some sleep)
– Protein food in the evening (which is why our last meal is curd).
– no carbohydrates in the diet 3-4 hours before bed.
In addition, somatotropin hormone is responsible for collagen synthesis – and thus for the renewal and firmness of our skin, our youth and health. It also has an impact on mood and tone in general.
Watch your regimen and nutrition and be happy and healthy!