The caloric value of sweets is precious during winter

The caloric value of sweets is precious during winter
The caloric value of sweets and sugar is precious during the winter, especially due to extreme cold and minus.
Sugar is a unique food for muscles (exactly an extraordinary “fuel” that drives the whole organism). Muscles would not be able to work if a person eats food rich in fat, meat and the like and does not take sugar. Burning coal produces heat, and sugar in the muscles creates heat and energy and makes the muscles move. Sugar (apart from pasta and potato) is the cheapest caloric food. At the same time, sugar is an urgent need for manual workers and athletes because it has a fast effect (15 to 30 minutes after use). It is enough to eat 30 grams to 40 grams of sugar or sweets per day (after heavy physical work) to restore the strength that the effort took.
Digestion of sugar – sugar is easily digested and without any waste, which means that it is 100% used. Sugar does not cause any stomach disturbances except loss of appetite if taken in large quantities before meals. Sugar facilitates the digestion of fats and peptides. Sugar can be used by people of all ages and all patients (even those who cannot tolerate many meals), because sugar protects the stomach from the effects of some drugs (for example, aspirin, antipyrine, etc.). Sugar is especially recommended for people who are excessively thin.
Sweets should be taken in the morning (during breakfast) because 8 hours of sleep at night has exhausted all reserves.
Sweets are especially recommended for excessively lively children, but you should not take a lot of sweets after a large meal
Amounts: 50 to 60 grams per day and even 100 grams if a person has a too tiring job or physical effort (which means 12 to 20 sugar cubes or the equivalent).
Honey contains very few vitamins, but the nutritional value of honey is that it is easily absorbed by the body. Honey does not cause constipation (like other sweets). On the contrary, honey is a mild laxative. Due to disorders of the digestive system, honey acts as a useful disinfectant. Honey is especially recommended for children (facilitates the child’s growth), people who have suddenly lost weight, the sick and the elderly.
Chocolate – a mixture of sugar, cocoa and butter is such that it can be considered a perfect means of nutrition. Chocolate gives the body sugar, fats, proteins, water, cellulose, vitamins B and D, mineral salts, tannin. Chocolate is very caloric (100 grams contains 500 calories). It is recommended for children and people who have lost their appetite. Chocolate should especially be taken during heavy physical exertion or intellectual work.
But chocolate favors bowel movements and excessive consumption will slow down digestion
It is easier for a person to digest hot chocolate (cocoa) than chocolate in tablets.
It is not recommended to take chocolate after a meal, as well as mixed with other products (milk, and especially hazelnuts and almonds, as well as in cakes and pastries).


Chocolate is not harmful to the liver (because research has shown that chocolate does not affect liver function). Intolerance to chocolate is due to congenital allergies and not due to liver function
Jam and marmalade – these sweet dishes increase the caloric value of sugar (and at the same time vitamin C, which is found in fruit), is introduced into the body. Jam is nutritious and jam should be taken in small doses and preferably in the morning.
The so-called “red jams” are the richest in vitamins.
Candies – have the same properties as sugar. When you give candy to children, you know that candy contributes to tooth decay (due to residues that easily get stuck between the teeth).

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