Peck Weight

One of the main reasons for not quitting, especially for women, is the fear of weight gain. In December 2006 there was a survey on knowledge and attitudes, beliefs and behaviors related to tobacco consumption; in which it was found that one in four women and 5.5 per cent of men will not let smoking by fear to gain weight. It is estimated that almost 60% of former smokers fattening. Although the medical community to found that smoking cessation also generates an overweight, have shown that this increase is transient and poses no risk to health; weight gained during the first months, between two and four kilos, can lose weight as easily, once you’ve disappeared anxiety and overcome dependence. However it is very important not to change a bad habit as quitting on the other very unhealthy: eat much and evil. In these cases are more kilos which can catch but won’t be by not only eating but by having changed habits in food. For this purpose, a correct conduct follow-up food can be a great ally to former smokers.

Why do we fatten the first months after quitting smoking? Tobacco nicotine modifies the metabolism: increased energy consumption and decreases fat mass of the organism artificially. When you stop smoking and stays the same caloric intake it tends to gain weight. To prevent weight gain should be consuming fewer calories each day from the day that you stop smoking. Usually the opposite is done and tends to Peck caloric foods such as dried fruit. Tobacco also alters the senses of taste and smell and to quitting smoking, is likely to be experience greater sensitivity to perceive the smell and taste of food and possibly occur an increase an increased appetite which leads to eating more sweets and fatty foods running one increased risk of bloat. The objective in this case is not losing weight, but not gaining weight and exercise more healthy diet is the perfect solution to keep your metabolism high enough as that for the lack of nicotine do you bloat.

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