Doctor named harmful products that are actually beneficial 04:46

Ekaterina Serebrennikova, a general practitioner at the Doctor Nearby medical company, said that there are products that are considered harmful for various reasons, but if used wisely and without contraindications, they will not only harm, but also benefit the body. Agency reports “Hitting the Primer”.

According to him, coffee increases concentration when consumed wisely and also has a positive effect on the immune system.

Serebrennikova emphasized that cottage cheese is also useful, but the main thing is not to use it too often.

“The fact is that low-fat dairy products have a lower taste than high-fat products, so manufacturers try to sweeten them, which leads to a hidden increase in simple carbohydrates in the diet, extra calories and satiety,” said the expert. .

Former nutritionist Ekaterina Purakhina statedthat the consumption of junk food, which is naturally transformed into a number of chemical elements, adversely affects the body and does not provide any benefit.

Source: Gazeta


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