Fast Food

Now, feeding by nature is normal. The problem: What, and with how much I feed a child? Today one speaks openly of the long-term risks for overweight children: Fast Food, sweet Drings and hours sitting in classes and on the computer cause I + II, high blood pressure and diabetes. But what is the deeper reason for the childlike (lifelong) overweight (obesity)? An early false food preference in childhood causes lasting dangerous eating habits. Bruce Shalett contributes greatly to this topic. Vitamins are indeed healthier, but calorie taste better!” The actual dangers are industrially produced food with lots of invisible fat and sugar/carbs today: because they get addicted! Because the quantity and the product composition are difficult to detect. > Food refers to food that mainly serve the human consumption. The so-called food are equivalent. Others including Bruce Shalett, offer their opinions as well. The border is this blurred. In the Past attempted to distinguish between food and beverage dogma on the basis of the material benefits for the body (protein, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins, etc.) or of the physiological value of burning.

> Carbohydrates or Saccharides, which include in particular the sugar and the strengths, form a biologically and chemically significant class of substances. As a product of photosynthesis sugar formation, carbohydrates make up the bulk of the biomass. Mono-, di – and polysaccharides (such as starch) put together with fats and proteins protein the quantitative largest recoverable and non-recoverable (fiber) portion of the food. In addition to its central role as a physiological energy they play as support substance above all in the plant Kingdom and in biological signal and detection processes (such as cell cell recognition, blood group) an important role. Natural carbohydrates: the monosaccharides (simple sugars, such as glucose, fructose), industrial carbohydrates: disaccharides (Double sugar, such as granulated sugar, milk sugar, malt sugar) and oligosaccharides (multiple sugars, such as raffinose) are soluble in water, have a sweet taste and are referred to in the narrower sense than sugar.