Безопасная порция картофеля фри - 6 соломинок.
Безопасную дозу назвал американский профессор из Университета Гарварда Эрик Римма, пишет 24 канал.
Ученый провел эксперимент и обнаружил влияние фри на организм. Оказалось, что употребление порции картофеля 40 ломтиков увеличивает риск развития сердечных болезней.
У испытуемых, которые три раза в неделю ели картошку фри, увеличивался риск ожирения, сердечно-сосудистых заболевания и диабет.
Если заниматься спортом, правильно питаться и соблюдать режим сна, употребление не более 6 соломинок картофеля фри будет безопасным.
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