Who is useful and harmful not to eat after six

Many women who want to lose weight choose a well-known and sim­ple diet — do not eat after six. Adher­ents of this diet claim that it works, but doc­tors and nutri­tion­ists do not sup­port this opti­mism and give a lot of argu­ments against this diet.

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In par­tic­u­lar, such a long inter­val between meals is very harm­ful to the gall­blad­der and liv­er, because bile stag­nates dur­ing a night’s rest — this can lead to the for­ma­tion of stones. In addi­tion, such a long break in food is also fraught with exac­er­ba­tion of gas­troin­testi­nal dis­eases.

After a six-hour evening meal, you will prob­a­bly have time to get hun­gry, so you are unlike­ly to fall asleep eas­i­ly — that’s why experts advise you to allow your­self at least some­thing sour-milk clos­er to bed­time.

So, you can fol­low the no-after‑6 diet if:

  • you go to bed ear­ly
  • your day starts at 6–7 in the morn­ing
  • you do not have prob­lems with the gas­troin­testi­nal tract
  • Do you like dairy prod­ucts?

You absolute­ly should not use the “mouth lock after six” diet if:

  • your day ends at twelve o’clock at night or lat­er
  • you’re not up until nine o’clock in the morn­ing
  • you have an ulcer or gas­troin­testi­nal prob­lems
  • kefir, yogurt or cur­dled milk dis­gust you

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