Fasting and Orthorexia , physiological fasting, carbohydrates
The total fasting corresponds to a total shutdown of all power outside the water. Fasting really begins beyond a period of 12-16 hours of non-food outlet other than water. Before this time we speak of physiological fasting.
The concept of fasting is found in the word that comes lunch "de-fast" meaning breaking the fast.
The total fasting includes two periods:
a first period corresponding to a fast of 12-16 hours 3-4 days, called short fasting.
A second period corresponding to prolonged fasting beyond 4-5 days, called long fast.
The partial fast is to stop all power outside the water and low-calorie liquids generally based on carbohydrates (broths).
[...] orthorexia A. DEFINITION Orthorexia (the proper Greek and orthos orexie apétit) is an eating disorder centered swallowed obsession for healthy food, however there is no restriction on the amount ingested (quality Food is the focus of attention of the orthorexic). Orthorexia is characterized by an obsession to ingest healthy foods. This pushes the orthorexic to exclude foods based: The nature of food (no sugar, no salt, no lipid . ) Of their production conditions (pesticides, GMOs . ) From their manufacturing conditions (food additives, saturated fats . [...]
[...] Under the action of glucagon, the body will then start to draw its energy from body reserves (which are endogenous substrates). The organization will mobilize its reserves using as substrate lipids and proteins, to generate glucose for glucodépendants tissue. There are three main phases, throughout the fast, which use different mechanisms. These mechanisms correspond to how the body will draw on its reserves to maintain its homeostasis. carbohydrate phase: involves mechanisms glycogenolysis, lipolysis and gluconeogenesis. protein phase: involves the mechanisms of proteolysis and gluconeogenesis. Phase ketone: ketogenesis involves the mechanism. [...]
[...] Unlike other eating disorders (anorexia . orthorexia is not considered a disease. This eating disorder has been revealed recently, there is still a debate on that orthorexia can be regarded as a pathological eating disorder or a whim. B. ORIGIN OF TROUBLE Orthorexia basically reached impressionable people nevertheless the relatively recent appearance of this disorder also has its origin in: The proliferation of nutrition claims that alerts orthorexics potential hazards of food and strengthens him in his behavior. The extensive media coverage: o dietary advice dictated in popular media and are taken literally. [...]
[...] Fasting and orthorexia . FAST A. DEFINITION Fasting can be treated in two categories according to whether the total food intake stops; mention shall be made of either total or partial fasting. Total fasting The total fasting corresponds to a total shutdown of all power outside the water. Fasting really begins beyond a period of 12-16 hours of non-food outlet other than water. Before this time we speak of physiological fasting. The concept of fasting is found in the word that comes lunch "de-fast" meaning breaking the fast. [...]
[...] - Your diet does your discomfort out, distancing you from family and friends? - Do you experience feelings of guilt when you stray from your diet? - Do you feel at peace with yourself and you think well you control when -you eat healthy? By answering "yes" to 4 or 5 of these issues, the importance given to the just too much food and there is risk of orthorexia. In addition to this test Bratman, consulting a psychologist physician is needed. [...]
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