Nutritionist Olga Grigoryan advised Russians not to drink champagne on New Year’s Eve and to approach the New Year celebrations more responsibly in relation to their health. She said this on the air of the radio station “Moscow Speaks” Sunday 22 November
According to the expert, alcohol in combination with high-calorie food can lead to “unwanted body reactions.” She advised having dinner around seven or eight o’clock in the evening, rather than postponing meals until late at night.
“In the night after 12 noon, the workload on hospitals increases. People with pancreatitis, heart attacks, renal colic. Now is the period of a viral situation, all hospitals are busy, we, of course, risk everything several times more. There will be no places in the hospital, who will help you? ” – noted Grigoryan.
She also advised putting more vegetable snacks on the New Year’s table, and making the traditional Olivier salad with homemade mayonnaise.
On November 20, it became known about the dangers of tangerines. According to dietitian Artur Moiseenko, some categories of citizens should refuse tangerines.
First of all, pregnant women should refrain from using this main New Year’s citrus, especially those in the early stages. Also, this fruit should not be eaten by people with diseases of the gastrointestinal tract – ulcers, colitis and gastritis.