Hot News - Women consume 100,000 extra calories of chocolate at work 2

Hot News – Women consume 100,000 extra calories of chocolate at work

Women who eat at work consume stunning 100,000 calories each year, a study said. The average total consumption of chips, cakes, pastries, chocolate, and dairy or sweet drinks is equivalent to an additional 50-day meal as the ideal adult consumption of an adult woman is 2000 calories a day. The amazing indulgence is revealed after a study of 1,000 women on behalf of the Dutch food producer Kalo, who assumed that he consumes an average of 2240 calories each week. – based on 45 working weeks – is the same as 1254 cups of Proseco, 193 double stacked burgers or 502 bars of chocolate. Nutritionists said they were not surprised by the study, but warned that consumption of only 500 extra calories a day could dentists have previously warned that "cake culture" nourishes obesity and tooth problems – puts people at risk of diabetes II and decay of teeth. Kallø's studies show that women consume at least three snacks during a typical day. Another 39 per cent said they had hidden biscuits. According to the survey, working women will accumulate a total of 135 biscuits, 90 slices of cake, 90 packs of pastries, and Consultant nutritionist Helen Bond said, "I'm not surprised by these results but people should be aware that an additional 3500 calories a week or 500 a day , means that you have added an extra pound of fat. "We live in such a pastoral society, where we have plenty of food 24 hours a day. With this comes the desire for breakfast. "Miss Bond has called for people to be" careful "for caloric intake, especially as the days become colder and the temptation increases to" warm up "with snacks or hot" comfort "drinks. "Consuming things like ginger lacquer can only pack 400 calories, and each spoonful of sugar is 20 calories," she added. "a slower release of snacks such as walnuts or oatmeal that make you feel fuller for longer." Sayy Bike, a nutritionist and dietitian at Bristol University, said, "It's very easy to get over with breakfast if we're bored, stressed or hungry. She called on workers to start the day with a full breakfast – like whole grains, fruits, toasted fertilizers or egg powder – and take a proper lunch break to make sure they do not feel hungry, so they're less likely to have breakfast. "He added," If you're going to have breakfast, pick s cleaner portions or more, healthy products such as fruit, oatmeal, rice cakes or Alka whole wheat bread, maybe with low-fat if you can store in the refrigerator. Or low calorie yoghurt. "Choose drinks like water, no sugar or carbonated, tea or herbal tea or coffee without the added creams and syrups. These are the places where calories can enter. "Many women responding to the study seemed inclined to shift blame for binge eating – as each of seven highlights how colleagues have brought snacks and home-made treatments. with women who consume 45 packs of high fat nuts each year – and another 45 bags of sugar dried fruit. The study found that the most popular breakfast times are 10.30 am and 3:30 pm Dairy cafes like moja and latte, carbonated beverages and high calorie energy drinks prove to be common slippers. As bored, tired or stressed, the main reasons women said they reward themselves with treats, although 83% start the day with the intention of eating healthily. About 48% of respondents complain that they have always been very hungry to wait until noon. Almost a quarter of the 1,000 women feel bad about themselves after succumbing to their temptation to have breakfast – but the more relaxed three out of ten said, "One of the five women say they have no desire to refrain from cabinets, while three out of ten said they eventually fed just because the food was there. 47% of women who responded to the study said they were trying to reach as many fruits as possible.