The nutritionist explained why the delicatessen is no longer in Vogue
Foie Gras and caviar until recently was considered the "food of the gods", but today has largely lost its appeal. What has replaced the delicacies, said in an interview with radio Sputnik dietitian and nutritionist Irina slime.
In the 90-ies in Russia there was excess consumption of delicious food that was unavailable in the Soviet time. Today it is understood that the delicious can be healthy food, said in an interview with radio Sputnik dietitian and nutritionist Irina slime.
Today there is a General trend in sports and healthy eating, in moderation, sometimes even with skewed restrictions.
"People started to pay attention to in food do not contain pesticides, contaminants, there is a trend for environmentally friendly, natural products. A variety of tests for food intolerance, genetic tests. But because of the large amount of information people are often afraid to eat too much. The range of food consumed becomes too small, and that's bad. The more varied the diet, the greater the possibility to obtain vitamins and minerals from food," said nutritionist.
The trend in limitations on a narrow range of food brought for a one direction large consumption of dietary supplements.