According to the Spanish Wine Federation and a case study on meat and sausages from the Ministry of Environment, a Spanish consumes an average of 3.2 kilograms and ham and 21 liters of wine per year so that prohibit the intake of these foods, as present in the social events, just taking the "rejection of the diet" to leave early or even a back-and desired-nothing "rebound effect".
Instead, he says Bravo, "if a system like it is and does not bore where the food is varied and noted for its taste, texture, appearance, odor" and, above all, that enables us to "enjoy our social life is much more likely that this is carried out successfully.
" According to the specialist, the intention was to adapt the diet to the 'current lifestyle in the city, "where much you eat out, you come with few winning cooking night at home or eat too fast" so they are small bowls at night but varied with many choices. "
Each food is chosen and placed at different times of the day to "correct certain behaviors we observed in the inhabitants of the cities that generate weight problems, sleep, stress, humor ...".
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Every day includes red wine and ham, along with a variety of national food mostly prepared in the traditional manner. In addition, differentiation is made between menus weekdays and weekends because "patients ask us tastiest and most delicious dishes to enjoy the weekend."