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I am 15 years old, 163 tall and weigh 63 kg. But the problem is with my weight. If I don't eat sweets, I weigh 61 kg, and when I eat a small cookie or a piece of chocolate, the weight is 62/63 kg on the next morning. Why is this so? The second problem is that when I eat, for example, a cookie, then I have a belly as if I were pregnant. What can this be for?
Such weight fluctuations are most likely due to water retention in your body. And the mentioned big belly is probably the result of flatulence. If the biscuit is wheat, with the addition of glucose-fructose syrup, synthetic food additives, such as raising agents, emulsifiers, dyes, then perhaps there is individual hypersensitivity to any of the ingredients. You should watch your body and check what meals you feel bloated after. If this happens after bread, pasta, or sweets, it's probably wheat or gluten.
By the way, I would advise you to exclude sweets from your diet: industrial (shop) cakes, chocolate, etc. They have a lot of unnecessary improvers and trans fats that adversely affect your body. You can combat water retention by increasing your water intake, engaging in more physical activity, drinking parsley infusions or parsley cocktails, and eating vegetables and diuretics (watermelon, parsley, leaves and roots).
Remember that our expert's answer is informative and will not replace a visit to the doctor.Agnieszka Ślusarska
Owner of the 4LINE Dietary Clinic, chief dietitian at the Plastic Surgery Clinic of Dr. A. Sankowski, tel .: 502 501 596, www.4line.pl
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