An important clarification
When we say that eating plain pasta can be good for our diet, it is not really the case. In fact, if we prepare classic 100 grams of normal and non-wholemeal pasta, we will ingest 350 kcal of product alone. It is equivalent to saying that, with a plate of pasta in white, we are full of carbohydrates, that is, sugars. Another matter is when we decide to eat a plate of pasta or white rice, to soothe a particularly irritated stomach.
The carbohydrate trap
Many eat it regularly but are we sure that plain pasta is so good for their health, especially if taken regularly? For many Italians, giving up pasta is a real challenge. It is also true, however, that often consuming the carbohydrates of pasta and, perhaps exceeding the quantities, we will run the risk of accumulating too much fat. Pasta is essential to produce energy and give us the necessary fuel to face the day. But, we must also take into account the kind of life we lead. If we have a sedentary life and a mainly passive job, that is sitting, eating too much pasta, even in white, can make us fat. Obviously, the situation is different if we do an active job, with expenditure of energy which maybe we combine a frequent physical and sporting activity.
What are the least caloric types of pasta
So, a simple white pasta, perhaps topped with butter, is much more caloric than we think. If, on the other hand, we want a plate of pasta without weighing too much on the scale, then vegetables and fish become important as healthy condiments. Maybe, combined with wholemeal pasta.
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