Even those who regularly engage in this or that sport often face such a problem as freezing weight at one point. Such a problem can arise if the body does not receive only three trace elements in the required amount - zinc, chromium and manganese. The absence of these trace elements in the diet leads to metabolic disorders and extra pounds.
Thanks to zinc, about two hundred enzyme systems are activated in the body, which are aimed at maintaining harmony. If the body lacks zinc, insulin synthesis decreases in the pancreas, which leads to the formation of unfortunate fatty deposits. Under stress, the need for zinc increases. In order for zinc reserves to be replenished in the right amount, you need to include nuts, pumpkin seeds, meat, seafood, and poultry in the diet. Vegetables such as ginger, garlic, beets, and tomatoes also contain zinc. In addition, zinc is found in many dietary supplements.
If you are constantly craving for sweets, it is possible that your body lacks chromium. In this case, you constantly want to eat something tasty and you can forget about a slender figure. To replenish chromium reserves, it is imperative to include fish, seafood, as well as beets and pearl barley in the diet. They are rich in dietary supplements and vitamin complexes.
Another trace element, without which it is difficult to achieve ideal forms, is manganese. The less manganese the body receives, the more fat it stores. Especially the lack of manganese affects the menstrual cycle: weight increases, pain increases on the first day. Fruits and berries are richest in manganese: grapes, plums, apples, cranberries, blackberries, as well as mushrooms and nuts. For manganese to be better absorbed, it must be combined with foods containing vitamin C.
If you notice that sports continue, and the weight has stopped, review your diet and include the necessary micronutrients in it. A positive result will not be long in coming.