The President of the Romanian Federation of Diabetes, Nutrition and Metabolic Diseases, professor Nicolae Hâncu, professes a great salad, but admits he does not refuse any good wine. "All I follow is the advice I give.
Sport occupies an important place in my life. I did sports performance up to 27 years, after I left myself continued to do sports. At the age of 40, I started jogging and ran about 3 to 5 km a day, then I replaced the race with walking at a fast pace, almost daily, and swimming several times a week. In addition, there is no morning in which not to do gymnastics at home (streching 10-15 minutes and sometimes doing lightweight execities).
The second part of my lifestyle is sleep. I start my activity waking up at 5:30 and I never sleep in the evening later than 10:30. And the third component, perhaps the most important, is food. Breakfast, from which I never deviate, is made compulsory from yoghurt and flakes. At 10,30-11 I take a snack consisting of a stick of dried plums, cinnamon, peanuts or nuts. Lunch takes about 2-2.30 when I eat a single dish: vegetables assorted with about 150 grams of fish or poultry. Pork and beef do not exist in my diet. After dinner I eat a fruit, and in the evening, for 30 years, I eat salads.
I use a large bowl of salad, not lacking green lettuce, salad with oranges or fresh white cabbage, tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, onions, garlic and maximum 2 tablespoons oil, never sauces.
Depending on the energy consumption of the day, I sometimes eat 1-2 slices of whole bread associated with chicken or turkey ham, cooked chicken breast in the house or salmon that she consumes 2-3 times a week, or cook , or smoked.
On Saturday and Sunday, at breakfast, I have a white omelette made up of 3-4 very good roasted egg whites
without oil, in which I add nothing. For years, all my meals are very poor in salt.
Every day, I eat 3-4 fruits after dinner and dinner after dinner and 3-4 glasses of wine a week only after I ate.