India nut: the dangers of dieting without medical supervision
Losing up to 10 kilos in a few weeks simply by adding an ingredient to your diet tempts anyone, but the reality is that it can be very risky to your health. Although it is banned by the National Administration of Medicines, Foods and Medical Technology (ANMAT) because of its toxicity, in our country it is easily available on the Internet, it is the seed of the fruit of an Asian tree (Aleurites moluccanus) with a powerful laxative effect. Its consumption produces diarrhea, stomach discomfort, gas, nausea, vomiting, muscle aches and headaches, due to the loss of sodium and potassium. Remember that magical diets do not exist, to treat problems of overweight is necessary the supervision of a health professional.