March 25, 2023

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Foods that are very dangerous to human health

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Nutrition and health care experts have warned against certain foods that are considered “destroying human health.”

Sky News Arabia “Fox News” quotes experts as saying that if a person wants to live in good health, he must avoid certain foods.

The source provided a list of “foods that are bad for your health”:

1- Fried food: Nutritionists say fried foods have become a staple in our diet, emphasizing the need to reduce them.

Dietitian Angela El Lago said: ‘We do not recommend eating fried foods, but they should not be a staple in anyone’s diet because they are high in fat, salt and calories, all of which can be harmful to heart health. To increase the risk of obesity ..

2- Potato chipsIt is recommended to avoid this for a number of reasons, including the high content of saturated fats that threaten the arteries of the heart, and it is high in calories without the nutritional benefit.

3- Added sugarsNutritional Facts of Packaged Foods If any sugars are added to the label, stay away from them as much as possible. Health experts say added sugars have zero nutritional value and increase the risk of obesity and metabolic syndrome.
4- Hydrogenated oils: Hydrogenated oils can seriously affect human health for a long time, especially when consumed in large quantities, leading to obesity, high cholesterol, atherosclerosis, heart disease and digestive disorders.

5- Hydrogenated fatsIt is often found in pastries, french fries and fried cakes, and it is advisable to avoid it as it increases cholesterol levels and is associated with certain types of cancer and obesity.

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6- SausageSeveral studies have found a strong correlation between consumption of processed meat such as sausage and the incidence of coronary artery disease such as narrowing or occlusion of arteries supplying blood to the heart.

To reduce the risk of heart disease, nutritionists insist that all processed meats be excluded from the diet, especially for breakfast.