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Foods That Are Bad For Health

Foods That Are Bad For Health | Foodfacts.com

Foods That Are Bad For Health | Foodfacts.com

Modern life offers us thousands of recipes of delicious meals, salads, sandwiches, desserts and fast food. Although some healthy diets allow indulgence sometimes, not all delicious and fresh food can maintain your ideal weight and health. If you are on diet or just want to keep your health and weight, consider and avoid six following foods.

Red meat

Red meat is absolutely an excellent source of protein for both vegetarians and normal people. However, Foodfacts.com learned via media sources that red meat is associated with the risk of cancer and heart disease. Red meat is high in saturated fat which helps to raise blood cholesterol. In addition, this kind of meat increases the risk of colorectal cancer.

Red meat is rich in protein.

Alcoholic Beverages

Frequent drinking of liquor in daily life easily leads to alcohol poisoning. In some situations, alcoholic beverages result in the decline of sexual function and abnormal sperm for men. Meanwhile, women can suffer from irregular menstruation or cessation of ovulation.

Alcoholic beverages are favorite drinks in modern life.

Fried potatoes

Fried fats in any fried food can contribute to cancer and hardening of the arteries. The chemical of burned oil when contacting with smoke changes into molecules which do not fit precisely into the biochemical architecture of our body. The toxic oil can result in a high incidence of lung cancer.

Fried chips also can result in a higher incidence of lung cancer.

Sugar

In modern life, many regular foods are loaded with sugar, including sweet cake. It’s no secret that sugar is devoid of minerals, vitamins and fiber. Sugar has a deteriorating effect on the endocrine system; in other words, sugar seriously depresses the immune system. Sugar is also  associated with obesity and weight-related illnesses.

Many regular foods are loaded with sugar, including sweet cake.

Coffee

As a staple of life, people around the world drink millions of cups of coffee  every day. One or two cups of coffee each day does not harm your health. However, when it turns to a pot each day, it is certainly bad. Coffee stains teeth, while it raises stress and anxiety levels.

More seriously, coffee can result in high risk of heart attack and stomach problems.

Now, it’s time to learn more about other foods you enjoy. Check out the Food Facts Health Score with FREE membership at Foodfacts.com. This is a revolutionary food scoring system that is very easy to use. Visit today and visit often!

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