Scientists from Harvard revealing what types of food should be avoided.

What exactly does a healthy diet? The basics are fairly simple. Everyone needs a combination of proteins , carbohydrates and fats, and enough vitamins and minerals for optimal health . But science says that the food in these categories is healthier than the other.

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Is there a food that we never are supposed to eat it ? Actually , no. If you occasionally want to eat ice cream , let it be a small portion and not every day. Eat and chips if you can survive , but a a little bit and see that you don’t make a habit off it. Healthy food does not mean complete elimination of certain foods. Sounds fund and delicious at the same time.

Scientists at  ” Harvard ” made ​​a list of foods that should be kept to a minimum. If you proceed accordingly , you will not be at increased risk of heart disease , hypertension , diabetes and different types of cancer.

Added Sugars

Added Sugar

Added Sugar

 

 

 

 

 

 

In case of white or brown sugar, these foods are not nutritious and clean carbohydrates. If you eat too much sugar, you are consuming empty calories and causing increasing or decreasing level’s in blood sugar. In addition, temporary feeling of satiety can prevent you eat foods that contain nutrients. Sweetened drinks are the main source of added sugars and one of the main causes of weight gain . Only one bottle daily juice can be added to 7 kg per year .

Dairy Fat

Ice Crea

Ice Cream

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ice cream, milk and cheese are full of saturated fats and some trans – fats increase the risk of heart problems. Varieties with less fat are the healthiest  of dairy products.

Processed meat

Processed meat

Processed meat

 

 

 

 

 

 

Meats like bacon , ham , hot dogs are very unhealthy unlike the protein from fish , chicken without skin and the like. You can eat fresh red meat only if you must.

Salt

Salt

Salt

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Currently is recommended up to,500 milligrams and no more than 2,300 milligrams of sodium daily. Many of us consume one and a half tablespoon of salt a day, which is 8,500 milligrams of salt , or 3,400 milligrams of sodium daily. Too much sodium can cause high blood pressure and risk of heart disease and stroke.

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