Sausages have been linked to a number of health problems, including heart disease and cancer. The majority of industrially processed meats are no different.
Because of the greater levels of saturated fat in corn-fed beef, it is thought to be more likely to cause heart disease than grass-fed beef.
Because their development circumstances also favor salmonella, listeria, and E. coli. All sprouts are often recalled for food safety reasons.
Milk's saturated fats may cause heart disease or rheumatism. Small amounts of full-fat milk are fine, although the AHA recommends fat-free or low-fat dairy.
Most pastries have a lot of white sugar in their icing and glazing, which takes your body a long time to process. When baking at home, use natural sugar substitutes.
Lower-fat crackers, cookies, and chips often contain GMO corn syrup and artificial sweeteners. Avoid hazardous components by eating fruits and vegetables.
GMO corn is sugary. And butter, of course. Say goodbye to corn on the cob unless you buy it organically.
High-fructose corn syrup is a common ingredient in canned fruits, putting consumers at risk for metabolic disorders like obesity, high cholesterol, and insulin resistance.
Even if you buy it in a can or in a packet, it's basically made of corn syrup and trans fats, with added artificial flavors and colors.
Artificial sweeteners have less calories than sugar, but that doesn't mean they're better for you. In particular, they have a detrimental effect on your metabolism.
Registered dietitians recommend choosing lean cuts of meat. Choose servings with less than 10 grams of total fat and 4.5 grams or less of saturated fat (about 3.5 ounces).