Diet foods/ drinks :
All the foods (frozen, pre-packaged, diet foods etc.) which are labeled as “diet” or “low fat”, including diet colas (which generally contain aspartame, which is a chemical, artificial sweetener). There are various studies which show that aspartame causes many diseases such as cancers, birth defects and heart problems.
In case you take these food regularly Take a full body health checkup to assess your current state of health.
Wafers & Chips :
Potato chips are sure to bring on weight gain as they are high in both fat and calories. A study shows that eating just 25 gms of potato chips per day caused an average 1 kg weight gain in one year. They are full of trans-fats which can cause high cholesterol in individuals; they also have excessive sodium levels which, for many people, cause high blood pressure.
There are enough studies to support that the chemicals that make up artificial sweeteners, especially aspartame, break down in the body into a deadly toxin called DKP. When the stomach processes this chemical, it in turn produces chemicals that can cause cancer, especially brain tumors.
After tobacco, alcohol use is the second leading cause of cancer. Though a moderate or low consumption of alcohol may not be unhealthy, excessive drinking is known to cause heart failure, liver problems, stroke, and sudden death.
If you drink alcohol regularly, check your liver health by taking our Drinkers Package.
Unlike naturally extracted oils like olive oil, soy or canola oil, hydrogenated oils are vegetable oils which must be chemically removed. They are often used in many foods in our kitchen to preserve and keep shelf life of foods. Hydrogenated oils are linked to cancer, birth defects, heart disease and many other fatalities. Check the labels on the bottle to see which oils are healthy for you. Go with safer options like olive, soy, mustard and canola oils.
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