What foods are bad for the figure

Feb­ru­ary 20, 2016, 15:14

Elim­i­nat­ing foods that are harm­ful to your skin and fig­ure from your diet will help you feel more con­fi­dent and cheer­ful. Start get­ting rid of bad habits and eat only healthy food!


Bad for the body

Your body won’t thank you if you con­stant­ly eat the fol­low­ing foods:


Chips are not as harm­less as they seem. A pack of chips while watch­ing a series can cost your fig­ure dear­ly. This snack is a car­cino­genic prod­uct, as it is deep-fried. Hot oil, fat and pota­toes of unknown qual­i­ty are a blow to your stom­ach and liv­er. Reg­u­lar con­sump­tion of chips leads to obe­si­ty. Chips also con­tain salt and fla­vors that are harm­ful to the body. This snack is best replaced with a car­rot or an apple.

Sweet soda

It is often washed down with spicy chips and fast food. Sweet water con­tains preser­v­a­tives and dyes that are harm­ful to the whole body. First of all, sweet soda is bad for the skin. To give sweet water a bright taste, man­u­fac­tur­ers can add aspar­tane to the water. This sub­stance caus­es obe­si­ty and con­tributes to dia­betes. Also, soda often leads to the for­ma­tion of kid­ney stones. It is bet­ter to drink min­er­al water, com­pote, green tea and nat­ur­al fresh juices.


“Indulging” in sausages is harm­ful to the body. Man­u­fac­tur­ers add dyes, preser­v­a­tives and fla­vor enhancers, as well as fats to them. This is harm­ful and leads to intesti­nal prob­lems. Instead of sausages buy fresh meat. A juicy steak will bring your body much more ben­e­fits than sausages or sausage.


Sweet choco­late bars beck­on us from the win­dows. But do not for­get that there is a min­i­mum of choco­late in them. The basis of such bars are sug­ar sub­sti­tutes, fla­vor­ing addi­tives, fla­vor­ings harm­ful to the body. They also add calo­ries to the bar, mak­ing it a real “time bomb” for the fig­ure. Replace bars with bit­ter­sweet dark choco­late or healthy cere­al bars.

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