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10 foods you should really avoid!

1.Diet or light products

In the course of the widespread slimming craze, diet and light products became more and more popular. But the supposed calorie savings can lead to many health problems. Diet or light products are often full of additives and in many cases contain sweeteners that “confuse” the body and, in the long run, upset the metabolism.

2. Ready meals

The quick and easy preparation means that many consumers turn to ready-made meals again and again. But the supposed abbreviation is harmful in the long run. Ready-made products usually contain numerous, highly processed ingredients that the body cannot process well and poor quality ingredients. Terms such as “aroma” or “natural aroma” often mean flavor enhancers and preservatives that are not specified. You should also stay away from an ingredient list that contains many E numbers. Trans fats, high sugar and salt content as well as low nutrient and vitamin content also make most ready-made meals a no-go.

3. Chewing gum

Chewing gum is now made of plastic and contains chemically produced sweeteners such as aspartame, which is harmful to our nervous system and metabolism. Other additives, such as butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA), are often found in chewing gum and have a negative impact on our health! You can get detailed information and reasons why you don't have to give up chewing pleasure entirely here!

4. Microwave popcorn

Aside from the fact that microwave exposure has long been debunked as unhealthy, microwave popcorn is definitely a food to avoid! They contain unhealthy trans fats and artificial flavors and additives. In addition, the chemicals contained in the pack often cause infertility and, in the worst case, cancer. So if you have a craving for popcorn, just buy corn kernels, take a large pot and do it yourself!

5. Lemonades

Most of the lemonades available in the supermarket not only contain excessive amounts of sugar, but often also colorings and other chemical substances that can be very harmful to the body and, in extreme cases, contribute to cancer.

6. White flour products

Refined, white flour, found in most processed foods, not only causes rapid spikes in blood sugar levels and the associated dangers that range from obesity to diabetes. Several studies also show that an increased consumption of white flour can also lead to an increased risk of cancer. In addition, the digestion of white flour products deprives the body of additional vitamins and minerals, especially calcium and vitamin B1. Fortunately, however, there are plenty of healthy alternatives, such as homemade gluten-free bread!

7. Margarine

Even if margarine has long been celebrated as a plant-based butter alternative, it is better to avoid it. Many of the trans fats, hydrogenated fats and toxins it contains are harmful to health and, despite advertising to the contrary, by no means make margarine a healthy spread! If you miss butter on bread, try our recipe for healthy, homemade margarine made from just 2 ingredients!

8. Ketchup

Ketchup also falls into the category of foods that our body could heartily do without. Even if at best it contains a lot of tomatoes, there are often artificial flavorings and flavor enhancers in the popular sauce. In addition, the sugar content is extremely high. Here it is helpful to read the ingredients carefully and, if in doubt, make the ketchup yourself!

9. Strawberries from non-EU countries

Strawberries are very healthy and tasty, but when buying them you should pay close attention to where the strawberries come from. A few years ago the situation improved at EU level, but strawberries from non-EU countries often still have a high level of pesticide contamination. The solution here, however, is simple and is also good for the environment: buy strawberries seasonally, regionally and ideally in organic quality!

10. Breakfast cereals

Most breakfast cereals contain incredible amounts of sugar and lots of gluten. However, especially at breakfast it is important to prepare the body optimally for the day. With breakfast cereals, however, you usually do the opposite. The blood sugar level rises rapidly, makes you hungry again after a short time, the desire for sugar and carbohydrates is increased throughout the day and the gluten it contains often causes an inflammatory reaction in the body. We'd rather make our own muesli from good ingredients that we choose ourselves!


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