Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Lifestyle Kesihatan - Do You Like Delicious Food? : Read This

Delicious foods according to health practitioners is that contain high sugar, salt, flour, fat, preservatives, MSG, MSG, but less fiber. Good food is not necessarily good for health, even it may bring adverse effects that harm.

But unfortunately for these people prefer good food rather than healthy food. People prefer a strong taste sweet food because it is more delicious, more like a salty or savory taste bervetsin because more and more like fried foods because of fat that makes tasty food rather than boiled.

Compared to eating fruit or white water people prefer foods that cause appetite. White rice better than brown rice, bread and cakes more delicious than the sweet potatoes and cassava, sweet drink tastes better than a drink without sugar.

Dr. L Toruan Phaidon, MM, in his writings as quoted on Monday (1/10/2011) said too often many a good meal can give adverse effects to the body although in the short term ie more easily tired, stomach became bloated and also cause cellulite.

"One important thing I noticed is that many people we've lost direction to run with a healthy life, is already undergoing a process of 'brainwashing' continuously through the various media that use the latest marketing technology to offer the product," explains Dr. L. Toruan Phaidon, MM, a doctor of nutrition and healthy living expert.

So what if most of the risks faced by eating good food?

Foods high in sugar, salt, flour, fat, preservatives or flavorings may be a risk factor of many serious diseases.

Reported by BBCHealth and LIVESTRONG, here are some health hazards due to frequently eat well:

1. Obesity (overweight)
One of the most common dangers of consuming too much sugar, flour and fat are overweight. Over time, excessive weight will lead to obesity, which is a condition associated with various other health problems including heart disease, type 2 diabetes (due to lifestyle) and cancer.

2. Heart disease
Sugar and fat can also cause cholesterol buildup in blood vessels that can cause heart disease. This is usually often contained in processed foods ready to eat (junk food) or fried foods.

3. Diabetes type 2 (due to lifestyle)
Type 2 diabetes is a degenerative disease which has increased due to increased frequency of sugar consumption. It occurs when insulin receptors in cells no longer respond to insulin produced by the pancreas, so that cells are less able to get energy from food consumed. Excess calories are then converted into fat and a variety of serious health complications can develop.

4. Hypertension (high blood pressure)
Excess salt intake can increase blood pressure in the body or which is called hypertension. Hypertension is a risk factor for coronary heart disease (CHD) and stroke.

5. Cancer
Most sugar consumption can meningkaatkan insulin levels which in turn can accelerate the process of cell division in relation to increased cancer risk.

6. Premature aging
Acceleration of cell division because a lot of sugar consumption can also have a negative impact on aging and age range. Aging is the result of a complex chemical reaction that links the sugar and protein (which build tissues and organs).

How to cope?

Dr Phaidon recommend some simple ways to healthy living, among others:

1. Eat brown rice, side dishes free as usual.
2. Eat fruit before breakfast, lunch, dinner.
3. Breakfast may be wheat bread, sweet potatoes better.
4. Good carbs can be either brown rice, sweet potatoes, cassava, green beans, spaghetti, bread wheat.
5. Swap white sugar with palm sugar
6. Coffee and tea use palm sugar
7. Fruit juice without sugar
8. Sports 15 minutes every day like drible ball, running, swimming, jogging.

And who should avoid are as follows:

1. Fast food
2. fatty foods
3. Mie-flour noodles because of high levels
4. Chicken porridge
5. Fried snacks
6. Sweet cakes
7. Sugary drinks packaging.

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