In everyday worst foods stay in your own refrigerator. If you are like that most, It will be adding extra calories, salt, fat, and/or sugar to your everyday diet perhaps without you even realizing it.
Mayo maniacs can use a lower-calorie condiment instead of mayonnaise (mustard, BBQ sauce, salsa, chili sauce, or taco sauce). Maya isn’t too bad, they can switch to a light mayonnaise (35 calories and 3.5 grams of fat per tablespoon); or they can pare down their portion of real mayonnaise to a couple of teaspoons (contributing 60 calories and 6.7 grams of fat).
Sweetened beverages are the essence of ’empty calories.’ Soda, sweet tea, and fruit drinks generally contribute no nutrients but affluence of calories. Plain water is best for hydrating the body and should make up most of what we drink each day. But there are several beverages without calories, like green and black teas, that not only hydrate but contribute healthy antioxidants.
Lunch meats, including deli cold cuts, bologna, and ham, make the unhealthy list because they contain lots of sodium and sometimes fat, as well as some preservatives like nitrites. Processed meat is linked to an increased risk of colon cancer. Processed meats may change into cancer-causing compounds in the body. Further, the sodium in one small serving of lunch meat (one slice of bologna or five slices of salami) ranges from 310 to 480 milligrams. A diet high in sodium is thought to increase the risk of high blood pressure, a major cause of heart disease and stroke.
Many people eat Hot dogs in everyday. It stayed in many a refrigerator. Many people turn to them for a quick dinner entree or, in the case of sausage, as a featured food at breakfast or brunch. It’s a good idea to substitute lower-fat and lower-sodium meats, such as roasted poultry, pork tenderloin, roast beef, and shrimp for frankfurters and sausage in meals and recipes.
The whole-milk products also have big amounts of fat and cholesterol. If you drink 16 ounces of whole milk a day, for example, it adds up to 1,904 calories, 105 grams of total fat, 59.5 grams saturated fat, and 315 milligrams of cholesterol in a week’s time. The lower-fat options are available for most dairy products, be it milk, cheese, yogurt, cottage cheese, or cream cheese.