Why you should stop junk food?

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You must be having some kind of junk food today also right? So basically junk food can be simply described as the low nutrition and high calorie food. People have started consuming much of it in their life but if they get to know about the damage they are causing to their body iam sure they will regret eating it. All the pre-prepared and packaged food are no doubt tasty but they are high in sodium, saturated fat, trans fat, and cholesterol and isn’t something you should eat often.

Eating the junk gives us pleasure but on a regular basis leads to increased risk of obesity and chronic diseases like cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and some cancers. 

Junk food can be surely termed as a slow killer if you get to know how they are prepared in the restaurants and what are the ingredients used in its preparation you will never touch it again. But the taste is something that attracts us to it more and more.

People are taking baby steps to stop consuming it because slowly they have started realising it but the number of them are quite few. Really wanna know what happens when you stop eating junk food?

  1. You can easily go to a fit figure from that round one just by quitting the junk food like potato chips ,burgers and many more because they are rich in calories which leads to the bad fat in the body.
  2. Cravings are common but you can control them by replacing the unhealthy junk with that of nutritious fruits and vegetables to keep your tummy fill.
  3. Excessive oil and junk also cause damage to the skin ,leads to pimples which is a big problem nowadays as people have become very fascinated about their beauty. So if you need a glowing and good skin . Just stop!! Junk food.
  4. It also leads to avoid mood swings and provide a person with a better sleep and happiness in life by providing proper nutrition.
Hand holding fast food in silver dish with stop signal. Illustration about eating with wrong.

References:

  • National Center for Health Statistics. Health, United states, 2016: with chartbook on long-term trends in health. https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/hus/hus16.pdf#053. Published May 2017. Accessed March 8, 2018.2. 
  • Murray CJ, Atkinson C, Bhalla K, et al. ; US Burden of Disease Collaborators. The state of US health, 1990-2010: burden of diseases, injuries, and risk factors. JAMA. 2013;310:591-608.