All the foods that nutritionists themselves don't eat
We all have our cravings: A big bowl of chocolate ice cream after a long, stressful day. A coke with a few slices of pizza on a Friday night. A hamburger and fries.
What harms you? In fact, there are some foods that nutritionists themselves never consume, or avoid as much as possible.
Sorry, red meat lovers.
Red meat and processed meat increase the risk of colon cancer and colon polyps. The risk of colon cancer is highest in those who consume more than 100 grams per day (that's a little less than a quarter of a pound).
Hot dogs and other processed meats
There are few people who find it easy to refuse a few pieces of fragrant bacon or a hot dog.
Deep fried fish or chicken
Studies have shown that frying oil can negatively modify the gut microbiome, leading to worsening of atherosclerosis (the accumulation of fat and other substances in the walls of the arteries). In the long term, this build-up can lead to consequences such as heart attacks and strokes.
If you're a regular soda drinker, it might be time to kick the habit. These drinks are linked to chronic diseases, such as diabetes and heart disease.
Even the latter is avoided by those who eat healthily.