WHY EAT HEALTHY??. WHAT JUNK FOOD DOES TO YOUR BODY. Fast Food.
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WHAT JUNK FOOD DOES TO YOUR BODY
Junk food doesn\'t contain the nutrients your body needs to stay healthy. As a result, you may feel chronically fatigued and lack the energy you need to complete daily tasks. The high levels of sugar in junk food puts your metabolism under stress; when you eat refined sugar, your pancreas secretes high amounts of insulin to prevent a dangerous spike in blood sugar levels.
Because fast food and junk food don\'t contain adequate amounts of protein and good carbohydrates, your blood sugar levels will drop suddenly after eating, leaving you feeling grumpy, fatigued and craving sugar.
•you to lose excess weight
•your blood pressure and cholesterol to go down
•you will feel better
•you will look better
•you will have more energy
•your cells will be happy
•your immune system will get stronger
•you will eliminate most or all of your medications
•your God given healing process will have the ability to reverse sickness
Healthy foods – fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes, nuts, seeds, etc. are all rich in vitamins, minerals, fibres and other essential nutrients which play the key role in human health
■Eating plenty of vegetables and fruit. Every day, include a dark green (such as broccoli, asparagus and romaine lettuce) and an orange (such as carrots and sweet potato) vegetable.
■Making half of your grain products whole grain (such as brown and wild rice, bulgur, quinoa and oatmeal) each day.
■Serving fish twice a week (such as rainbow trout, salmon and sardines). See Health Canada\'s advice on limiting exposure to mercury from certain types of fish.
■Including beans, lentils and tofu (meat alternatives) more often in your diet.
■Drinking lower fat milk and milk alternatives such as fortified soy beverages. Be aware that other fortified drinks such as orange juice, rice, almond and potato do not contain the same level of protein found in milk or soy.
■Using unsaturated oils such as canola, olive, and soybean as well as non-hydrogenated margarines (Include a small amount - 30 to 45 mL/2 to 3 tbsp a day).