13 foods you should avoid now

By Elcrema
On 25 September 2016 at 12:34

Choosing a healthy lifestyle is important if you want to live healthy. Foods that can ruin your system if consumed over a period of time should be avoided.
Below are 13 foods you should avoid now
1. Alcohol
Alcohol consumption increases risk for diabetes and also damages the liver and pancreas.
2. Energy drinks
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Avoid energy drinks and opt for fresh fruit juices instead because energy drinks are high in sugar.
3. Flavoured Yoghurt
Go for basic yoghurt and avoid flavoured (...)

Choosing a healthy lifestyle is important if you want to live healthy. Foods that can ruin your system if consumed over a period of time should be avoided.

Below are 13 foods you should avoid now

1. Alcohol

Alcohol consumption increases risk for diabetes and also damages the liver and pancreas.

2. Energy drinks

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Avoid energy drinks and opt for fresh fruit juices instead because energy drinks are high in sugar.

3. Flavoured Yoghurt

Go for basic yoghurt and avoid flavoured yoghurt because they are packed with sugar.

4. Cakes and ice cream

Cakes and ice cream should be avoided because they are high in sugar and saturated fat.

5. White bread

White bread has lots of sugar and processed ingredients.

6. Fried foods

Fried foods should be avoided because they create toxic substances that are detrimental to your body.

7. Red meat

Go for chicken and fish instead

8. Burger

Burgers are high in calories.

9. Doughnuts

Doughnuts should be avoided due to their high sugar content.

10. Smoothie

Avoid buying smoothies as they have lots of sugar and full fat milk. Make your healthy fruit smoothies at home instead.

11. Ice tea

Avoid ice tea and go for green tea instead because they are packed with lots of sugar.

12. Sausages

Sausages should be avoided because they are high in fat.

13. Aerated drinks

Aerated drinks should be avoided because they offer you nothing except empty calories.


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