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Eight reasons to really eat fastfood

Eight reasons to really eat fastfood Fast food often contains too many calories and little nutritional substances. If fastfood regular part of your diet, it is highly likely that for your overweight and ill health can this type of food.

1. Quick snacks, fast growth pounds

Food is fuel for your body. Not only has a direct impact on just how you feel, but also on your overall health. Fastfood not necessarily synonymous with unhealthy eating, but in many cases it actually is. Usually, this is indeed a highly processed foods containing large amounts of carbohydrates, added sugar, unhealthy fats and salt that contains sodium. Products from fast food often despite their high calorie content only offer little or even no nutritional value. Not surprisingly, the result is poor health and overweight or obesity .


The second threatens the emergence of diabetes

Many food and drink is full of carbohydrates. The consequence is that they contain a lot of calories. Your digestive system breaks down carbohydrates to simpler sugars (glucose), which enter the bloodstream. Pancreas responds by releasing insulin, which is needed for the transport of sugar into the cells throughout the body. When the sugar is absorbed, its level in the blood decreases. When the amount of sugar is low, the pancreas releases another hormone called glucagon. He will command the liver to begin to use sugars from stocks. If all the institutions working properly, blood sugar levels remain within normal limits. If the diet are receiving high amounts of carbohydrates, a rapid increase in sugar, which can alter the normal response to insulin. Too high incidence of high blood sugar can be a factor that contributes to the development of type 2 diabetes.

3. Heart in danger

If you receive a lot of fat and sugar without sufficient physical activity, sooner or later you start to struggle with being overweight. Extra kilos are among the risk factors for heart disease. Trans fat (more trans fatty acids) are considered so damaging that some countries have banned their use. Often they are just fast food. They raise LDL or "bad" cholesterol. They can also decrease the HDL or "good" cholesterol. Trans fat also increases the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.


4. Salt above gold, or the path of stroke?

Too much sodium contained in salt causes your body to retain water. Sodium can also contribute to an increase in blood pressure or enlargement of the heart muscle. If you are suffering from congestive heart failure, cirrhosis or kidney disease, too much salt leads to a dangerous buildup of fluid. Excess sodium contributes to the formation of kidney stones, kidney diseases and cancer of the stomach . High cholesterol and high blood pressure are among the leading causes of heart disease and stroke.


5th Obesity hinders breathing

Great overweight is associated with increased respiratory problems. Already in itself can trigger bouts of breathlessness or wheezing even at low intensity. Obesity plays a major role in the development of sleep apnea, a condition that first begins snoring. The patient was due to the inability to breathe at night often wake, up several times. If apnea is left untreated, can lead to death.


6. From hamburgers to depression

One of scientific studies have shown that excessive consumption of pastry shops (donuts, croissants and muffins) and fast food (pizza, hamburgers, hot dogs) increases the risk of depression. Poor diet also affects the connections between nerve cells and may impair memory.


7th Excess carbohydrates causes acne

Chocolate and fatty foods used to be blamed for causing acne. The real culprits, however, are carbohydrates. Foods that are rich in carbohydrates raise blood sugar levels, and thus can cause a nasty rash. Increases the risk of eczema in children.


8th also suffer from teeth and bones

When you consume foods high in sugar, the bacteria residing in the mouth, they produce acid. These acids destroys tooth enamel and cause decay. For healthy teeth, in addition to a proper diet also required regular oral hygiene. Excess sodium from salt can also increase the risk of osteoporosis, a condition where the bones become more brittle and lámavějšími.


Source: U lékaře.cz
Author of the article: Ing. Mgr. Hana Horakova



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