Diet is an extremely important part of our lives. More and more scientific reports talk about how much proper nutrition affects our whole life. It is therefore worth knowing what to avoid in order to stay healthy as long as possible!
According to the o2 portal, American scientists from Washington University School of Medicine once again pay attention to excess fat and sugar in our diet. These two ingredients affect our health quite strongly and have a destructive effect on it.
Healthy habits will save us from diseases!
Both sugar and fat affect Paneth's hands, which are located in the small intestine. It is these cells that influence defense responses. When they are damaged, the defensive reaction will be severely impaired, and thus, inflammatory diseases will develop in the intestines. This, in turn, leads to the formation of many complications, including even extremely dangerous cancer in the intestine.
It is therefore worth limiting the consumption of sugar and fat in our diet. Avoid ready-made products, especially those with a long shelf life. Let's choose natural yoghurts instead of sweetened ones. We should also remember that cooking and baking is a better choice for our health than frying in deep fat!
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