Top 10 Of The Worst Foods To Never Eat Again

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8. Salt

Research has proven that a high intake of salt can cause numerous health problems, including high blood pressure, stroke, heart disease, and stomach cancer. In countries where salt consumption is high, such as in Japan, the rates of stomach cancer are much higher than in other countries. Salt was a common way to preserve foods before refrigeration became common, and the use of refrigerators did cause stomach cancer rates to drop, but sodium consumption is still quite high in many countries, including America.

Most foods contain enough natural sodium so you almost never need to add table salt. If you feel that some of your cooking dishes lack the zest of salt, try adding other spices that will compliment or add flavor without adding more salt. Keep in mind that there are many hidden sources of salt in most foods and condiments, which add up during a typical day. Read labels, and try to remove the salt shaker from the kitchen table. Sometimes we simply add salt out of habit, not necessarily because the food lacks flavor.

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  1. kane

    Oct 15, 2015 at 11:07 pm

    Until this country starts to seriously ban GMOs and many of the chemicals used to produce our foods unnaturally, the cost of safe and GMO free foods will continue to rise and move further away from what is considered affordable to many of this country’s folks. $1.50 per lemon, $1.75 per avocado? Rediculous

    • Jayebird58

      Nov 11, 2015 at 4:43 am

      My lemons are up to $2.00 & avacados $3.00. Anyway, our soil we grow all our food in, is not only contaminated but so nutritionally deficient, those lemons and all our foods, aren’t as healthy as we think. Sad!