Some products are not healthy and it is better not to keep them in the fridge to avoid temptation. If healthy life and healthy diet means something to you, throw away these products.
If you are a big fan of mayonnaise, in one meal you will eat about 40 grams of fat and 360 calories. Instead of mayonnaise choose less fatty dips and spreads like mustard, horseradish or light cheese.
Salami, sausages, hot dogs and pate are usually made from meat of the lowest quality, with added preservatives, additives and fat. It contains large amounts of salt which is bad for kidneys and high blood pressure. Numerous studies have shown that too much processed meat intake contributes to the frequent occurrence of colon cancer, one of the most prevalent cancer types.
FULL-FAT MILK PRODUCTS
Foods such as whole milk, cream and butter have very good ingredients such as protein, calcium, vitamin B, but the problem is that they contain fat. For example, if you drink half a liter of whole milk every day for a week you will consume over 2,000 calories, 105 grams fat, 60 grams saturated fat and 35 milligrams of cholesterol. Because of this, it is always better to choose dairy products that contain healthy ingredients and less fat.
CREAMY SALAD DRESSINGS
Salad dressings are a great accessory for delicious main course, but the usual serving contains about 120 calories, 12 grams of fat and 380 milligrams of salt. Because of this, it is best to use traditional spices, wine or apple cider vinegar or lemon juice.
Margarine contains a large amount of fatty acids because it is made as an emulsion of oil and water. Margarine increases the cholesterol level which is bad for the immune system. Margarine contains between 19 and 38 % trans acids and only one teaspoon has about 100 calories and 11 grams of fat.
This version of the potato is especially popular with the youngest, and people (especially restaurants) often buy it because it eases work in the kitchen. However, frozen potatoes are not good for health because they contain large amounts of salt and preservatives. A small portion of 85 grams of potato contains about 11 grams fat, about 3 grams of saturated fatty acids, 390 to 540 milligrams of sodium and about 190 calories. It is recommended to eat baked potatoes, nutritionists advise.