- by Dr Sheetal Chhabria
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- Feb 18 2017
Era of Instant food!!
In this era of – Everything Instant how reliable is that quickie packaged food which gives you a sumptuous dish within seconds of sprinkling the mix into your food! Most of the ready-to-eat meals for this on-the-go generation has chemicals and does not have the essential nutrients.
Obesity means having too much body fat. It is not the same as being overweight, which means weighing too much.
People who eat Instant food, four or more times a week, up their risk of dying from heart disease by 80 percent. Instant foods create a much higher risk of heart disease because of the high level of saturated or trans fats found in much of the food. Those fats can clog the arteries and, over time, contribute to high cholesterol levels.
Instant food does not provide family members opportunity to set and eat at one place. Everyone can buy and eat walking in the way, driving a vehicle and during his work in office. The satisfaction which a combine meal provides is lacking in Instant food.
Researchers think the increased risk is likely the result of the high calories, refined carbs, saturated fat, and sodium content typically found in instant noodles. Women in particular might be susceptible to these negative health effects because of hormones that affect women disproportionately and metabolic differences.
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