- DonutsFried, full of sugar, white flour, most varieties contain the highest known quantity of trans-fats.
Nutritionally speaking, eating a donut is the worst way to start off your day. It would affect your blood sugar within minutes. It won’t stay with you and you will be hungry again within 45 minutes. You’re better off eating no breakfast at all!
- SodaOne can of soda contains about 10 teaspoons of sugar, 150 calories, 30 to 55 mg of caffeine, loaded with artificial food colors, and most importantly…sulfites. We can’t really think of a good reason to drink carbonated beverages.
The carbonation, phosphoric acid, that’s in soda changes your body’s pH.
- French FriesExtremely high in trans-fats. It’s really cooked so dramatically that it’s not even listed as a vegetable anymore.
- Potato ChipsThis includes most commercial chips…potato chips, corn chips, tortilla chips, etc. These are extremely high in trans-fats.
If you feel the need to crunch on something, you can find chips that use olive safflower oil bases, that are baked and not fried.
- Fried Non-Fish SeafoodThis includes fried shrimp, clams, oysters, lobster, etc. have all the issues of the fried trans-fats, high levels of acrylamide and because most of these tend to be bottom dwellers they also have a risk of high levels of mercury toxicity.