Eating the World’s Worst Diet for 7 Days

Eating a poor quality diet high in junk food is linked to a higher risk of obesity, depression, digestive issues, heart disease and stroke, type 2 diabetes, cancer, and early death. And as you might expect, frequency matters when it comes to the impact of junk food on your health.“Drink lots of water – at least two liters or more – the next day to rehydrate your body after consuming high-salt and high-sugar foods as well as alcohol,” Vavrek says. Keeping your body well-hydrated is always a good practice, especially after a binge, because water aids in digestion and reduces bloating.emember that junk foods are okay to eat occasionally, but they should not make up more than 10% of your daily energy intake. In a day, this may be a simple treat such as a small muffin or a few squares of chocolate. On a weekly basis, this might mean no more than two fast-food meals per week.Facts of Eating Junk Foods
It can cause memory and learning problems.
It can cause type 2 diabetes.
It can trigger digestive problems.
It causes fatigue and weakness.
Causes depression among teenagers.
It causes fluctuations in blood sugar levels.
It affects the brain function.
It increases the risk of heart disease.How Does Poor Nutrition Affect Us?
being overweight or obese.Sunali Sharma, Dietitian & Nutritionist, Amandeep Hospital, abruptly quitting junk food might initially have some negative impacts like irritability and headaches and you might even feel a dip in your energy levels as all the energy is pushed towards removing the toxins from your body.
tooth decay.
high blood pressure.
high cholesterol.
heart disease and stroke.
type-2 diabetes.
osteoporosis.
some cancers.A 2018 study published in Appetite science journal suggests quitting junk food can cause withdrawal symptoms similar to those experienced when quitting tobacco or addictive substances. You may suffer increased irritability and fatigue, as well as headaches for those giving up sugar and/or caffeine.
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