These ‘Unhealthy’ Foods Aren’t That Bad for You










These ‘Unhealthy’ Foods Aren’t That Bad for You

















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These ‘Unhealthy’ Foods , Aren’t That Bad for You. In moderation, many “unhealthy” foods can actually be a part of a wholesome and healthy diet. Here are some examples. In moderation, many “unhealthy” foods can actually be a part of a wholesome and healthy diet. Here are some examples. Cooking Oils. Oil is full of fat, but not all fat is bad. Olive oil, flaxseed oil and avocado oil can actually be good for your heart. Each is high in heart-healthy monounsaturated fatty acids, lower in polyunsaturated fats, and generally available in cold-pressed varieties that don’t reduce beneficial compounds through heated extraction. , John Fawkes, NSCA-certified personal trainer, via The Unwinder. Red Meat. Red meat is generally a good source of protein, iron and vitamin B12. Red meat has often been associated with coronary artery disease risk, but a study in 2012 indicated that the risk varies based on processing, with a lot of those differences based on the amount of sodium in the processed meat. , Dr. Alex Schwartz, nutrition scientist, via ‘Women’s Health’. Pizza. Try a thin crust topped with veggies, low-fat cheese and plenty of fresh tomatoes. Tomatoes provide Vitamins A and C, as well as potassium, phosphorous, folic acid, beta-carotene, and a host of other beneficial nutrients, Donna Rose, registered dietician, via Delish. Chicken Wings. Chicken wings are high in protein and low in fat as long as you avoid greasy breading and sugary seasonings. Try a dry rub or marinade and put them in the air fryer for a deliciously crispy and healthy treat. Try a dry rub or marinade and put them in the air fryer for a deliciously crispy and healthy treat







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Friday October 29, 2021