Today, we have become part of the microwave society where everything must be done in an instant. So we rely so much on processed and fast foods which are dripping in fat or loaded with sugar. I’m not just talking about French fries or burgers, but also even those boxes of breakfast cereal you dig into every morning. Not to mention those cans of soda lurking inside your fridge. I know completely eliminating such “foods” from the diet may well be out of the question. But perhaps knowing how you can cut down on some will at least help you improve your overall health.So what foods should you try to avoid or at least consume at a minimum? Here are some tips to help you substitute your junk food diet with real ones.Junk the junk foods. More people especially children are fond of gobbling up sodas and bags of potato chips which only increase the risk of developing osteoporosis, kidney diseases, and high cholesterol levels. Go healthy by substituting these movie night snacks with milk and unsalted popcorn instead.Stash the salty foods. Pretty much these should also be avoided at all costs. Unfortunately salt is commonly found in our favorite meals such as cheeses, breads, and processed meats. Check every food label if possible and look out for the term MSG. It stands for monosodium glutamate which some feel is less than good for you too. So avoid this ingredient too if you can. However, the best possible way to avoid that is by preparing home-cooked meals. bluechew reviews
Go vegetarian. Okay now that would be too much to ask especially if you’re the meat lover kind of guy.Hotdogs, bacon, sausages, pepperoni, and bologna are processed foods which are very high not only in sodium but also in saturated fat. And having these in your daily diet would mean an elevated risk of developing prostate cancer, arthritis, and other diseases. So why not substitute these with fish recipes which are way much healthier? And while you’re at it, choose fish rich in omega-3 fatty acids such as salmon, tuna, and mackerel. Since omega fatty acids have been found to reduce your risk of developing prostate cancer or at least slow down the growth rate of these prostate cancer cells if you already have it.Think About: The American Cancer Society suggests you want to limit saturated fats from meat or like butter or whole milk. The reason being a diet lower in fat that includes plenty of whole grains, vegetables, and fruits may help cut down your risk of developing prostate cancer.Go healthy with the sweets. Refined sugar is highly processed that offers few nutrients and a bunch of empty calories. Instead of using refined sugar in your coffee, go for the healthier sweetening alternatives such as raw honey, organic sugar, and maple syrup.