5 Foods You Should NEVER Eat

5 Foods You Should NEVER Eat

November 4, 2019 46 By William Morgan


here are five food products you should
always avoid number three has always
been my Achilles heel tell me what yours
is enjoy the video number one high
fructose corn syrup high fructose corn
syrup is bad because of the amount of
fructose inside it the lava can only
metabolize a certain amount of fructose
before it begins to convert that
fructose into fat so the only difference
between sugar and high fructose corn
syrup is that the fructose and glucose
molecules of floating separately in a
liquid form it’s mainly used to Sweden
processed foods and soft drinks number
two seeds and vegetable oils some flour
soybean cottonseed these are the sorts
of oils you should be avoiding at all
costs inflammation is one of the biggest
risk factors for various ailments which
basically caused an early death the
reason these seemingly healthy oils are
harmful is that they have far too much
omega-6 one prominent cause of
inflammation are excessive omega-6 fatty
acids in the body cell membranes but
what the important thing is is that that
an excess of proportion to omega-3 fatty
acids so our ratio in the past used to
be one to one and outs sixteen to one
favoring omega-6 so we’re way off from
where we should be and regardless that
omega-6 is a polyunsaturated fat it
doesn’t mean that it’s healthy a common
way to increase the amount of omega-3
fatty acids you’re getting is to
supplement with fish oil and if you’re
vegan or vegetarian you can supplement
with algae plant-based algae which
supplies you with the amount of DHA and
EPA you need if you can afford it
because it’s a little more expensive
opt for krill oil krill oil is more
bioavailable and so if you buy krill oil
the DHA is going to be absorbed better
into your into your brain because of the
phospholipids inside it number three
artificial sweeteners God’s gift to
people who want to lose weight and still
enjoy satisfying this sweet tooth fun
fact refined carbohydrates have actually
declined rather rapidly since 1999 as
artificial sweeteners have risen and
taken their place artificial sweeteners
seemed like a promising intervention for
people who want to be healthier right
because they have no calories and
general per se they don’t illicit an
insulin response and it seems
like you can by effect lose weight while
you consume these beverages the FDA
approves various artificial sweeteners
like Espada means Sacher n’ neo taem
sucralose and a few more but does this
mean that you should eat them in copious
amounts probably not here’s why so the
idea is that I’m not as bad as sugar for
the same reasons but the still is bad
because they desensitize your palate and
make you crave sweet things elsewhere
and thus if you don’t have that much
willpower which you might not if you’re
trying to lose weight and get healthier
to begin with it might be best just to
stay away from them but occasionally if
you do have self-control and you keep
your dietary choices in check elsewhere
they can be part of a healthy well
balanced diet in moderation in the
multi-ethnic study of atherosclerosis a
daily consumption of diet drinks were
associated with a 36 greater risk from
metabolic syndrome and a 67 increased
risk for type 2 diabetes the point is
that artificial sweeteners desensitize
your palate instead of sugar and high
fructose corn syrup to a fruit as much
as possible you have very sweet fruits
which can satisfy your sweet tooth like
mangoes or kiwi fruit and fruits on bed
even though they have sugar I’ve made
another video explaining why so you can
check in the description if you want to
watch that video number 4 processed meat
the World Health Organization labeled
processed meats as a group 1 a
carcinogen basically what this means is
that they are carcinogenic they cause
cancer these foods include hotdogs
corned beef ham foods which you know
typically a symbolic of health and a
sandwich with lettuce or something
actually very evidently cause cancer so
it is best to avoid these foods as much
as possible and if you’re going to eat
them eat them in tiny tiny tiny amounts
and you know optimally avoid them
completely now in terms of red meat in
moderation and a healthy and well
balanced diet we can’t say that they
cause cancer because the evidence used
to say that they were correlated with
cancer was epidemiological which means
that it’s just a correlation and it’s
not a causation there are other
variables which you can interfere and
which is symbolic of someone who eats
more red meat which can be the ones
making the correlation
genic so it’s best to eat red meat in
moderation but don’t fear eating it from
time to time as it’s not as carcinogenic
or as unhealthy as something like
processed meats which should avoid
completely number-5 trans fats trans
fats are a specific type of fat with a
unique chemical structure now you might
be wondering those are the trans fats in
small amounts in in meat and even more
in grass-fed meat yeah you’re right and
it’s called conjugated linoleic acid
this is also known as CLA and if you go
into any health store you’ll see that
this is marketed as a health supplement
and it has no correlation with cancer
heart disease and some studies even
suggest some sort of improvement from
supplementing with it so you don’t have
to fear eating meat because of the trans
fat inside it what you need to be wary
of our industrialized hydrogenated
transfers found in processed unnatural
foods these aren’t okay in any amount
not even a little bit that very very
unhealthy but bad because they increase
your LDL which is supposedly your bad
cholesterol and they also decrease your
HDL which is supposedly a good
cholesterol remembering these are
actually proteins which carry
cholesterol to and from the liver rather
than cholesterol themselves but the idea
is that when you have a bad ratio of LDL
to HDL are you going to increase your
markers for all sorts of ailments and
diseases and industrial trans fats skew
the ratio of these proteins which carry
cholesterol to the least optimal
proportion which means that you’re going
to increase your chances of dying
basically if a you want to put it
bluntly although there’s some evidence
between trans fats and insulin
resistance it’s not clear enough to make
a conclusion on it but there is some
some supporting this idea and some not
again if the epidemiological studies
then this may just be down to the sugar
in the unprocessed foods which also
contain transfer now a note on olive oil
because this has been contested for a
while you’ll find many claims especially
in the past that would say that because
olive oil is a polyunsaturated fat when
you cook it at a high temperature it
becomes unstable and becomes a transfer
but this isn’t really true because only
a tiny tiny bit of olive oil is actually
a polyunsaturated fat unlike some flour
or cottonseed which is basically all
polyunsaturated fats olive oil also has
a medium to high smoke point so for most
cooking it’s gonna be okay this is
something I was actually misinformed
about for a while and I believed the
contrary so it’s important to use olive
oil olive oils are healthy oil and even
for cooking so you can use it on your
salads and you can also use it to your
food so if you’re using conceed soy bean
replace these with olive oil grass-fed
butter or coconut oil there you go guys
five food products you should be
avoiding as much as possible what it
seems to be is that it’s much more about
what you take out of your diet rather
than what you put in so bring that
attitude to your kitchen next time
you’re making decisions thanks for
watching and I’ll see you guys in the
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