Heart Disease is the number 1 killer in Australia, are you helping it by eating these 5 foods in your diet? We will be adding up to 50 foods that can cause heart disease over 10 parts.
1 – Candy
Candy is straight-up sugar and it increases fatty deposits, putting you at risk for heart disease.
2 – Potato Chips
Potato chips are high in calories, fat and sodium. A low-sodium diet is essential for a healthy heart.
3 – Pancake Syrup
Most pancake and waffle syrups are made using high fructose corn syrup and not real maple syrup. Too much fructose can lead to an increase in blood triglycerides which increases blood pressure, LDL cholesterol and taxes your ticker and artieries.
4 – Canned Soups
Most canned soups are very high in sodium content. Campbell’s Chunky Creamy Chicken and Dumplings Soup packs in 890 milligrams per cup which is 40% of your daily recommended limits.
5 – Coffee Creamers
Have you noticed that mono and diglycerides on the list of ingredients? These are man-made fatty acids that contains trace levels of trans fats that increases harmful LDL cholesterol levels whilst decreasing your good HDL levels – that’s like a double whammy for heart disease.
Next – Part 2 of the top 50 Foods that can cause Heart Disease
We will be adding part 2 of our series of 10 parts highlighting the top 50 foods that can cause a risk of heart disease.
IF SYMPTOMS WORSEN OR CHANGE UNEXPECTEDLY, TALK TO YOUR HEALTH PROFESSIONAL. CALL 000 IN AN EMERGENCY.