The more fried food you eat, the less your lifespan will be… If you are addicted to snacks then read this report.

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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New Delhi: The British Medical Journal (BMJ) has published a report after a 30-year long study. This is a red alert for those who often resort to snacks to satisfy their hunger. It has been said in the report that eating too much fried food becomes a slow poison, the consumption of which reduces the lifespan. Ultra processed foods cause deaths not only from heart diseases but also from many other causes. Doctors have also declared this report correct.

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Doctors said- the report is absolutely correct, evidence is being received every day

Dr. Pankaj Verma, senior consultant of internal medicine at Narayana Hospital in the capital Delhi, said, 'Although eating ultra-processed foods occasionally does not make one completely ill, but if one has become addicted to it and has become very Is very ill. If you snack too much then it is definitely a matter of concern. The question is how much ultra-processed food can be eaten per day so that it does not have adverse effects on health, so no exact answer can be given. However, as per the dietary guidelines of the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), we recommend limited use of processed food in the diet and preferring only pure food. Our recommendation is to focus on a whole range of nutrient-rich foods such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean proteins and healthy fats while reducing fat, sugar and salt consumption. , Healthy dietary habits are paramount for disease prevention and well-being.'

If you love life, you have to avoid these pitfalls.

Ultra-processed foods include pre-prepared meals, sausages, nuggets, sweets, biscuits, pastries, buns, cakes and chips, etc. Dr Ritika Samdar, chief dietician, Max Hospital, Saket, Delhi, said, 'Since these food items contain high amounts of sugar and saturated fat, their consumption leads to heart disease, diabetes and obesity. There is a need to reduce the intake of such foods and include whole foods like whole grains, legumes, fruits and vegetables. Among ultra-processed foods, meat/poultry/seafood-based ready-to-eat products are of particular concern, he said.

If everyone believes what is written on packed food to be true then be careful, this warning of ICMR will blow your senses.

At least consider these figures

Dr. Ajay Aggarwal, Director of Internal Medicine at Fortis Hospital, Noida, also discussed its harmful effects in detail. He said, 'There is strong evidence that high consumption of deep-fried foods increases the risk of heart disease-related deaths by about 50%. Similarly, the risk of anxiety-stress and general mental disorders increases by 48-53% while the risk of type 2 diabetes increases by 12%.

He said that one should avoid ultra-processed foods as much as possible. Dr. Piyush Ranjan, senior consultant and vice chairman of the department of gastroenterology at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, said, 'It is difficult to avoid all these in daily life, but they should be reduced as much as possible.' He said that overall a balanced diet is important. Neelima Bisht, Head of Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics, Paras Health, said, 'The best thing about eating a balanced diet rich in whole foods is that it is very beneficial for your health. Then there is also avoidance of ultra-processed foods.

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