Risks of The Doughnut Lovers

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Aww, look these sweety! yup.. Doghnuts. these cuties are my fav, but actually doughnuts are so bad for your body that I cannot see any reason to eat it. Not only zero nutritional value, but doughnut also give your body an unhealthy dose of toxins.

Actually, doughnuts affect your heart condition. Doughnuts are a very bad choice for your heart. They’re fried, which means you’re consuming lots of saturated and trans fats. doughnuts have more trans fats than chocolate, peanut butter chocolate bars and even chips. A single doughnut will meet your maximum allowance for trans fats for the whole day, and the truth is that people rarely eat just one doughnut. Trans fats can increase your cholesterol and triglycerides, and increase your risk of heart disease. If you eat more than one on a regular basis, this could lead to problems with your blood sugar, such as erratic glucose levels in the blood, energy crashes and more. People with diabetes should avoid sugary foods such as doughnuts as much as possible.

Not only that, apparently doughnuts are made of white flour, a simple carbohydrate. On top of that, they contain lots of sugar. This makes them a highly refined, highly processed product. Refined carbs contain close to no fiber, an essential nutrient present in whole grain and other natural, healthy foods. Fiber is essential to keep you regular, but it can also help prevent colon cancer, help lower cholesterol and control blood sugar levels.

p.s. for the doughnut lovers:

keep your life and body health. control your desire of eating doughnut. good luck!

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