What are the 3 worst types of foods?


Refined sugar increases glucose levels in the blood and may cause diabetes and heart disease. Americans consume on average 30 teaspoons of sugar per day. Sugar + refined carbs= increased triglycerides = heart disease.


Animal fat increases the risk of heart disease. Fat from cheese, meats, and eggs is highly saturated and acidic, and often creates inflammation. Of these fats, eggs are the highest in cholesterol. If you are eating meat, fish, and eggs, it is best not to eat these foods more than a few times per week, even less is better.

Trans fats are liquid oils heated up and bombarded with hydrogen. They are solid at room temperature and found in processed and fried foods, such as pizza, cakes, French fries, sauces, and so on. Trans fats increase bad cholesterol and LDL and lower HDL, or good cholesterol. Trans fats increase Omega 6. In high amounts, this will lead to increased inflammation, which increases the chances of heart disease. Instead, we need more Omega 3 from nuts and seeds, which will reduce inflammation.


Salt increases blood pressure and heart disease. It is best not to consume more than 1500-2000 mg. per day.

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Ramesh Bjonnes

Ramesh is the Director of the Prama Wellness Center where lifestyle is considered our best medicine. Ramesh is also a writer, yogi and workshop leader. He studied yoga therapy in Nepal and India, Ayurveda at California College of Ayurveda and is a certified yoga detox therapist from the AM Wellness Center in Cebu, Philippines. He has taught workshops in many countries and is the author of four books, including Sacred Body, Sacred Spirit (InnerWorld) and Tantra:The Yoga of Love and Awakening (Hay House India).


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