BACON, SAUSAGE AND OTHER PROCESSED MEATS
Bacon, sausage, and other processed meats have more calories, saturated fat, salt, and nitrates.
POTATO CHIPS AND OTHER PROCESSED, PACKAGED SNACKS
Definitely avoid salty, gritty carb packets. Our culture values convenience, which is great, but convenience doesn’t mean you have to eat packaged processed foods with added sugars and salt.
Avoid salty, grainy carb packets. “Our culture values convenience, which is great, but convenience doesn’t mean you have to eat packaged processed foods with added sugars and salt,
TOO MUCH PROTEIN
Freeman said most individuals are protein-obsessed. Most people consume twice as much protein as they need in a day, which strains the kidneys and may trigger future issues.
Avoid burger and chicken fast food establishments since they have almost no nutritious options. Non-fried foods are abundant in simple carbs.
Freeman said he avoids energy drinks because they have extra sugar and chemicals that might cause high blood pressure or arrhythmia.
NO ADDED SALT
Freeman said people often get three or four times the daily dose. Unknown goods like cereal, sandwich pickles, and others contain added salt.
Coconut oil has higher saturated fat than lard. Coconut oil moisturizes hair and skin, but too much is unhealthy.