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Keep the consumption of convenience foods to minimum, as many contain large amounts of sugar, salt, fat and preservatives.
Avoid frequent consumption of ketchup, pickles, canned foods and chips as they are high in sodium, a risk factor for high blood pressure
Antioxidants like vitamin E can protect brain cells from damage caused by the consumption of large amounts of alcohol.
Spinach consumption in the U.S. rose 33% after the Popeye comic strip became a hit in 1931.
Spicy foods, foods high in fat and fiber, or excess amounts of caffeine can all precipitate indigestion.
While cooking pasta, add plenty of salt to the water. Use a minimum of one teaspoon salt per one liter of water.
Avoid those ready to eat foods labelling permitted additives/coloring/ preservatives as they do not not provide the exact chemicals used.
Excess salt can make you feel bloated and contributes to high blood pressure. Cut down on processed or canned foods to reduce your salt intake.
There’s no benefit in taking large amounts of vitamins/minerals. They may prove problematic instead.
The kakapo is a nearly extinct parrot that is known for being flightless and storing large amounts of fat on their bodies.