Find out which foods you have been avoiding that have been good for you all along!
1. Fried foods
While frying your food does increase your calorie count, it doesn’t necessarily mean it is unhealthy. When fried in oil, and eaten in moderation, it is not entirely unhealthy. In reality, it contains fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E and K. Also being heart-healthy, and possessing cancer-preventive carotenoids. They are needed in order for fat to be absorbed.
Alcohol is a concern due to people who abuse it, leading to the possibility of developing liver diseases. However, research shows that moderate consumption of alcohol “can reduce deaths from most causes, particularly heart disease, and it raises HDL (good) cholesterol.” Wine, for example, is known to reduce blood clotting, inflammation and oxidation. Drinking moderately refers to women drinking one glass with a meal, and men up to two glasses accompanying a meal.