Bad Calories

Bad Calories & Carcinogenic Foods | Healthy Energy Intake

Calories, Good Calories & Bad Calories. But first, what are they? Calories are a unit of measurement. Calories are now the predecessor to the modernly used unit of measurement Kilojoules. Either way, both Calories and kilojoules are a unit of measurement when it comes to understanding Energy, Both Energy Requirements and Energy Intake. They’re also crucial to understanding the Content of Energy Sources; Food, Drinks and Supplements on a Micro and Macro Level. To help you understand what type of energy sources your body and health requirements need for fuel, what nutrients and minerals may be good for you, what nutrients and minerals may be bad for you, the amount of each energy source you need to fit your lifestyle and what types of nutrients and minerals you need to reach your desired outcome. There is a large number of different nutrients including Carbohydrates, Fats, Proteins and Vitamins. As well as a large number of Minerals including the most important minerals forHuman Health; Potassium, Sodium, Magnesium, Iron and Calcium. All of which are highly necessary in your everyday Dietary Needs.

Fast Food & Processed Foods | Trans – Fats & Refined Sugars

The constitution of carbs and fats are the problem though. If you broke each carb source into sub components you’d understand what you’re actually putting in your body. Not just calories. Way too much refined sugars and trans fat which are both extremely detrimental to your health. Not only are they oxidative properties or mostly carcinogenic calories – Theres very little micro and macro nutrients to assist with energy production or repairing the damage done to your body by eating such foods and every injuries on the inside and out.

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