If you consume too much fat, you’ll gain weight. If you drink too much alcohol, you can damage your liver. If you drink too much water (yes, even water!) you can damage your kidneys.
Nitrates, can be detrimental if you consume too much of it.
Nitrates, an essential nutrient that your body needs to function properly, are naturally found in many foods and drinks. Processed meats, vegetables and fruits all contain nitrates.
But, as you may have guessed, nitrates
can be detrimental if you intake too
much too. Your can get toxic bacteria,
ruin your teeth, develop headaches and
even contract colon cancer.
The trick is determining the quantity of nitrates in your food and adjusting your diet to digest safe volumes of it without going overboard and putting your body at risk.
An over-abundance of nitrates is common, but you don’t have to suffer poor oral health, migraines, high blood pressure and fatigue because of it.
You can make small changes in your diet – as effortless as they may be – so that
you become mindful about the foods you do eat.
Eating better always takes some dedication and willpower, but just think about how easier it will be when you have the motivation to heal your body, instead of hurt it!
Eat nitrates in moderation, and you won’t have to worry about a thing. Processed meat, for example, isn’t something you should eat daily.
Does this mean you never again be able to eat a hot dog at the ball game or a barbecue?
Have that ballpark frank, but eat processed meats in moderation – just as you do
sweets, processed foods and alcoholic beverages.
Is there anything wrong with a turkey sandwich for lunch, or ham and cheese as a quick snack?
Just don’t eat processed meats daily. Along with being an additional source of
protein, lowering your blood sugar and helping you stay focused, too much can
cause high blood pressure, migraines and bad skin.
Begin looking for nitrate-free meat products in your grocery store.
Since the awareness of nitrates has increased and healthier eating habits are on everyone’s mind, the accessability of nitrate-free foods has increased.
Your body is a powerhouse, and should you give it what it needs to be at its best!
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