Foods That  Are Bad  for  Your Heart

By Vaibhavi Dahake

22 April 2021

Over time, high amounts of salt, sugar, saturated fat, and refined carbs raise your risk for a heart attack or stroke. Here are some foods you should avoid eating.

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French Fries The deep-fried potatoes from restaurants and fast-food places have lots of fat and salt, which is bad news for your heart.

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Pizza  can be healthy if you make it the right way, but most take-out pizza and frozen pies have staggering amounts of sodium, fat, and calories, all of which can raise your risk of a heart attack.

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Soda Having small amounts of added sugar isn’t harmful, but a can of soda has more added sugar than experts recommend for a whole day. Soda drinkers tend to gain more weight and are more likely to be obese and have blood pressure.

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Fried Chicken Deep-frying chicken adds calories, fat, and sodium to an otherwise healthy food.

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Ice Cream Ice cream is high in sugar, calories, and saturated fat, so save it for a special treat. Eating foods loaded with fat and sugar leads to weight gain.

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Biscuits and pastries Most of the commercially produced baked goods are not only full of sugar but are also made with saturated fats which is extremely unhealthy nutritional profile that should be avoided at all costs.

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Candy candy is basically straight-up sugar in every shape and form. And it can increase fatty deposits, putting you at risk for heart disease.

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Processed Meat Processed meats contain a lot of saturated fat, and even the low fat options tend to have contain a lot of salt which is risky for your heart.

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