Foods That Slowly Destroy Your Health Everyday

Like most of us, you’ve probably been eating the same foods for years. But here’s the thing: You might only be aware that some foods are slowly destroying your health without you knowing it. We’ve all heard the warnings about sugar and processed food, but other everyday foods can wreak havoc on your body without you even realizing it. Many of them don’t even taste like they’re bad for us! So if you want to maintain good health over a lifetime and avoid getting sick or overweight later in life or stay healthy as long as possible you need to stop eating these eight everyday foods immediately.


Sugar is a disaccharide, meaning it’s made up of two monosaccharides. The two monosaccharides that makeup sugar are glucose and fructose. There are many sources of sugar in your diet, including fruit, honey and candy.

When you eat foods containing carbohydrates (e.g., bread), your body breaks them down into their parts simple sugars like glucose or complex carbohydrates such as fibre or starch, so they can be absorbed into the bloodstream through your small intestine. If you have too much blood sugar floating around in your system for too long without using it up in other ways (e.g., exercising), then it becomes stored as fat on various parts of the body such as hips or thighs–which leads us back to our discussion about obesity!

Coffee and caffeinated drinks

Coffee and caffeinated drinks are a stimulant and can make you feel more alert. But they’re not good for your health, especially if you drink them regularly. If you have digestive problems like heartburn or acid reflux, caffeine can make them worse by stimulating acid production in the stomach.

Caffeine also increases blood pressure and raises cholesterol levels, which puts people at risk for heart disease (1).

Caffeine is addictive: It stimulates the release of dopamine in the brain’s reward centre, which is the exact mechanism that makes drugs like cocaine so addictive (2). And because it causes insomnia when taken too late in the day or night, many people turn to coffee as an “energy booster” during early morning hours before going to work or school–which leads to even greater dependence on caffeine to help them stay awake during these times!

Processed food

Processed food is generally high in sodium, sugar and saturated fat. It also often contains additives, preservatives and artificial ingredients. Processed foods tend to be high-calorie and low in fibre, making them a poor choice for weight loss or maintenance. Processed foods may include:

  • Junk food – chips, candy bars and sodas
  • Packaged meals such as frozen dinners or macaroni & cheese mixes

Fried food

Fried food is high in fat and calories. Fried foods can be deep-fried, pan-fried or stir-fried. They are often cooked at high temperatures using lots of oil.

Fried foods are often coated with trans fats, which are linked to heart disease and stroke. Trans fats also lower good HDL cholesterol levels, increase harmful LDL cholesterol levels and may increase your risk of developing diabetes mellitus type 2 (diabetes).


Alcohol, like many other foods on this list, is a toxin. Toxins are things your body can’t process and therefore have to be filtered out of your system by the liver. This means that when you drink alcohol regularly, it puts extra strain on this organ–which can lead to liver damage and even cancer. The more alcohol you consume periodically (or in one sitting), the higher your risk of developing these conditions, heart disease, and dementia.

The only upside? Alcohol may help with weight loss if it replaces calories from other sources rather than adding onto them!

The foods listed here can slowly destroy your health.

Sugar is a significant cause of obesity but can also lead to diabetes and heart disease. Coffee and caffeinated drinks are known to cause anxiety and insomnia. Processed food is high in salt, sugar and fat – two of the most common ingredients in processed foods are salt and sugar! Fried nutrition is high in fat (and calories). Alcoholic beverages contain empty calories that provide no nutritional value, even if you drink them with your meal!

The good news is that these foods aren’t necessarily bad for you if they’re eaten occasionally as part of an otherwise healthy diet; however, eating them regularly may increase your risk of developing certain diseases or conditions such as type 2 diabetes or heart disease.


The foods listed here can slowly destroy your health.

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