Effects of eating junk food in India.
Junk food eating numbers increasing as India’s economy flourishing, due to working conditions, especially in night shifts and long hour duties kind of jobs. They choose easy options just to eat junk food even without considering the effects of eating junk food. May be they do this due to insufficient time or convenience ignoring the effects of eating junk food.
Most fast food contains high quantity of carbohydrates, which leads to high calories that would increase the body weight and it will become the main factor of heart diseases in India. Samoa is very fatty snacks and increase cholesterol level abruptly as its trans-fat constituent enhances the risk of heart attack and your body gets bulky. This snack contributes maximum ill effects of eating junk food in India.
Junk food contains Trans fats having no additional nutrition value and at the same time, intake of junk food increases the high risks of type 2 Diabetes among the Indian young population, so its right time to make aware our people about the effects of eating junk food on their health. Chole-bhature causes heartburn and acidity problems, also detrimental to heart and diabetic patients.
Obesity is the major health hazards caused by junk food in India and obesity trigger the situation in which sleep is successively interrupted by deep and long breathing. Eating pakora has been suicidal since its reduce fine cholesterol and grow unhealthy cholesterol, which add another major urban problem-Obesity.
Most of the beverages contain high quantity of sodium, which makes feeling of stuffy and full. Sodium also contributes to large heart muscle as well as high blood pressure due to its salty component. So don’t take too much sodium, contains drinks which causes kidney related and stomach diseases, so beware of effects of junk food on health.
Lastly, Junk foods and drinks also create dental cavities and deteriorate tooth enamel because of acids produce in your mouth after consuming foods and drinks having high carbohydrates and sugar.