Posted: 03 April 2012 at 7:29pm | IP Logged
Trans fat is a common content of too much fatty foods, especially foods that are cooked from fast food chains and preserved foods. So what can trans fat do to your well being?
Are you often mesmerized with that pint of chocolate ice cream, that make you feel completely happy and excited for the moment? But then are you ready to trade in short-term pleasure for a long-term increased risk of depression?
Depression as we know is the illness that involves your body, mood, and thoughts and greatly affects the way you eat, sleep, and feel towards yourself and others.
It is well known that high trans fat intake is the risk factor for cardiovascular disease and people with cardiovascular disease are often depressed.
Trans fat intake is also one of the main causes of unwanted weight gain, fast-food chains and ready to cook or preserved foods contain trans fat thus making people overweight and obese.
A habit of healthy eating must be applied and planned to avoid purchasing foods that contain trans fat, preparing meals should be well planned and checked for nutritious content and absence of trans fat, this could lead to a healthier and depression-free living.
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