Frozen pies are full of trans fats that are usually made by partially hydrogenated soybean oil. Trans fats hold many dangers to the heart. FDA labeling requirements for trans fats are so low that a company can use up to .49 grams per serving and still be able to claim zero grams on the package label.
Hot dogs are full of sodium phosphate, corn syrup, sodium, sodium nitrite, and who knows what the meat actually is.These high levels and variations of sodium lead to heart disease,chronic kidney disease, weak bones, and accelerated aging.
Deli meats have hidden sugars added in to the meat that we don’t think about. When buying deli meats it is important to look at the ingredients list and nutrition label; to compare the benefits of buying one over the other when it comes to quality.
Secret: In 1 cup of Kraft’s Mac & Cheese there is over 600 mg of sodium. That doesn’t include salted pasta water or salted butter used when cooking. 1 serving is a third of the day’s worth of sodium. Eating half the box would be half of your daily allotted amount. This high sodium intake can create hypertension and heart disease