9 Healthy Foods You Should Not Eat Too Much Of

Date: 2020-10-30 19:45:10

Is it beans or sweet potato? What about tuna fish and liver? Did grapefruit make it to our list? We’re talking all that AND more.

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Intro – 0:00
1. Beans – 00:22
2. Tuna – 01:19
3. Grapefruit – 02:24
4. Sweet Potatoes – 02:53
5. Tofu – 03:28
6. Cinnamon – 04:24
7. Chilli peppers – 05:47
8. Nutmeg – 06:40
9. Organ meat – 07:13


1. Beans
Surprised to see beans on our list? Weren’t they supposed to be great for your health? Well yes. Beans are rich in fiber, proteins, vitamins and minerals.

2. Tuna
Who doesn’t love a delicious tuna sandwich? It is a fatty fish rich in omega 3 acids and protein. In fact, tuna is a popular protein choice for people trying to lose weight or to gain muscle.

3. Grapefruit
People love this next entry for a few reasons. Mostly because of the insane amount of vitamin C it offers. It boosts your immunity, fights off signs of aging and reduces the risk of a heart attack. This is all thanks to their high antioxidant levels.

4. Sweet Potatoes
Sweet potatoes are delicious AND healthy. They are the best alternative to white potatoes, which are loaded with carbs and fats.

5. Tofu
Another entry that is well-loved, and rightfully so. It is a great alternative for vegans to meet their daily protein needs. All thanks to the presence of essential amino acids. Plus it has selenium, manganese and calcium.

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