The im­por­tance of cook­ing, eat­ing healthy food

Panay News - - BUSINESS -  By Ai­lyn Mae O. Ben­gan, BSIE, Roxas City

UNLI K E i n t h e p a s t when there are not many r e s t a u r a n t s , f a s t - f o o d chains and the l i ke, such es­tab­lish­ments these days are re­ally in de­mand. These eater­ies let us save a lot of time. They are a con­ve­nient al­ter­na­tive to pre­par­ing our own meals.

Some ar­gue that readyto- eat food fit hec­tic lives. But op­po­nents claim that preser­vat i ves present i n them have an ad­verse ef­fect on health. In my opin­ion, I agree that fast- food diet can be harm­ful to mankind.

Eat­ing healthy food i s i mpor­tant. Health­ier food means health­ier l i fes­tyle. Healthy food can be de­fined as those that are low in fats and sat­u­rated fats. They con­tain vi­ta­mins A and/ or C, iron, pro­tein, and fiber, among other nu­tri­ents.

H o w e v e r , e a t i n g healthy food is some­times i mpos­si­ble, es­peci a l l y i f a per­son eats i n fast- food restau­rants. Fast- food items, while cheap and con­ve­nient, con­tain preser­va­tives. Peo­ple need nu­tri­tious food to stay healthy.

Canned and ready- to- eat food cause heart dis­eases and skin can­cer i n many peo­ple in Cal­i­for­nia, re­search con­ducted by pro­fes­sion­als in the United States showed. Ar­ti­fi­cial color and fla­vor­ing in these kinds of food are dan­ger­ous i f we con­sume them reg­u­larly.

St i l l , i t i s very much pos­si­ble to eat healthy food. Home- cooked and - pre­pared food are t he best. Aside from the as­sur­ance that they are clean, these food are usu­ally done by the peo­ple we love. With­out ques­tion, this af­fects the way we see the food we eat or about to eat.

Many fam­i­lies cook food to­gether, as well as share recipes, es­pe­cially dur­ing t he week­ends. I be­lieve cook­ing and eat­ing to­gether could re­duce the stress we en­counter at work, and i t is an ex­cel­lent idea to eat nu­tri­tious food, i nclud­ing fresh veg­eta­bles, be­cause t hey could help de­velop con­cen­tra­tion at work.

Eat­ing healthy food i s im­por­tant so we could avoid

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