Hot dogs—ground beef, pig, or chicken with salt and other seasonings—are a popular meal. Ketchup, mustard, pickles, and onions top them on a bun.
Bacon has been a breakfast staple for ages. Cured, salted, and smoked pig belly is served with eggs, toast, or pancakes.
Sugar and artificial sweeteners in most sodas cause weight gain, insulin resistance, and type 2 diabetes, which can lead to cardiac issues.
Rotisserie chicken is high in salt and harmful fats. Roasting chicken adds salt and saturated fat to the skin.
Anger can strike unexpectedly. Anger isn't always terrible, but it's hard to control.
Many nations have eaten white rice for generations, but it may not be the healthiest. Simple carbs in white rice might raise blood sugar if taken often.
Pre-made canned soup contains processed veggies, stock, cream or yogurt, and other additives. Canned soup is flavorful and easy, but its high salt content raises your blood pressure risk.
American hamburgers are incomplete without ketchup. Ketchup's salt and sugar are bad for your heart.
Red meat has protein, vitamins, and saturated fat. Red meat raises cholesterol and heart disease risk.
French fries, a comfort meal, are high in fat, processed carbohydrates, and salt. Fried foods elevate cholesterol and risk heart disease.
Another American staple, pizza, is unhealthy. Pizza is heavy in fat and salt, causing high blood pressure and heart disease.
Diet Coke, albeit healthier than regular drink, can harm the heart. Artificial sweeteners in diet soda raise obesity and type 2 diabetes risk.
In moderation, alcohol can be healthful, but too much might cause heart disease.