Sausage Sausage, especially smoked, is harmful for you. Its high in cholesterol and calories. Usually, there are different additions bad for stomach and nitrates. People with chronic lung and gastric diseases should avoid this food
Fried and smoked meat Its full of cholesterol, carcinogens and fat especially pork. You should eat it very carefully if you have blood pressure, obesity, sore liver, diabetes, heart diseases.
Tomato sauce There are few natural ingredients, but much conservators and coloring matters. It may be very spicy and salty.
Butter Butter has cholesterol and can give you problems with your heart and vessels, If you eat it too much. Overweight people should avoid to eat butter very often.
Eggs They are full of cholesterol, so eggs are harmful for vessels and heart, especially fried eggs. So dont eat a lot of them.
Salt Salt is necessary for your organism, but when you use it very much it damages your joins. Because sedimentation of salt.
Potato crisps They are high in fat, carcinogens, salt, additions (often spicy) and calories. They cause gastric problems and obesity.
Tin foods They are rich in conservators, stabilizers, reconstructors of color, ingredients intensifying the taste and some others which are not useful or even bad for you, so try to eat this food not very often.
Sweets There is a lot of sugar in this food and when you eat it much, it ruins your teeth. As this products have a great number of carbohydrates and calories, they can lead you to obesity. Ice- cream also can affect your throat and stomach.
Chewing-gum Gum is not useful. Its not bad to chew it, but not much then minutes. If you chew it more chewing-gum makes your stomach work without food and this fact damages it.
Fizzy drink These drinks are absolutely bad for you. No one useful component, but a lot of gas, coloring matters and sugar. Coke can affect your child-birth organs.
Coffee A lot of coffee affects your heart, nerves and liver. It prevents you from sleeping. Avoid drinking coffee in the second part of the day or before going to bed.