“Eating Habit” Increases Risk of Death by 50%?!
What you eat impacts your health.
There’s no getting around that.
I often talk to you about WHAT you’re eating… and even about HOW MUCH you’re eating.
But today is different.
Because there’s one eating habit that could up your risk of death by a shocking 50 percent… and it has everything to do with WHERE you’re eating.
Over the past year, COVID-19 has changed the way we live—especially when it comes to being in public.
Sheltering in place has kept many people home, and various store and restaurant closings have caused to people to eat at home more often.
And your health is all the better for it.
See, as a recent study revealed, eating out at restaurants too often can be TERRIBLE for your health.
For this study, researchers analyzed 15 years of dietary behaviors of 35,000 people over 20 years old — and they found something shocking about eating at restaurants.
They found that people who ate at restaurants TWO OR MORE times per week were 49 percent more likely to DIE from any cause at all.
And they had a 65 percent greater risk of dying from cancer!
The problem isn’t just fast food restaurants.
Most restaurant foods are high in calories, and are packed with sodium, fat, and sugar.
Even many so-called healthy options aren’t as healthy as you’d think.
For example, the SkinnyLicious Asian Chicken Salad from the Cheesecake Factory has the SAME amount of calories as a Quarter Pounder Deluxe burger from McDonald’s!
It also contains 2,700 milligrams of sodium — that’s WAY above the TOTAL amount of sodium humans should consume per day… in one so-called healthy meal.
The bottom line is that when you eat at home, you know what you’re eating and where it’s from.
If you purchase grass–fed beef from the meat department, and serve it with a side of sautéed asparagus and quinoa, you don’t have to worry about hidden ingredients put there to make the food more appealing—not to mention more addictive.
And, as the recent study showed, deadlier.
You don’t have to cut out all the good stuff from your life, but if you fix most of your food yourself, you’ll be around much longer to enjoy it.
Dr. Richard Gerhauser
P.S. Your diet – from what you eat, to how you eat, and even to where – can affect your health in many ways. Click here to learn about this ONE diet hack that can help you BEAT heart disease.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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