10 Foods You’ll Avoid After You Know How It’s Made (Part 5)

You might not think too hard on how some
foods are made but knowing what's inside the package
might just keep you from buying them entirely
prepare to be surprised and possibly disgusted by the top 10 foods you'll
avoid after you know how it's made part five
kind of gross right yeah margarine this tastes like saddle soap
well it's not really your concern if you're
trying to cut butter out of your diet in favor of this plant-based alternative
you might want to think again about which of them is actually better for you
advertised as a heart-healthy alternative to butter margarine is made
with vegetable oil this sounds great and healthy at first
until you find out that the way they make the margarine have a consistency
that imitates butter is through a lot of processing and human
intervention seen as vegetable oil is normally a
liquid at room temperature scientists had to modify its chemical structure to
keep it solidified they do this through the process of
hydrogenation which hardens up the liquid into a consistency that more
easily mimics butter a lot of unhealthy trans fats are formed through this
process which definitely isn't your best option if
you're trying to lose weight you want me to lose weight though
margarine is marketed as a healthy alternative to butter most of the time
the amount of processing that goes into it makes it far
less healthy in the long run than regular butter which is
in most cases a concentrated solid of dairy fat
if you're trying to watch what you're eating you're better off getting organic
grass-fed butter from your local farm store which has high levels of omega-3s
that are actually good for your heart health
boutique fruit juices okay stewie when barbara hands you that orange juice
you're gonna drink it and smile and really show us that energy from your
audition though it may seem surprising that a
drink most people think is healthy has made it onto this list
it's what's inside fancy fruit juice that may surprise you
though most of these expensive juices claim to be full of fruit and are
healthy for you as a result they actually contain a ton of calories
that won't really fill you up doctors have discussed how boutique
fruit juices don't give you any of the nutritional benefits that eating full
fruits and veggies will but will still have you ingesting a lot
of calories in a short amount of time eating whole fruits and veggies gives
you the calories and subsequent nutrients over the span of a few minutes
if you close your eyes it almost feels like you're eating runny eggs while
expensive fruit juice loads up the calories in the short time it takes to
drink it while simultaneously giving you very few
of the benefits of the fruits and vegetables that were juiced
this probably has something to do with the fact that fruit juices are squeezed
as opposed to smoothies which are blended
juicing a fruit gets all of its flavor out without really releasing the meat of
the fruit which is what makes it filling and good for you
it's kind of a bummer to see an item most people think to be healthy
on this list but the harsh reality is that drinking up your vitamins probably
isn't the best way to replace eating an apple or some grapefruit in the morning
plus you've likely spent way too much money at fancy juice boutiques anyway
sausages please don't kill me please just just wait
the next time you're at a baseball game or a cookout you may be craving one of
those big tasty hot dogs but hearing how they're made may make you
think twice about ordering one hey hot dog i get six hot dogs down here
right away although they're made of meat sausages
and hot dogs are low in protein which is a nutrient you definitely want to be
getting out of your meat products whenever you eat them
despite this they're super high in sodium which means you're filling up
your daily value without really reaping the benefits of eating
unprocessed meat most hot dogs are made from scraps of meat that have been
blended together so you can never be sure what part of
the animal you're actually eating this blend of discarded scraps is known
as pink slime in the meat industry which is quite
possibly the most unappetizing phrase out there especially when placed
in the context of meat a quick search on youtube of how hot
dogs are made is a surefire way to deter you from eating them for the rest of
your life in case you're still tempted to pick one
up during the game or at the grocery store
you'd probably be better off picking out a hamburger over a sausage or hot dog
seen as most hamburgers are made from freshly ground beef
and will probably taste better as a result anyway
skip the processed meat in favor of a real source of protein
your body and taste buds will thank you ramen noodles this is really
good let's face it no one can steer completely clear of instant ramen
noodles whether you're hungover in college or
both everyone knows these quick noodles aren't the healthiest option out there
but knowing what's in these late night snacks and how they're made
may deter you from buying them again though most variations of ramen noodles
are low in calories per serving they also lack significant nutritional value
in some cases they've even been fortified with synthetic versions of
nutritional elements you'd find in fruit and veggies
like iron and b vitamins it's packed with sodium so eating one package of
ramen noodles makes it near impossible to keep within the healthy amount of
sodium recommended for one day spilling the salt is very bad luck not
to mention the nutritional value written on a package of noodles is for one
serving but if you're living alone and need to fill up on a budget
you're likely to eat the whole package yourself which essentially doubles your
intake of whatever's written on that nutrition label
if you're still itching to get that savory ramen flavor without
ingesting all the bad stuff look into ways of preparing traditional
fresh ramen noodles these are a lot less bad for you
and are topped with fun and healthy ingredients like eggs
duck meat and vegetables the next time you're looking for packaged noodles at
the asian grocery store check to see if they have these
ingredients for a healthy and tasty alternative lunchables
a simple packet with just ham cheese and crackers
if you grew up in the 90s or early 2000s you've definitely had a lunchable at
least once though these snack boxes are packed with
nostalgia they're also packed with tons of not so healthy ingredients
most of the meat found within a lunchable is processed alongside
other deli meats processed meats often contain preservatives and additives that
may lead to a risk of cancer and other health issues grains found in
lunchables are also refined meaning that the bran and germ
found organically within the grains is mechanically removed this is done to
give the grains a more desirable texture and extend their shelf life
but has also resulted in them not containing nearly as many nutrients as
whole grains do though it might have been considered a
win to find a lunchable in your backpack while in elementary school
the lack of nutrients shouldn't come as a surprise
hey that's too much information the lack of veggies and
inclusion of candy in what is supposed to be a well-rounded lunch for kids
is a dead giveaway that these highly processed lunches should be avoided at
all costs candies like m m's or nerds pack in the
sugar without offering anything nutritious which isn't great for growing
kids a simple sandwich with some fruit would
definitely be a better option for the young ones
or yourself than one of these processed pre-packed lunches
donuts so you like doughnuts eh you might want to think twice before
bringing a dozen of these bad boys to your next work conference
donuts are deep fried and smothered in sugar which may fuel you for a while
but the high refined sugar content will lead to a horrible crash later on in the
day as opposed to natural sugars which will
help keep you fuller for longer periods of time
refined sugars are more processed and offer spikes of energy that fade out
fast not only that but donuts are often made from gmo white flour which is
highly glycemic this means that it'll cause a spike in
your blood sugar which definitely isn't a great way to start your workday
donuts contain lots of trans fats too which clog up your arteries and
are said to increase your risk of cancer although you might think that donuts are
heavy enough to fill you up they're likely to leave you hungrier
than you were before you ate them instead of grabbing a donut for
breakfast don't tell me how to eat donuts
try eating some granola and fruit yogurt alongside your morning coffee you'll
stay full for longer while still satisfying your sweet tooth
which will help you start your day off on the right foot raw oysters
though they're known for their qualities as an aphrodisiac you may want to opt
for cooking your oysters instead of cracking them open and eating them raw
though they may not be anywhere near as processed as the other items on this
list raw oysters may be carriers of foodborne
illnesses though all raw seafood poses the threat
of getting you sick oysters in particular may run the risk
of infecting you with hepatitis a and norovirus specifically enjoying a
plate of oysters with some white wine may seem like an
indulgence but the severe symptoms that come with hepatitis a
don't really seem worth a luxurious meal with symptoms like nausea
abdominal pain itchiness and jaundice being common in those infected with
hepatitis a it may be a wiser move to ask for your
oysters cooked instead of ordering on the half shell
you'll still be able to enjoy your seafood and the supposed
lusty after effects but won't have to deal with the potential consequences of
consuming contaminated raw food raw oysters are already a polarizing
food with some people loving and others hating the way they taste so why
do we do this but the risk factors that come with
liking this controversial seafood might just tip the scale and put oysters
more in the gross category than the delicious one
regular soda where you put all that stuff
another unsurprising entry on this list you don't have to be a rocket scientist
to know that soda isn't good for your long-term health though it may prove to
be refreshing on a hot day the drawbacks of drinking regular soda
far outweigh the momentarily sweet taste regular soda often contains a lot of
calories that you'll be drinking quickly which is basically
liquefying your daily intake the sugar found in regular soda often causes
energy spikes headaches and even changes in your mood this combined
with the caffeine content found in many sodas
is bound to make you feel jittery after drinking one diet sodas aren't off the
hook either most of them contain aspartame
which some say can lead to seizures cancer
cardiovascular disease dementia and other serious health issues
though the soda commercials often show people being active while drinking their
favorite sugary beverage most people like to enjoy a soda while
hanging out with friends or watching tv in other words living a sedentary
lifestyle the combination of sugary drinks paired with a lack of exercise
has been one of the many contributing factors to the increased risk of obesity
in the united states oh my god i'm a fat guy
if you're looking for something fizzy and refreshing to drink on a hot day
or simply to enjoy while watching your favorite reality show
you're better off getting seltzer water which has a pleasantly fruity taste
without any added sugar or nasty chemicals wheat
man was not meant to eat bread what do you mean man was not meant to eat bread
though gluten-free foods have become more and more accessible in grocery
stores and restaurants cutting out wheat may
seem impossible at first but it might actually prove beneficial if you're
looking to eat a bit healthier many people suffer from gluten
intolerance and feel sick after consuming wheat products
with 1 in 100 people worldwide suffering from celiac disease which is a severe
gluten allergy with symptoms like constipation nausea
and vomiting and chronic diarrhea being some of the
symptoms of celiac disease it's scary how something found in so
many foods can have such an adverse effect on people's bodies
however wheat can be a good part of your diet as long as you
know which wheat products are healthy and which ones aren't
being a member of the grain family wheat is also susceptible to being refined
which is a process that removes nutrients from the grain in an effort to
lengthen the food's shelf life what have you done
whole wheat is rich in fiber which helps with digestion but refined wheat
contains almost no fiber whatsoever as long as your body
isn't having any bad reactions to the gluten found in wheat
whole wheat products are a healthier alternative to their refined
counterparts be sure to check labels to know which
kind you're getting spam spam and reese's all right
i love favorites can i have it is it any surprise that this
infamous mystery meat would be at the top of this list though meat in a can
may be convenient for keeping it fresh and ready for lunches or other recipes
the amount of chemicals and preservatives found within a can of spam
will make you think twice before reaching for this item at the grocery
store again spam is said to be made originally from
pork but it's also made with lots of salt bindings and preservatives
the pork itself isn't even a single cut of meat
it's a combination of pork shoulder and ham that have been binded together
and infused with sodium nitrite to give spam its pink color the fact that it can
stay on your shelf for years without spoiling has made spam popular overseas
since distributors can ship it without being afraid of the meat going bad
though spam may not have been your first choice in terms of lunch meat
this canned product is popular enough for production plants to make more than
40 000 cans of spam every hour amazing
isn't it what modern technology can do if you really want to avoid it be
careful spam can show up in the most unlikely of
places with sushi being one of the most popular
avenues in which it is used it's nearly guaranteed that fresh lunch
meat will taste better on your sandwich anyway
and will be appetizing enough for you to eat it before
it goes bad which eliminates the need for spam
entirely you're much better off choosing fresh meat from an animal you can
actually recognize than opting for a can of mysterious meat
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10 Foods You'll Avoid After You Know How It's Made (Part 5)

List of the top 10 foods you'll avoid after you know how it's made part 5. These foods may be delicious, but they are the 10 foods you won't want to eat after you know how they are actually made.
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You might not think too hard on how some foods are made, but knowing what’s inside the package might just keep you from buying them entirely! Prepare to be surprised (and possibly disgusted) by the Top 10 Foods You’ll Avoid After You Know How It’s Made - Part 5!

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TIMESTAMPS:
0:00 Foods You'll Avoid After You Know How It's Made (Part 5)
0:25 Margarine
1:44 Boutique Fruit Juices
3:11 Sausages
4:33 Ramen Noodles
5:59 Lunchables
7:23 Doughnuts
8:34 Raw Oysters 
9:56 Regular Soda
11:27 Wheat
12:45 Spam

SUMMARIES:
- Though margarine is marketed as a healthy alternative to butter most of the time, the amount of processing that goes into it makes it far less healthy in the long run than regular butter - which is, in most cases, a concentrated solid of dairy fat.
- Doctors have discussed how boutique fruit juices don’t give you any of the nutritional benefits that eating full fruits and veggies will, but will still have you ingesting a lot of calories in a short amount of time.
- Although they’re made of meat, sausages and hot dogs are low in protein, which is a nutrient you definitely want to be getting out of your meat products whenever you eat them.
- Though most variations of ramen noodles are low in calories per serving, they also lack significant nutritional value; in some cases, they’ve even been fortified with synthetic versions of nutritional elements you’d find in fruit and veggies, like iron and B vitamins.
- Grains found in Lunchables are also refined, meaning that the bran and germ found organically within the grains is mechanically removed.
- Doughnuts are deep-fried and smothered in sugar, which may fuel you for a while, but the high refined sugar content will lead to a horrible crash later on in the day.
- Raw oysters may be carriers of food-borne illnesses.
- Regular soda often contains a lot of calories that you’ll be drinking quickly, which is basically liquefying your daily intake.
- Many people suffer from gluten intolerance and feel sick after consuming wheat products, with 1 in 100 people worldwide suffering from celiac disease, which is a severe gluten allergy.
- Spam is said to be made originally from pork, but it’s also made with lots of salt, bindings, and preservatives.

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