Close this search box.

Cardiologists Refuse To Eat These 9 Simple Foods

Photo by baibaz at Shutterstock


Sugar is terrible for your waistline and teeth. But above all, your heart won’t lose any sleep over it, either.

A 2014 study found that individuals who consumed 17 to 21% of calories from added sugar had a 38% more increased risk of passing away from cardiovascular disease than those who consumed 8% of their calories from added sugar.

Cardiologists compare the added sugars in many portions of cereal, and any other food with added sugar, to eating candy. They say it raises the sugar in our blood, increasing our cholesterol and triglycerides.

If you absolutely can’t live without this breakfast food, try eating cereals with fewer added sugars. We recommend swapping cereal with some daily oatmeal and fresh fruit added instead of dried fruit or sugar.

If you found this post about what cardiologists have to say interesting, we also highly recommend reading: Do You Have Horrible Body Odor? These 14 Innocent Foods Are Causing It!

< 1 ... 789 10

4 thoughts on “Cardiologists Refuse To Eat These 9 Simple Foods”


    Interestingly enough I agree with most of your list, however red meat and processed meats are not the bogeyman they are portrayed as, I am not an expert, but since February of this year I have lost 60 pounds eating red meat processed meats, mostly bacon, pork sausage, lunchmeat, and lots of butter and eggs. My blood pressure has returned to normal, I was prediabetic, I no longer am.

    1. that sounds like a keto diet which can help you l ose weight however this diet will not sustain you in the long run. Read the literature and studies. Saturated fat from those food items is very harmful and has been strongly linked to cancer and cardio problems.


  2. I would like to suggest a book you can get on Amazon called Ultra Processed People. It is somewhat technical but very informative. I had already cut out processed meats before I read this book, but there are so many other processed foods that are unhealthy. I’m a 67 year old woman who would like to live to see her great grandchildren. I do buy uncured meat occasionally but it’s not part of my normal diet.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Follow us

This error message is only visible to WordPress admins
Error: Access Token is not valid or has expired. Feed will not update.