Despite the fact that growth and development are an unavoidable aspect of life, and that the meals we eat help to support this process, certain foods can be hazardous at certain periods of development and growth.
On that note, the majority of the foods we eat are high in carbohydrates, sugar, or starch, all of which can raise the amount of blood sugar in the bloodstream and provide energy for the body's activities. However, at some point in a child's growth and development, there is a need to limit the amount of these high sugar foods consumed in order to avoid health complications such as diabetes from developing..
Unquestionably one of the most common diseases afflicting children and adults throughout the United States, diabetes is a national epidemic. As diabetes is a medical condition that, if left untreated, can lead to additional chronic health concerns (such as stroke, heart attack, and nerve damage), the foods listed below should be consumed in moderation in order to prevent the chance of developing various forms of diabetes.
2. Cassava flakes (Garri)
6. Sweet Potatoes
7. Suya (Pork, goat, or cow meat).
8. Canned tomatoes
Furthermore, these items, as well as other typical foods that may include excessive sugar or cholesterol levels, should be consumed with caution because they may raise the chance of developing other ailments, such as heart disease and cancer.
The patient should be on the lookout for fruits or other natural goods that have a high sugar(natural) content, as these can both support and exacerbate the detrimental effects of diabetes in the body if they are not consumed with caution.
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