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Coversyl (Perindopril)

Foods to Decrease
If you’re into shaping up, you definitely want to decrease your intake of refined carbohydrates, sugar, salt and fat.
The following are some popular foods you should unpopularize in your diet:
Potato chips, cakes, biscuits, carbonated soft drinks, chocolate, candy bars, chewing gum, sugared cereals; processed luncheon meats – hot dogs, Spam, bacon, hamburgers, fast-food milk shakes (8-14 teaspoons of sugar and 276-685 mg. of salt!) and fries; ketchup (which has 8 percent more sugar than ice cream), soy sauce, butter, all animal fats
Note: Remember that protein does not mean nonfattening. The best reducing-high-energy diets should contain proportionately larger amounts of complex carbohydrates than protein and fat.
Salads Can be Sneaky
Fruits and vegetables are great nutritional staples and snacks, but, like friends, you should select them carefully.
For example, it’s true that an avocado offers a fine 580 IU of vitamin A, along with substantial amounts of potassium, calcium, and magnesium, among other nutrients – but it also contains 334 calories and a whopping 32.8 grams of fat! One large raw carrot, on the other hand, can give you a dazzling 11,000 IU of vitamin A, along with substantial amounts of other vitamins and minerals, but contains only 42 calories and .2 grams of fat. All vegetables are not dieters’ friends.

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