Foods to Avoid at Breakfast
1. Leftover Food
Cook too much and couldn’t finish eating, and couldn’t bear to throw it away because of wasting, so it became leftover food. In order not to waste, mostly people would heat up the leftover food, but not every dish can be heated repeatedly, even if it still tastes delicious because there lies the risk of an overload of bacteria and other microorganisms.
Leftover food does not only refer to dishes left overnight. If they are left for more than 8-10 hours, they should be considered overnight. The reason increased bacteria in food is that the chemicals in the food produce carcinogens, such as nitrite, which cannot be removed even if heated. Another reason is that it received secondary contamination from bacteria when placed. Frequent eating leftovers will increase the risk of stomach cancer, esophageal cancer, liver cancer and other digestive system tumors. Eating leftover foods does not have much effect on the taste, but the harm it brings to the body should not be underestimated. I hope everyone will take good care of their bodies.
2. Malaysian Local Breakfast
Malaysia is a multi–ethnic, multicultural, and multilingual society, and the many ethnic groups in Malaysia maintain separate cultural identities and different types of cuisine. Being a multiracial country, there are various types of local breakfast such as wanton mee, dimsum, pan mee, mamak roti, nasi lemak, kuih and so on. Although above local breakfasts are delicious and tasty, but the foods are high-carb, high-fat and high-calorie breakfast types, causes blood sugar to rise and drop rapidly, make people drowsy, work and study efficiency drops, it is not suitable for long-term intake.
3. Cookies & Bread
Cookies and bread are often the first choice for busy people's breakfast, convenient and fast when there is a lack of time. But biscuits and bread should not serve as breakfast as the most important meal of the day, they are dry food, which is not conducive to digestion for the human body who just wake up in a dehydrated state. The main material of biscuits and bread is cereals. Although they can provide energy in a short time, they will quickly make the human body hungry again. Near noon, blood sugar levels will drop significantly.