Oily and Fatty Food Should be Avoided in Breakfast

by Kathy Jones on  October 5, 2013 at 4:41 PM Diet & Nutrition News
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While busy professionals often skip breakfast and instead indulge in fast food in order to save time, a nutritionist has warned such a habit is unhealthy as fast foods are often high in fat and oil content.
 Oily and Fatty Food Should be Avoided in Breakfast
Oily and Fatty Food Should be Avoided in Breakfast

Ambica Sharma, nutritionist, Columbia Asia Hospital, Ghaziabad, shares a list of food items that should be avoided:

- Paranthas dripping with oil or ghee are a big no. Even if you wish to eat them, avoid using excess oil and ghee and have them with curd.

- Poori-Aaloo is a common breakfast for those who stay in hostels. It is not a healthy option. If there is no other choice, use a paper or tissue to soak the excess oil in Pooris.

- Junk food like chips, fried fast food and soft drinks or sweets like candy must be avoided too.

Source: IANS

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