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Do oils and sweetened drinks lead to Obesity?

 Do oils and sweetened drinks lead to Obesity?

I've heard a lot that oils and sweetened drinks contribute to obesity.

Dr. Mustafa Sari, consultant on obesity and nutrition, answers this question by saying:
Oils and obesity in general are the main cause of obesity if large amounts of them are added to food we should know that every 100 g fat or oils provide the body with 900 calories, the increase of fat intake in food leads to increased triglycerides in the body beside cholesterol, which exposes the run D For problems of blood pressure and the emergence of cardiovascular diseases and fats in general is divided into saturated fats, and should not exceed 10% of the daily need for energy used from fat, which is present in lamb, dairy products, oils, margarine and hydrogenated fats almost like saturated fats.

Unsaturated fats are divided into monounsaturated fats such as Sudanese oil and olive oil and should not exceed 10 to 15 percent of the daily need of energy derived from fats, while polyunsaturated fats such as sunflower oil and soy oil are the best types of fats needed for the body.

As for drinks and juices, the individual should eat daily from 8 to 12 cups of water or juices can drink water during before and after exercise as well as during, before and after eating to maintain the freshness of the skin, which wash the kidneys and the process of metabolism, which leads to the burning of fat so The abdomen should be continuously suctioned and 2 cups of warm water on the stomach, which improves the performance of the digestive system.

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