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As you already know, having good and healthy food habits is fundamental to our overall well-being and quality of life. Eating healthy foods and cooking in a clean way not only helps you improve your physical health, such as reducing your risk of type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity, bad cholesterol, cancers and cardiovascular diseases, but it also boosts your mental health and makes you feel happier.

One of the most important things that you have to take into consideration when preparing your meals and choosing the right diet is how you cook your foods. In fact, some recipes that contain healthy ingredients can actually be harmful to your health if they are cooked in the wrong way.

Don’t forget that healthy eating is actually the key to a better life. People who follow the right diet are more likely to sleep better, have more energy, are happier and have stronger mental health.

Here are some eating and cooking habits that are considered bad by many nutritionists around the world and they recommend that you avoid them. Read on for more info and stay healthy!

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