These Traditional New Year’s Meals Are Harmful to Your Health

On the eve of the New Year, doctors and nutritionists warn about the dangers of drinking alcohol. Heavy holiday feasts can also be harmful to health. Let’s look at four traditional snacks you should be careful with.

Sandwiches with caviar

Natural caviar is rich in vitamins, but sandwiches with white bread and butter can “neutralize” this benefit. The combination of carbohydrates and animal fats is difficult to digest, which negatively affects the digestive system. They are contraindicated for people with hypertension due to their high salt content.

Salad “Olivier”

This New Year’s salad contains difficult-to-digest ingredients, such as various types of protein, vegetable fat, carbohydrates, pickles and peas. This combination can irritate the gastric mucosa, causing heartburn and heaviness in the stomach, reports the Russian Seven.

Meat and sausage cuts

Sausage, ham and smoked meats may contain harmful additives that negatively affect the cardiovascular system and gastrointestinal tract. It is recommended to replace the cut with natural products, such as baked chicken or turkey.

Tartlets with filling

This snack is high in calories and unbalanced. Store-bought tartlets, often made with margarine, are filled with mayonnaise and fatty meat ingredients. Replacing with dietary meat and light yogurt sauces will help avoid excess cholesterol.

In general, it is recommended to replace heavy, calorie-dense ingredients with lighter, healthier alternatives to stay healthy during the holiday season.

Author Oleg Loginov

Oleg Loginov – student at the National Research University Higher School of Economics, freelance correspondent for Pravda.Ru

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