17 Healthy Foods & Drinks That You Should NOT Have Everyday

While most people can benefit from upping their intake of healthy food, it is possible to overdo it. Healthy foods are part of a balanced nutritious diet, but they too, should be enjoyed in moderation. Excess of any food, healthy or not, is bad for your health. In today’s video, we will tell you about healthy foods that you should never overeat. From broccoli, cereal, wild fish, spinach to margarine and more, watch till the end to learn about all of them.

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Intro – 0:00
Fruits – 00:34
Lemon Water – 01:24
Wild fish – 01:54
Broccoli – 02:36
Olive oil – 03:12
Kimchi – 03:43
Instant Oatmeal – 04:13
Fruit Juice – 04:41
Cereals – 05:13
High Fiber Foods – 05:35
Spinach – 05:56
Quinoa – 06:13
High Quality Protein – 06:37
Chia seeds – 07:18
Soup and salad – 07:52
Crunchy snacks – 08:21
Margarine – 08:44


Fruit: Fruit is delicious and loaded with vitamins, minerals, fiber, antioxidant pigments and other phytochemicals.

Lemon Water: Lemon water is a low-calorie, low-sugar way to make drinking water more fun.

Wild Fish: Wild fish and shellfish are great sources of high-quality protein and omega-3 fatty acids which are heart-healthy anti-inflammatory fats.

Broccoli: First off, it’s worth highlighting that most people don’t even come close to getting as many vegetables as they should in their daily diet, so don’t use this as an excuse to avoid the greens you need.

Olive oil: Though a healthy substitute of other cooking oils, over consumption of olive oil may also be detrimental to your health.

Kimchi: Kimchi—a type of pickled cabbage—is a good source of vitamin A, C, and gut-healthy prebiotic fiber.

Instant Oatmeal: Oats contain beneficial fiber, magnesium, and zinc. Yet, many brands of instant oatmeal go heavy on sugar.

Fruit Juice: There’s commercial juice, and then there is homemade juice. While commercial juice is a strict no-no for daily consumption, it is best to go slow on homemade juice too.

Cereals: Yes, those sugary-sweet breakfast cereals are delicious, but look out for white flour.

High Fiber Foods: Adequate fiber reduces the risk of coronary heart disease. High-fiber foods include chia seeds, berries, black or baked beans, and lentils.

Spinach: This might come as a surprise, but if you’re loading your daily smoothie with spinach and enjoying it in your salads, it could actually lead to kidney stones.

Quinoa: A seed, not a grain, quinoa is full of fiber and protein. The calorie profile is similar to that of most grains, with about 110 calories in a half-cup.

For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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