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What Chips Do to your Body!

Chips are High in Sodium! Chips are typically served salted or flavored, giving them a high sodium content. Too much sodium can cause various health issues, like increased blood pressure and heart disease, according to the American Heart Association (AHA). Chips are typically high in fat and calories, which can raise the risk of weight gain and obesity. One ounce of plain potato chips, or about 15 to 20 chips, contains about 10 grams of fat and 154 calories. When it comes to potato chips, none of us can have enough of them ever! While we all relish them in leisure time, we often fail to understand that somewhere they are affecting our body very badly. According to experts, potato chips are unhealthy and are dangerous for the digestive system and brain. Here we are going to talk about shocking facts about potato chips that will make you think twice before picking up a packet next time. - Causes addiction - Loaded with calories - Leads to Weight Gain - Made with below standard ingredients - They are indeed Junk Food - Causes High Blood Pressure - May Cause Depression - Chances of Diabetes - Affects Brain Functioning - Infection with Stomach "Final Conclusion by Dr. Sunny Gupta" Now let's be clear—we are not advocating for the practice of polishing of an entire Costco-sized bag of chips while you lounge on the couch all day. Potato chips should not be among your dietary staples—we're simply saying that, as satisfying genuine indulgences go, you could do a lot worse than a reasonably sized portion of potato chips.

Enjoy them in moderation (yes, it's possible), as part of a diet rich in fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, and lean proteins. After all, you already knew anything fried shouldn’t count as a dietary staple, right?

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