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7 ‘Bad’ Foods That Are Actually Pretty Good For You

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7 ‘Bad’ Foods That Are Actually Pretty Good For You

The fear of eating ‘bad’ food we could be hazardous to our health is chasing us away from the good ones. Elitedaily.com shares the 7 ‘Bad’ Foods That Are Actually Pretty Good For You, Read below;

You know what I hate? When I’m chowing down on something delicious and healthy, like a bowl of granola, and someone comes over to me to tell me how loaded with butter and sugar my breakfast is.

Thanks a lot, everyone.

Truthfully, a lot of the “healthy” things I love aren’t all that great for me.

For example, it sucks red wine stops being healthy the second I have two glasses. I also hate that all my favorite breakfast cereals are loaded with sugar, as are a lot of the yogurts I bring for my mid-day snacks.

Yep, life is unfair. But, here’s the good news: Some of the things we’ve always been told are “bad” have some surprising health benefits.

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Prepare to be amazed and eat some fantastic meals this week.

Butter

If you frequently spray I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter! on your bread, you can swap it out for the real thing starting right now.

While it’s true butter has a good amount of calories and fat, when eaten in moderation, butter is actually a great way to get healthy, saturated fats and fat-soluble vitamins.

Not convinced? Research shows consuming full-fat dairy products is actually correlated with a lower risk of obesity.

Tequila

Let’s get one thing out of the way right now: Drinking four margaritas tonight will lead to a hangover.

That being said, when it comes to alcohol, tequila has some awesome health benefits. Studies show tequila helps lower blood sugar and aids in blood flow. And in its purest form, tequila actually doesn’t lead to a hangover.

I now give you permission to have two shots of high-quality tequila with your dinner tonight.

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