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Junk Food

Junk Food Tests

Basic Preventive Package
2880.00     899.00

Includes: 57 Parameter

  • Blood Glucose Fasting
  • Complete Hemogram
  • Kidney Function Test
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Complete Hemogram
999.00     400.00

Includes: 24 Parameter

  • Absolute Basophils Count, Blood
  • Absolute Eosinophil Count, Blood
  • Absolute Lymphocyte Count, Blood
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999.00     430.00

Includes: 2 Parameter

  • Average blood glucose
  • Glycated Hemoglobin (HbA1c)
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Blood Glucose Fasting
450.00     199.00

Includes: 1 Parameter

  • Blood Glucose Fasting
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Lipid Profile
1999.00     720.00

Includes: 9 Parameter

  • Cholesterol-Total, Serum
  • HDL / LDL Cholesterol Ratio
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Liver Function Test
1999.00     710.00

Includes: 12 Parameter

  • A/G Ratio
  • Albumin, Serum
  • Alkaline Phosphatase, Serum
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Junk Food Tests

Junk food lacks the nutrients needed by our body and can cause diseases. Test and find out if you have any illness. Precise definitions vary by purpose and over time. Some high-protein foods, like meat prepared with saturated fat, may be considered junk food. The term HFSS foods (high in fat, salt and sugar) are used synonymously. Fast food and fast food restaurants are often equated with junk food, although fast foods cannot be categorically described as junk food. Most junk food is highly processed food.

Concerns about the negative health effects resulting from a junk food-heavy diet, especially obesity, have resulted in public health awareness campaigns, and restrictions on advertising and sale in several countries.

Symptoms Eating Poorly Food

  • You will be lethargic
    With large portions that are often high in fat, fast foods like burgers, fries, and milkshakes, fast food often delivers a hefty dose of calories. Those large portions often leave you feeling full and lethargic.
  • Your skin will deteriorate
    Eating fast food may cause skin issues such as acne. No, it isn't the chocolate or fried components. It is the simple sugars, white flour, and empty carbs like French fries that can be blamed.
  • You will bloat
    Some foods naturally contain higher amounts of sodium, but sodium is also added to many food products. Some of these additives are monosodium glutamate (MSG), sodium nitrite, sodium saccharin, baking soda (sodium bicarbonate), and sodium benzoate, which are used as flavoring or preservatives. Regarding dietary sodium limits, it's suggested that adults stay under 1,500 milligrams per day, and should never consume more than 2,300 milligrams day. A single fast-food meal can actually exceed 2,300 milligrams. Too much sodium causes your body to retain water, making you feel bloated and puffy.
  • Your memory and cognitive function will decline
    Fast foods like bacon burgers, some fried foods, and milkshakes are often high in saturated fats. It is been long established that saturated fats can negatively impact the heart, but there's also research that suggests high saturated fat intake may negatively impact brain function and memory, says Moore. She adds that higher intakes of saturated fatty acids may impair memory speed and flexibility and prospective memory (your ability to remember to do what you intended). You intended not to pull into the drive-thru, remember?
  • You will increase your risk of obesity
    If you switch from a balanced diet of whole foods to one of fast food, the most obvious difference you'd register would be the enormous uptick in (largely empty) calories you'd consume per meal. Hello, belly fat. And what's worse: "The high-calorie intake can lead to obesity, which puts you at risk for developing chronic diseases.
  • You will be constipated
    Fast foods like bacon burgers, some fried foods, and milkshakes are often high in saturated fats. It is been long established that saturated fats can negatively impact the heart, but there's also research that suggests high saturated fat intake may negatively impact brain function and memory.
  • Your teeth will decay
    Frequent soda intake can lead to poor oral health. Drinking large amounts of soda increases the amount of acid in your mouth, which eventually causes tooth decay and cavities.
  • You will increase inflammation
    Phthalates, a class of endocrine-disrupting chemical toxins, are used to line plastic food and beverage packaging. Unfortunately, they're not good for your health. One 2018 Environment International study found that people who often ate fast food had 35 percent higher levels of phthalate metabolites than people who mostly eat food bought at a grocery store and prepared it at home.
  • Your kidneys and stomach will suffer
    Sodium also can contribute to existing high blood pressure or an enlarged heart muscle. If you have congestive heart failure, cirrhosis, or kidney disease, too much salt can contribute to a dangerous buildup of fluid.
  • Your blood sugar will spike
    Eating high-carb fast food increases your blood sugar. As you consume white-flour-based foods such as the bun from a burger, or French fries with your sandwich, your body takes in a large amount of white sugar.
  • You may increase your risk of cancer
    These additives are used to maintain meat color and to inhibit bacterial growth. Both chemicals can break down into nitrosamines, substances with the potential to cause cancer, according to a meta-analysis published in the journal Nutrients.
  • Your bones could weaken
    As we mentioned, fast food is typically loaded with sodium. One Big Mac has 970 mg of sodium, well over one-third of the daily recommended allowance. A high sodium intake can cause your bones to weaken, leading to possible osteoporosis, Shapiro warns.