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Video: Food Pyramid - Fatty, Sweet And Salty Snacks
Food pyramid: fatty, sweet and salty snacks
Processed foods are often high in fat, sugar, and salt. These include, for example, sweets, pastries, high-sugar and / or high-fat fast food products, snacks, nibbles and high-energy drinks (e.g. lemonades, energy drinks and iced tea).
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Food with a high proportion of fat, sugar and salt should be consumed little and rarely - but with pleasure and without a guilty conscience. A maximum of one serving of sweet and fatty snacks should be consumed per day.
Season better than salt
The current recommendation for the maximum daily salt intake is between five and six grams (WHO or DA-CH reference values). Please note that large amounts of salt are found in bread, sausage products, cheese, snacks, salted nuts and ready-made sauces, for example. Use salt sparingly or replace it with herbs and spices!
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- Fats and fatty acids
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