Good habits are the key to staying healthy, but in life, some seemingly healthy and healthy habits may not be right. The British "Independent" recently summarized this and reminded everyone that the following seven mistakes should be abandoned.
Mistake 1: Use a toilet seat cushion. The flannel cushion is the best medium for germs. Water, excreta and germs are easy to be adsorbed and retained, and it is more likely to be contaminated and spread. Therefore, it is best not to use it. If it is not used, it should be cleaned and disinfected frequently.
Mistake 2: Eat only low-fat foods. Although they are slightly lower than the average food, they will make you feel hungry and eat more. If you want to maintain normal metabolism, you need to eat a certain amount of fat in your daily food. You can eat more nuts, fish and avocado.
Mistake 3: Weight is measured only by body mass index. The study pointed out that the defect of body mass index (BMI) is that it can not distinguish the ratio of muscle and fat, and ignores the effects of body fat and waist circumference on heart disease and type 2 diabetes. A muscular person, BMI may exceed the standard, but in fact the body fat ratio is not high.
Mistake 4: Love to drink freshly squeezed fruit and vegetable juice. During the pressing process, the juice of the fruit and vegetable juice will damage the cellulose which can produce satiety, and the sugar is completely retained. Frequent drinking of fruit and vegetable juices is prone to lack of energy and mood swings, and may also cause muscle groups to shrink due to lack of protein.
Error 5: Wash your hands with hand sanitizer. Repeated washing with clear water can eliminate most bacteria on the surface of the skin. As long as you wash your hands frequently, you don't need to use hand sanitizer every time. Otherwise, it will easily lead to problems such as dry skin and peeling.
Mistake 6: Eat only chicken protein. In order to control cholesterol, many people do not eat egg yolk. Studies have shown that people with normal cholesterol levels have a more comprehensive nutritional intake of whole eggs. Patients with coronary heart disease and hyperlipidemia have little relationship with one egg yolk a day.
Mistake 7: Don't dare to heat food in a microwave oven. Microwave ovens use microwave energy to quickly vibrate food molecules to achieve heating. Whether using a microwave oven, stove or other cooking utensils, it can damage some nutrients. On the contrary, microwave ovens, because of their short time consumption, can better maintain the vitamins in food.