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R. Gowri*, N. Narayanan, B. Karthick, S. Jeyakumar, N.Malathi, K.S. Karthika, S. Jeyashanmugapriya


White food commonly refers to foods that are white in colour and that have been processed and refined like flour, rice, pasta, bread, cereal and simple sugars like table sugar and salt. As good nutrition is an important part of leading a healthy lifestyle, physical activity must be combined with good diet tends to reach and maintain a healthy weight, reduce the risk of chronic diseases (like heart disease and cancer), and in promoting good health. The more refined foods a person eats, the more insulin must be produced to manage it. Insulin promotes the storage of fat, making way for rapid weight gain and elevated triglyceride levels, which can lead to heart disease Some harmful substance exist in our diet foods called “poison” because they have little nutritional value and harmful to our health. White sugar, Refined salt, Pasteurized milk, Maida are the major white poison almost we consume every day. Poor nutrition leads to health problems. People nowadays often have little choice but to depend on fast food or ready meals that are high in sugar, salt and fat due to the stress. Consumption of junk food is a major factor in poor diet and yields health problems. Fast food mainly consists of these white poisons and cause hazards to human body. White poison poses indeed place a heavy burden on the health care system. It's important to realize that a large number of diseases are directly attributable to obesity, heart problems, diabetes etc. This review focuses the dangers of white poison and methods to prevent it. Since these white poisons have low nutritional value, and if taken on a regular basis will contribute to the decline of human health.

Keywords: White sugar, Refined salt, Pasteurized milk, Maida.

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