6 Bad Things That Happen To Your Body When You Eat Burger

6 Bad Things That Happen To Your Body When You Eat Burger


A hamburger is a sandwich consisting of one or more cooked patties of ground meat, usually beef, placed inside a sliced bread roll or bun. Hamburgers may be cooked in a variety of ways, including pan-frying, barbecuing, and flame-broiling. Burger has it’s on benefits but also have some scary side effect which you should have in mind before stopping to buy another one. Read the 6 Bad Things That Happen To Your Body When You Eat Burger

Add unnecessary weight to your body

You will gain weight if you consume more calories than you expend, and burgers can be high-calorie foods. A double hamburger with mayonnaise contains 942 calories, and your meal can be even higher in calories if you order onion rings or french fries, with 480 calories per large order, and a regular soft drink.

A single-patty hamburger without mayo fits better into a diet for weight control, since it has only 232 calories. Another way to limit the calories in your burger is to skip the bun.

Increases risk of prostate cancer

Eating two burgers a week could increase your chances of prostate cancer by 40%. A study found frying meat at high temperatures releases ­cancer-causing chemicals called HCAs and PAHs.

Hamburgers are worse than steaks because they reach a higher temperature faster as they are fried.

Increases risk of High Blood Pressure

Burgers can be high in sodium, with a double hamburger with mayo containing 1,081 milligrams. A small one-patty burger without mayo has only 258 milligrams of sodium. A high-sodium diet can lead to high blood pressure and an increased risk for heart disease, stroke and kidney disease.

Healthy adults should consume no more than 2,300 milligrams of sodium per day. Limit your sodium consumption by avoiding salty condiments, such as pickle relish, which has 164 milligrams of sodium per tablespoon.