6 Surprising Side Effects of Eating a Burger

You may experience weight gain.


Burger King's quarter-pound Whopper with cheese contains 740 calories, of which 57 percent are from fat.

Your cholesterol will likely rise.


Because fatty red meats are high in saturated fats and may cause levels of LDL, or low-density lipoprotein, to increase, we advise minimising red meat consumption.

You'll have an increased risk of diabetes.


When compared to individuals whose diets did not frequently contain pro-inflammatory items, eating a lot of those inflammatory foods was associated with a 38 percent elevated risk of cardiovascular disease.

You may experience chronic inflammation.


Your blood pressure can be increased by a diet heavy in salt, and you are aware that chronically high blood pressure, often known as hypertension, increases your chance of having a heart attack or stroke.

Your blood pressure may increase.


Increased uric acid excretion, which creates the mineral deposits that are so uncomfortable to pass during urination, can result from a diet high in animal protein.


We are aware of these possible negative effects of eating burgers, but we also realise that you are probably not going to abruptly switch to vegetarianism.


The USDA calculates that each American consumes 2.4 hamburgers every day.


Even if you don't typically consume hamburgers throughout the year, you undoubtedly consume more of them during the summer when backyard grills come out of hibernation.

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