The tangy taste of the Takis may break your diet rules by its appetizing flavors, but is it full of required nutrients? Does it satisfy the needs of your body? Let’s see, what is takis, is it having nutrients?
What is Takis?
Takis are Mexican-introduced rolled corn tortilla chips known for their intense taste and numeral flavors which satisfy your taste buds. It contains high calories, carbohydrates, fat, and sodium, and low nutrients which help the body to function well.
You may find the tangy taste of the takis does not allow you to control your consumption. Then you might regret the resulting effect on your digestive system. You’re not alone, these effects are usual after eating excessive spicy food.
In a 2020 study, authorities tried to find the various reasons behind chronic gastritis effects according to their eating habits. With no surprise, consumption of spicy food was found triggered in 25.1% of the participants.
Consumption of this hot spicy food even affects your stomach like irritation, stomach pain, nausea, vomiting, irritable bowel system, and daily overconsumption even leads to the worst effects on the body.
Is this food is a high-calorie food item? It contains carbs, fat, and sodium, and a lack of micronutrients. Let’s see the takis nutrition fact per 1 ounce i.e., 28 grams of Takis.
- Calories: 140
- Fiber: 1 g
- Protein: 2 grams
- Fat: 8 grams
- Iron: 4.06 grams
- Sodium: 419 grams
- Carbs: 16 grams
- Calcium: 8.12 grams
- Potassium: 1.12 mg
Though takis contain a very little amount of Iron and Calcium per serving it is not advisable to consume on a daily basis, as it has more harmful ingredients.
It mainly contains corn, palm oil, seasoning like salt, citric acid, maltodextrin, corn starch, monosodium glutamate, garlic powder, dextrose, sesame oil, chicken fat, and lime traces
Flavors: it contains artificial and natural flavors with milk and egg ingredients, onion powder, and artificial colors
Also, keep in mind, its arresting taste does not let you be satisfied with a single serving. And you consume more fat, calories, and carbs.
What happens when you eat too much takis?
Takis are highly rich in sodium, and daily consumption can cause a worse effect on the health like high blood pressure, even studies estimate high consumption of sodium leads to stomach cancer.
Takis are processed to preserve for some defined time period. It may harm due to excess intake or you can balance its effect by moderate intake and balanced with highly nutritious veggies and fruits.
Your body welcomes gastroesophageal reflux disease, heart burning, and indigestion due to intake of intense spicy takis.
Takis is Occasional Snacks:
Moderation is the key to maintaining good health as well as satisfying your tastebuds once in a while. Even you can give the support of good nutrients by whole grains, fruits, veggies, and other healthy food to your body.
Takis is popular among Americans and Mexican people for its tangy and spicy intense taste and crunchy texture. It may seem appetizing snacks but it’s highly processed and rich in calories, fat, and carbs which leads to various effects on our health. It would be a wise decision to add a balanced diet and moderate consumption of particular spicy food.
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