While regular mayo has 1 gram of sugar per tablespoon, which isn't too bad if eaten in moderation. However, if you go with any sort of fat-reduced mayonnaise,
you could be looking at up to 4 grams of sugar per tablespoon. Eating high amounts of sugar on a regular basis will have a direct impact on your blood sugar levels.
Thanks to all the processed foods on grocery shelves, many of those items contain high levels of omega-6 fatty acids, which can lead to high blood pressure in the body.
Mayonnaise fits into that category.and you may not even realize. It's also important to note that with high blood pressure, there is also a risk of blood clots, heart attack, and stroke
Given that mayo is mostly made up of oil, as mentioned above, it's incredibly high in fat—we're talking about 10 grams per tablespoon. It's also almost 100 calories per tablespoon,
which is a lot,especially for a condiment.That's why it's important always portion out your mayonnaise if you're adding it to anything because it can be easy to be eating too much mayo & gain weight
in one tablespoon of mayonnaise, you'll find 1.6 grams of saturated fat. Even though that may not sound like a lot, how many people are actually taking out a measuring spoon to
give themselves a proper serving of mayo? Our guess is not many. We do know one thing, though, that saturated fat adds up, and it adds up fast. You'll see the results of a diet high in saturated fat
reflected in your cholesterol numbers, and with high cholesterol comes an increased risk of developing heart disease. So, it's crucial to pay attention to serving size when it comes to the mayo
everything from preservatives or additives to MSG can be found in those processed containers. Even though,of course,these options sold in grocery store are FDA-approved
you could be feeling some side effects as a result. That's where the headaches, weakness, and nausea come in. These side effects are definitely a good reason to start making mayonnaise at home