8 Foods Women Should NEVER Eat When Losing Weight

You feel at the right time, so you made the very important decision to lose weight.

The next thing you will surely wonder is how you should go about your weight loss journey.

The best way to approach healthy and sensible weight loss is to eat healthily, reduce fatty and sugary foods, and exercise daily.

However, with supermarket shelves stacked with food promising to provide the weight loss you want; it is difficult to determine which products will work for you and which ones will not.

There are diet foods, low-fat foods, low sugar foods and many more, but many do not work and that’s why women like you do not lose what they want, quickly accumulating pounds because they give up quickly.

In this article, we will look at the foods you should never eat to lose weight and we will explain why they will not help you look for a slim, slender body.

1. artificial sweetener

If you feel that you are making a big difference by adding an artificial sweetener to your drinks, cereal or a bowl of fruit, think again.

First of all, these types of sweeteners are not so safe (some may even be carcinogenic) and many studies have shown that the consumption of sweeteners can lead to weight gain.

Various animal studies show that artificial sweeteners can lead to a sweet appetite.

It’s simple: when the brain thinks that it takes something sweet and does not consume the calories it wants, it asks for more, so you run the risk of falling into a vicious circle.

2. Popcorn

A big bucket of salted popcorn at the movies is no worse than eating an entire bag of potato chips.

Many popcorn brands make you fat and not the guilt-free snack you believe.

Popcorn in movies is based on oil and calories, loaded with salt (and sugar if you choose this option).

A can of sweet popcorn contains over 1200 calories and 60 g of fat, while a box of popcorn salt can hold 3 g of salt (ie half of the RDA of salt for an adult).

If you like popcorn (and who is not?) But you want to eat it healthy, do it at home, without oil or very low-fat oil and skip the salt/sugar.

3. Protein Bars

So easy to pick on the go, but a protein bar filled with nuts and dried fruit can make you fat (if not more) than a bar of chocolate.

This is because these bars are processed and stuffed with artificial ingredients and sugar.

If you want one, check the ingredients.

If it contains more than 200 calories and contains more than 8 grams of sugar, you ruin your diet.

Avoid buying, buy an apple instead: with only 50 calories, it will be better for your waist!

4. Margarine

Most people on the diet immediately change butter for an alternative to margarine, but that will not help you at all.

Margarine is based on highly processed vegetable oils such as palm oil and soybean oil.

These processed oils are big and unhealthy, so they do not differ much from butter.

Instead of margarine, why not try a grass-fed organic butter but spread it very thinly instead?

5. Fruit Yogurts

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Even those labeled as low in fat or calories or even fat-free are not good for your health. Why?

Well, it’s still the artificial sweetener’s problem, it makes you want to eat sweeter foods and ordinary fruit yogurts are no different than choosing a fruity and fat dessert.

Most calories come from added sugar and are simply unhealthy (even if the yogurt gives pictures of good health).

Good alternatives to yogurt are Greek yogurt or plain yogurt. To sweeten it, simply add a handful of blueberries, raspberries or strawberries.

Now it will not be on the fat.

6. Shop-Bought Granola

It sounds healthy, and it’s often said that it’s good for you, but store-bought granola is a no-no if you’re dieting. Why?

Well, it contains a lot of sugar and preservatives, it contains a lot of calories and it will certainly fill you, but it likely adds an extra layer to your thighs.

According to the US government’s dietary guidelines, the granola should be labeled as a dessert because its sugar content is not very different from that of a chocolate cake.

In 100g of cereals, for example, you will find more than 20g of sugar!

If you want granola, why not make it yourself?

7. Dried Fruit

 

Looking for a sack of raisins or currants, catching these banana chips, throwing dried mango could “seem” to be a healthier option, but they are all high in sugar and extremely calorific.

They also contain preservatives such as sulfur dioxide, used for extended shelf life, which is not good for your health, especially when you are dieting.

Remember that most dried fruit blends contain twice or triple the sugar content of fresh fruits (up to 70 g of sugar per serving).

So hold the trail mix instead, chop some fresh fruit instead and serve it maybe with a spoonful of natural yogurt and a small handful of chopped almonds.

8. Hummus

You think you have a snack or a healthy starter for your main dish, hummus with raw vegetables, what’s better?

Hold the hummus!

Although it is made with chickpeas, it should be healthy but the trade hummus is usually made with salt and fat.

In fact, a campaign group called Cash tested 210 dips in supermarkets and discovered that some brands of hummus contained more salt than four bags of ready-to-serve chips.

Store-bought hummus contains tahini and olive oil, but many brands add trimmings that add to the fat content.

A tablespoon of store-bought hummus contains about 1.4 grams of fat and 25 calories. It seems weak, but when you continue to lick and lick, these 25 calories add up quickly.

Four crudités with a tablespoon of hummus equivalent to 100 calories you did not necessarily need.

You can avoid this caloric error by doing it yourself, simply reduce the tahini to about 1 tbsp and replace your oil with a lighter alternative.

You can still enjoy the hummus but go instead to the jars of the supermarkets.

 

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She has “everything good” and never lost an inch.

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