5 Foods You Should Never Eat

5 Foods You Should Never Eat

As you know, eating the right foods is fundamentally important to your health. Eaten properly, in the right combinations and at the right times, food will provide energy for a healthy, vibrant life. But eating the wrong foods in the wrong way will set you up for weight gain – or even worse.

There are five highly common foods often thought of as healthy, which actually work againstyour body and cause you to gain weight. Which foods are they? And why are they so bad for you?

Let’s find out…

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1. Margarine

Regular margarine is commonly based on hydrogenated oils high in omega-6 fatty acids, which when unbalanced by omega-3 fats, lead to inflammation in the body and thus accumulation of fat, particularly in the belly. Hydrogenated oil generates unhealthy trans fats, which persist in these products even if labeled “transfat-free,” due to allowances made for manufacturers. This is bad for your heart, for your organs, and for your body. It won’t help you lose weight, either. The body can’t these burn trans fats the way it does saturated or unsaturated fats, often storing them as fatty tissue. Simply put, regular margarine is never recommended.

Margarine was originally developed in the 1800’s to be a lower-cost alternative to butter, and gained popularity during the Great Depression and the rationing of World War II. Many margarine brands marketed themselves as being a healthier choice than butter, and that impression has lasted until today.

More recently, spreads based on olive oil, omega-3 fats and other healthier, non-hydrogenated fats have become available. The better options remain the most natural options: butter or coconut oil if you need a hard fat, and extra-virgin olive oil if you need a liquid fat.

When in doubt, always choose a natural product over a processed, synthesized one – which brings us to the next food on our list:

2. Artificial Sweeteners

Everyone knows refined sugar and high fructose corn syrup add unnecessary calories and gut-busting simple carbs to your food. The obvious choice is a low-calorie sweetener, right?

Wrong.

Studies have shown artificial sweeteners make it MORE difficult to maintain a healthy weight in two ways:

  1. Your brain associates sweet flavors with calories that your body can use for energy. But when your body doesn’t find them in the artificial sweeteners you’ve consumed, your brainworries that calories are scarce and puts your body into starvation mode. Your metabolism slows down, you feel the urge to eat even more, and your body stores the extra energy for a rainy day – as fat.The result? Weight gain.
  2. Research has shown that artificial sweeteners disrupt the natural bacterial balance in the gut, a disruption linked to unhealthy metabolism.

That’s why we advise steering clear of big-name low-calorie sweeteners. According to current research, they simply do more harm than good.

But what’s a person with a sweet tooth to do?

Choose natural options, including herbal extracts, such as Stevia and monk fruit, sugar alcohols such as xylitol and erythritol, and the fiber inulin, which actually nourishes your good gut bacteria. These are often available in combination products. Their use has not been associated with serious side effects, and some have even been found to have beneficial properties. It’s a win-win situation!

So far we’ve seen how processed, artificial foods upset our body’s natural balance and cause us to gain weight. So let’s go back to the basics. And what’s more basic than…

3. Whole Wheat Bread

Wait – what’s wrong with whole wheat? Isn’t that healthy? The short answer is, not necessarily. Unlike “100% whole” grain breads, just “whole” alone on the front of the package often indicates a combination of flours that includes refined flour, which breaks down into glucose very quickly. In fact, there is no significant difference in the glycemic index of white bread and regular whole wheat bread! That means that they both break down into glucose and enter the bloodstream at the same high rate.

“100% whole” wheat or grain bread, on the other hand, breaks down more slowly because of its higher content of fiber in its natural state. The more fiber a food has naturally – meaning not added back after being refined out – the more slowly it converts to glucose, and the healthier it is.

Does that mean no more sandwiches? Not at all. Simply look for “100%” whole wheat or “100%” whole grain when choosing breads, as this number is associated with a legal standard. Then you can be rest assured that you’re eating the best thing since sliced bread.

4. Conventional Soy

Just like refined flour, processed soy removes a lot of the beneficial nutrients from the natural soy and leaves you feeling hungry. Even natural soy can be problematic, because it is often grown in a manner that has been highly modified, which may produce undesirable health effects. Soy is also high in anti-nutrients, which can disrupt absorption of some nutrients and increase the excretion of others.

Even worse, soy is sometimes highly processed to mimic meat, which often exposes it to harmful chemical residues that can wreak havoc on your metabolism.

Not all soy is bad, however. Be on the lookout for organic soy, especially forms that are minimally processed and/or fermented, like miso, tempeh, and natto, or sprouted, such as specialty tofu.

To make things even simpler, join the Trim Down Club to automatically generate healthy, delicious meal plans including a wide variety of your favorite foods while avoiding harmful forms of soy.

With the Trim Down Club, you’ll learn to make healthier choices that don’t include…

5. Concentrated Orange Juice

Most experts will agree that most common fruit juices are a real “no no” when it comes to weight loss. For one thing, fruit juice is often high in concentrated sugars, and it’s just too easy to overindulge in a tall, refreshing glass.

Even juices labeled “pure” and “fresh-squeezed” are nearly always processed in ways that not only destroy the vitamins and involve artificial preservatives, but also often leave out the fiber, concentrating the effect of the naturally high levels of sugar (and any sugars that may be added). And without the fiber found in the natural fruit, concentrated fruit juice often ends up being simply empty calories that your body doesn’t need.

The better choice is most often to eat the whole fruit. But if you want to treat yourself or get a concentrated boost of nutrients, choose freshly squeezed or blended juice. That way you’ll get the benefits of the fruit without the disadvantages of processed juices.

A better way to quench your thirst is with pure, fresh water or seltzer. And if you want to jazz it up, add a squeeze of lemon or a sprig of mint for a refreshing kick.

Now get the tools you need to eat right and lose weight!

It’s not enough just to know which foods you should never eat. The Trim Down Club is a complete program designed to guide you, step by step, through the process of changing your eating habits.

Using the tools the Trim Down Club provides, you will learn how you can transform your body and reveal the vibrant, healthy, slim figure you’ve always wanted.

Unlike other diets, the Trim Down Club does not require you to:

  • Take diet pills
  • Starve yourself
  • Eat unappetizing pre-packaged diet food
  • Do grueling exercise

Instead, you will learn how to eat your favorite foods in the right combinations and at the right times, to encourage your body to burn fat throughout the day.

Even juices labeled “pure” and “fresh-squeezed” are nearly always processed in ways that not only destroy the vitamins and involve artificial preservatives, but also often leave out the fiber, concentrating the effect of the naturally high levels of sugar (and any sugars that may be added). And without the fiber found in the natural fruit, concentrated fruit juice often ends up being simply empty calories that your body doesn’t need.

The better choice is most often to eat the whole fruit. But if you want to treat yourself or get a concentrated boost of nutrients, choose freshly squeezed or blended juice. That way you’ll get the benefits of the fruit without the disadvantages of processed juices.

A better way to quench your thirst is with pure, fresh water or seltzer. And if you want to jazz it up, add a squeeze of lemon or a sprig of mint for a refreshing kick.

Now get the tools you need to eat right and lose weight!

It’s not enough just to know which foods you should never eat. The Trim Down Club is a complete program designed to guide you, step by step, through the process of changing your eating habits.

Using the tools the Trim Down Club provides, you will learn how you can transform your body and reveal the vibrant, healthy, slim figure you’ve always wanted.

Unlike other diets, the Trim Down Club does not require you to:

It’s not enough just to know which foods you should never eat. The Trim Down Club is a complete program designed to guide you, step by step, through the process of changing your eating habits.

Using the tools the Trim Down Club provides, you will learn how you can transform your body and reveal the vibrant, healthy, slim figure you’ve always wanted.

Unlike other diets, the Trim Down Club does not require you to:

  • Take diet pills
  • Starve yourself
  • Eat unappetizing pre-packaged diet food
  • Do grueling exercise

Instead, you will learn how to eat your favorite foods in the right combinations and at the right times, to encourage your body to burn fat throughout the day.

Even juices labeled “pure” and “fresh-squeezed” are nearly always processed in ways that not only destroy the vitamins and involve artificial preservatives, but also often leave out the fiber, concentrating the effect of the naturally high levels of sugar (and any sugars that may be added). And without the fiber found in the natural fruit, concentrated fruit juice often ends up being simply empty calories that your body doesn’t need.

The better choice is most often to eat the whole fruit. But if you want to treat yourself or get a concentrated boost of nutrients, choose freshly squeezed or blended juice. That way you’ll get the benefits of the fruit without the disadvantages of processed juices.

Unlike other diets, the Trim Down Club does not require you to:

  • Take diet pills
  • Starve yourself
  • Eat unappetizing pre-packaged diet food
  • Do grueling exercise

Instead, you will learn how to eat your favorite foods in the right combinations and at the right times, to encourage your body to burn fat throughout the day.

Even juices labeled “pure” and “fresh-squeezed” are nearly always processed in ways that not only destroy the vitamins and involve artificial preservatives, but also often leave out the fiber, concentrating the effect of the naturally high levels of sugar (and any sugars that may be added). And without the fiber found in the natural fruit, concentrated fruit juice often ends up being simply empty calories that your body doesn’t need.

The better choice is most often to eat the whole fruit. But if you want to treat yourself or get a concentrated boost of nutrients, choose freshly squeezed or blended juice. That way you’ll get the benefits of the fruit without the disadvantages of processed juices.

A better way to quench your thirst is with pure, fresh water or seltzer. And if you want to jazz it up, add a squeeze of lemon or a sprig of mint for a refreshing kick.

Now get the tools you need to eat right and lose weight!

It’s not enough just to know which foods you should never eat. The Trim Down Club is a complete program designed to guide you, step by step, through the process of changing your eating habits.

Using the tools the Trim Down Club provides, you will learn how you can transform your body and reveal the vibrant, healthy, slim figure you’ve always wanted.

Unlike other diets, the Trim Down Club does not require you to:

  • Take diet pills
  • Starve yourself
  • Eat unappetizing pre-packaged diet food
  • Do grueling exercise

Instead, you will learn how to eat your favorite foods in the right combinations and at the right times, to encourage your body to burn fat throughout the day.

 

 

  • Take diet pills
  • Starve yourself
  • Eat unappetizing pre-packaged diet food
  • Do grueling exercise

Instead, you will learn how to eat your favorite foods in the right combinations and at the right times, to encourage your body to burn fat throughout the day.

 

 

35 Comments

  1. Reply

    Nice diet

  2. Reply

    Are you serious

  3. Reply

    Wonderful

  4. Reply

    good

  5. Reply

    Cool

  6. Reply

    This is good,nice post.

  7. Reply

    Good post

  8. Reply

    Thanks for sharing this

  9. Reply

    This is nice

  10. Reply

    Some actually has advantage

  11. Reply

    Good to know

  12. Reply

    Good article

  13. Reply

    wonderful

  14. Profile photo ofItz Kvng Twitch

    Reply

    Very nice

  15. Reply

    I’m a big fan of margarine… I never knew it had bad health effect

  16. Reply

    Good article

  17. Reply

    Stay healthy

  18. Reply

    Good

  19. Reply

    good article

  20. Profile photo ofKreator

    Reply

    Thanks for the update

  21. Reply

    All these foods? I didn’t know that they’re not so good

  22. Reply

    Wow…but if you don’t take it too much prolly once in a while, it won’t really have an effect

  23. Reply

    Waw
    Thanks a lot

  24. Reply

    This article is really good ….for all those thinking they are eating good foods

  25. Reply

    Wonderful

  26. Reply

    Really bad for our health

  27. Reply

    Nice one

  28. Reply

    Thank you for this

  29. Reply

    Health is wealth

  30. Reply

    Real nawa oo so I have been causing issues for myself

  31. Reply

    Nice
    Thanks for sharing

  32. Reply

    Thanks for the information

  33. Reply

    Nice update

  34. Reply

    Thanks for sharing this update

  35. Reply

    Hmmmm

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