5 Snacks and Foods Which Are Absolutely No Good for Weight-Loss

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5 Snacks and Foods Which Are Absolutely No Good for Weight-Loss

Most people understand that if you want to lose weight, you need to watch you eat.  But not all foods are created equal when it comes to a good diet.  Some foods don’t have much of an impact on body fat.  However, certain foods actually accelerate obesity. Severely.  If you want to avoid difficulties with weight loss, it’s important to be familiar with the types of food that work against the healthy living.

 

Watch What You Eat:

Certified Personal Trainer/Author Paige Waehner advises that “One key strategy to losing weight is to burn more calories than you eat. As easy as that sounds, it usually isn't. It's not just about finding time to exercise or choosing to eat salads; it's about making a genuine commitment to your health every day. Regardless of the ups and downs.” Here are a few examples of food items that can totally impair weight loss:

 

1.    Burgers:

Not only does the average burger have 400 calories, burgers are also prepared with plenty of saturated fats.  The cholesterol in burgers is so elevated that eating them on a regular basis can lead to heart disorders.

 

2.    French Fries:

French fries particularly contribute to belly fat and heart problems.  Much like most fast-food, French fries tend to be deep-fried in recycled cooking oil.  This amplifies cholesterol and drenches fries with detrimental residues.

 

3.    Candy Bars:

Candy bars are packed full of so much sugar that they pose a risk for multiple health complications.  Eating too much sugar can lead to diabetes and high blood pressure.

 

4.    Alcohol:

Alcohol happens to be very dense in calories, and also tends to contain high amounts of sugar.  Consuming large quantities of alcohol makes it difficult to maintain a stable caloric intake.

 

5.    Pastries:

Pastries and desserts aren’t just unhealthy because of sugar.  They’re also prepared with generous amounts of butter. Butter contains both saturated and trans fats which build up LDL cholesterol in the bloodstream.

 

Conclusion:

Generally speaking, comfort foods are more likely to act as major obstacles to weight loss.  This is because comfort foods contain high levels of sugar, sodium, or saturated fats.  If you want to stay committed to healthy eating, the first thing you need to do is activate your discipline.  No matter how strong the temptation is, staying away from junk food will keep you on the right track.If you like what you just read from our blog, you’ll love the various informative courses, workshops, and events listed on our websites and social media. Whether you’re interested in personal development, health and wellness, bettering your relationships, or the overall improvement of your business, give us a call at 1 (800) 913-0222 to find out how Richard Martinez can help you break past your daily struggles and start soaring in success.

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