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Losing weight is a process in which you have to take care of many things and one of the important aspects is to take care of the food that you are consuming. If you are eating foods that are high in fat and sugar content then all your efforts of losing weight may turn out to be waste. There are some foods that are really fattening and by consuming them you will be adding many calories to your diet. If you want to lose weight then you should definitely avoid such foods and focus on other options that will help you to cut fat.
If the dairy-free life isn’t for you—we feel ya—but you’re a waistline watcher, you might be tempted to reach for the “healthier” margarine. Hold that thought: “While many margarine brands are beginning to remove the trans fats from their products in order to comply with FDA regulations by 2018, most margarines rely primarily on highly processed vegetable oils (particularly soybean and palm oil),” Faletra says. “Choosing grass fed organic butter in moderation is a much better option for our health as these butters contain high-levels of heart healthy omega-3 fatty acids.”
Most frozen meals
While nutritionist Ha Nguyen, RD, used to nom on frozen meals as a kid—nearly every day after high school—today, she wouldn’t touch one with a 10-foot pole. Why? She explains, “Most prepackaged frozen meals are overly processed, made with refined flour, high in sodium, and full of additives and preservatives. All things that are not good for your body.” Learn to recognize the most harmful ingredients in processed food.
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