3 “Diet Foods” That Are Bad For Your Health

Do you put 100% into your diet program, but do you feel like you get 0 results?

Many people are in this pickle. They work hard, stick to their diet strategy like bulldog, but do not see the transformation they wanted. The hope was high, but the scale just does not go down.

What gives?

Often the problem is no effort or motivation. The problem is that they include certain foods in their diet that are not diet foods at all. The food industry is big business and unfortunately many companies sell their products as healthy, although they are counterproductive options.

What are these foods? Here are three problem nutrients that you must immediately cut out of your diet.

Yogurt with fruit flavor

Fruit flavored fruit is a favorite with many dieters, but many do not see them as they are: sugar bombs of a small size. Individual yoghurt packs have become unhealthy and unhealthy, while their reputation as dietetic food has unfortunately been survived.

The next time you choose your favorite yogurt, you should check the sugar content. You may be surprised that there is 15 + g of sugar per serving.

Of course you can buy the sugar-free varieties, but then you use unwanted artificial sweeteners, which can be just as bad for you.

Choose for simple Greek yogurt instead. Taste it yourself by adding a handful of fresh berries.

Fat-free products

Beware of products that are sold as ‘fat-free’. These products label themselves proudly as fat-free, and that can very well be true.

But ask yourself, if the fat has been removed, what has been added? Time and again the fat content has been replaced by something that is just as undesirable.

That often means a lot of sugar. If you try to lose body fat, sugar is just as bad – if not worse – than fat.

Protein bars

The last problem to be on the alert is the protein bar, despite its prevalence in many diet programs and meal plans. These may seem like a good option because they contain proteins, but once again you have to look a bit closer.

Check that sugar content. Most protein bars have more than 15 grams of sugar per bar. Some contain 30 and even 40 grams.

In reality, these are chocolate bars. While you can buy a few bars with a very low sugar content (five grams or less per bar), you will have to look for something.

Unfortunately, many dieters are not aware of these three problem nutrients. Is one of them in your current diet?

If you want to learn the two non-edible foods that catapult fat loss into high speeds, make sure you look at the Diet of 2 weeks. Very readable and conveniently packaged in PDF format, it has the best advice you need to correct any lingering misinformation that you have fallen victim to.