The 3 ‘Fat Loss Foods’ Sabotaging Your Results

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3 Fat-Loss Foods

Are you at the point where you feel like you’re doing everything right with your new healthy eating plan but still not seeing the results you desire? It’s possible the culprit is ‘fat loss’ foods.

Well, you’re not alone as there are many people who find themselves in this position. They’re working hard on their approach and taking care making sure they are eating all the right foods. But yet, something is amiss. The scale just isn’t going down and they aren’t getting the results they were hoping for.

What gives?

Often, the big problem is not effort or motivation. It’s that they are letting certain foods into their diet that eventually sabotages desired results. Foods designed or disguised to be ‘fat loss’ foods in most cases are not. What these foods do instead is hold you back from success, whether the goal getting is physically fit, healthy or both.

So, what are these culprits? Let’s go over three foods and ingredients that you need to cut out of your diet immediately.

 

Fruit Flavored Yogurts

Fruit-flavored yogurts are a favorite among many dieters but little do they know they’re digging into pint-sized sugar assault each time they eat a small container.

Next time you’re picking out your favorite yogurt, double check the sugar content first. You might just find yourself surprised to know there are 15 or more grams of sugar per serving.

Of course, you can purchase the sugar-free varieties, but then you’ll be taking in a number of unwanted artificial sweeteners, which prove to be worse.

Instead, opt for plain Greek yogurt. Flavor it yourself by adding a handful of fresh berries, honey, and a touch granola.

 

Fat loss foods alternative plain yogurt and berries
Homemade plain yogurt and berry jars

 

Fat-Free Food Products

Fat-free labeled foods or products are next up on the list of foods that you want to remove from your diet. In order to be considered ‘fat-free’ products must contain less than 0.5 gr per serving yet the moment you consume more than one serving size, it ceases to be fat-free.

But ask yourself, if the fat is removed, what is added? Something had to be replaced otherwise these just wouldn’t taste good.

The answer to that is sugar, calories, and preservatives. Sugar and its varieties are often added to these foods as a replacement which unfortunately causes their appealing taste.

And, if you are trying to lose body fat, sugar is just as bad — if not worse — than fat is.

 

Protein Bars

Finally, the last of the these fat loss foods that you need to be careful about including in your diet plan are protein bars. These may seem like a great option since they do contain protein and you’re probably trying to get more protein into your day.

But once again, you need to check the sugar content and ingredients. Most protein bars are upwards of 15 grams of sugar or more per bar. Some measure in as high as 30 or even 40 grams of sugar depending on the calorie content.

In actuality, these aren’t much more than a glorified chocolate bar. While you can buy a few bars that do keep the sugar content very low (five grams or less per bar), you do need to search for those. Be careful about buying these bars.

Are any of these in your diet? You might want to ask yourself if these so-called ‘fat-loss’ foods may be what’s causing some issues with weight gain or any other ailment.

 

If you want to learn the two must-eat foods that will help catapult fat loss into high gear, make sure that you check out The 2 Week Diet which goes over the harmful and helpful foods for weight loss.

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