Weight Loss – 4 Things Not to Eat in Order to Maximize Your Weight Loss

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Losing weight starts at the mouth. Exercising can contribute to making a diet work or not, but the most important thing is how what you eat and how much of it. In fact, if you eat the right thing, you can have a successful diet without feeling hungry. In today's society, it's difficult to know what's good and what's not good for you. There's so much variety and everything looks so good and is advertised so ingeniously, that you can hardly know what's true and what's not.

Covering every type of food and its qualities is of course impossible in one article. People have written tons of books on the matter. But here are four types of food which I recommend you not eat, or at least do so in moderation. Taking these out of your diet will contribute to your weight loss and further ensure that your diet will be successful.

1. Fried food . This is especially hard to give up because fried food is very tasty and it's so easy to make that a lot of people base their home cooking on this food type. But fried food is extremely bad for you as the frying oil sticks to the food and you end up eating dishes which are saturated with fat. If you must fry your food, do so with olive oil which is much healthier.

2. White bread . Everything made of white flour is harmful to your diet. Our body has difficulty digesting white flour. The result is that we eat useless calories which are turned to fat. Eating white flour will cause your body to develop more fatty deposits. It is much better to eat whole wheat or whole flour bread.

3. Processed food . It's always easier to buy already made food than to make your own. Who has the time? But processed food is made for quantity and not for quality. Often, it also has a lot of chemical ingredients inserted in order to reserve the food so it can be sold for a longer period of time. All these chemicals are not good for your body and may harm your fat loss efforts.

4. Sweets. I'm not saying to give up candy for the rest of your life or even to stop eating it entirely. But candy is usually a high-calorie, high fat, and high sugar food item. Cutting candy out of your diet will automatically cut down your useless-calorie intake and improve your weight loss. If you feel the craving for something sweet, eat a fruit. It's tasty and a lot healthier.

If you avoid, or cut down the intake of, these food types, your weight loss will be faster and healthier.



Source by John Davenport

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