Top 5 Foods You Absolutely Must Never eat

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Some rules of a healthy diet are fairly obvious - steer clear of fast food joints, say "no" to fried foods, and keep the candieschips and cookies to a minimum. Unfortunately, eating smart involves more than just avoiding notoriously unhealthy foods.

by removing the following foods from your kitchen, you will maximize your chances of staying fit and healthy for as long as possible:




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1. Soy Protein Isolate :

 All soy isn't bad, but the isolate resembles estrogen, which is doubtful — some research has shown that it can increase the risk of cancers and infertility in women. If you want to go vegetarian, opt for veggie burgers with quinoa, chickpeas, or black beans as a base, and eat protein bars that are based on nuts and seeds. And for meat subs, go for beans, nuts, seeds, nut butters, and natural sources of soy like edamame, tofu, and tempeh.

2. Diet Soda

stay away from any diet soda or foods, sugar-free candies, and gum containing artificial sweeteners such as sucralose, aspartame, acesulfame K, and neotame, among others. "The safety data on these sweeteners is shrouded in controversy and conflicts of interest with the manufacturers of these chemical compounds,"

3. Frosting

Frosting typically contains trans fats, which are hazardous food additives that undermine weight loss and promote a range of health problems. lower your cardiovascular health by increasing the level of LDL (i.e. ‘bad’) cholesterol in your body and decreasing your levels of HDL (i.e. ‘good’) cholesterol.

4. Sushi

This one might be surprising since the tuna, salmon and other fish commonly found in sushi is about as lean as it gets. Yet when you factor in the cream cheese of your Philadelphia roll or the mayonnaise in most spicy tuna rolls, the calorie count skyrockets. Portion size matters, too, says Gans. Stick to three rolls or less, and choose brown rice when possible.

5. Frozen Meals

(Hello, dinner in five minutes or less!) There's a whole section of frozen meal options that are quick and easy to make and boast low calorie counts. Yet many are also packed with sodium. Instead of going this route, make a big meal (like a yummy soup or stew) at home when you have some downtime, Frozen fruits and veggies are OK, too, as long as you look for options without added sauces or salt.

Eat smart and avoid all fast food like the plague!


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