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EATABLES TO

BE AVOIDED

IN WEIGHT LOSS

EATABLES TO BE AVOIDED IN WEIGHT LOSS

When you are starting your weight loss plan you must know all the plus and minus, merits and demerits of every thing related to your plan like what are all the things to do and don't, these points will teach you what are all the foods to AVOID in weight loss.

Avoid “trigger” foods

 

You likely know what is mean by “trigger foods” and they may be different for you than another person. Trigger foods are those foods that, once you start eating them, you will have a difficult time stopping before you have over-consumed them. Sometimes checking the nutrition label is enough to stop you from even taking some of these trigger foods home. If you check the label and a serving of that item is so filled with refined carbohydrates or fats that even a partial serving is too many calories for you to be satisfied, so put it quickly back on the shelf.

Avoid “white” foods

Avoid refined white sugar, refined white flour, pastas made from refined flour, white rice and even white potatoes. None of these foods support your health, and in fact studies have shown that the more often you eat these foods, the more likely you are to develop Type II Diabetes and some types of cancer. Breads, cereals crackers, cookies, cakes and pastries which have been made with refined food products make up as much as 55% of many American’s diets.

 

These foods have been stripped of fiber and  other nutrients our body needs. And as for those labels saying that they have added the vitamins back into the finished product? Don’t ever believe that means the product is as good as if they had delivered it the way Mother Nature made it in the first place.

 

Choose whole grains, brown rice, and sweet potatoes. And be try some new whole grains, too! These carbohydrates are absorbed into our blood stream very quickly and cause our pancreas to produce insulin, which drives down our blood sugar to the point that our liver begins releasing glucose, which makes us hungry for more of those unhealthy and refined carbohydrates. This is the perfect recipe for that insulin roller coaster that we all want to avoid!

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Choose whole grains, brown rice, and sweet potatoes. And be try some new whole grains, too! These carbohydrates are absorbed into our blood stream very quickly and cause our pancreas to produce insulin, which drives down our blood sugar to the point that our liver begins releasing glucose, which makes us hungry for more of those unhealthy and refined carbohydrates. This is the perfect recipe for that insulin roller coaster that we all want to avoid!

Avoid processed foods

 

Real food is always better than fake food. We should look for foods as close to the way Mother Nature prepared them for the healthiest choices. Processed foods are more likely to include a multitude of ingredients that you do not need and do not want in your body, which provide less nutrition than fresh foods.

Processed foods are more likely to contain food additives, preservatives, artificial coloring's and flavorings, hidden sugars, unhealthy fats, be made from refined food products that have been stripped of fiber and nutrients, and be higher in sodium than foods you prepare yourself.

Once you eliminate processed foods from your diet for a while, you will likely stop craving them, and when you do eat them again you will notice they are not as good as you might have remembered. Some ingredients, such as the hidden sugars and sodium actually program you to crave more of these unhealthy foods.

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Avoid Alcohol

Alcohol contains 7 empty calories per gram. It must be either used right away or it will be stored as fat. In addition, alcohol stimulates the appetite and reduces inhibitions which easily leads to consuming more excess calories, and making less than optimal food choices. When you are beginning your weight loss plan it is best to eliminate alcohol all together.

Avoid Man Made Trans-Fats and Saturated Fats

These fats clog arteries and increase the risk of some cancers. For years we were told that margarine, made from trans-fats, was healthier than butter. That was wrong—dead wrong! Remember, “Real Food is always healthier than Fake Food.” Butter is still a saturated fat, but it would be better to choose it over margarine containing Trans-Fats. Beware of Trans-Fats, not just in margarine but found in many processed foods. Saturated Fats are fats like animal fats and lard. Healthier choices are fats from olive and coconut oils, almonds and avocados.

Avoid Artificial Sweeteners

Artificial sweeteners are not good for you. These sweeteners are made of chemicals that are toxic to your body, and in spite of the fact they may have zero calories they can still affect your hormones and insulin response. Some of these artificial sweeteners have been linked to cancer and tumors as well as other problems. Stevia is the only natural artificial sweetener that is acceptable.

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If you really need a sweetener you are better off to add a teaspoon of sugar, honey or agave nectar to your food. Gradually, as your eating habits improve and your blood sugar stabilizes you will find you can enjoy your foods without added sweeteners. You will begin to taste the full flavors and sweetness of your foods without the added sugars.

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