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Health Foods – That May Not Be So Healthy

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When it comes to weight loss, one diet plan for everyone doesn’t bring great results. This is much more important considering that while some can be good and healthy, on the other hand, they can be harmful to several people.
However, there are many people who assume that having a food considered “healthy” and “good” means they are completely free to eat as much of it as they want without facing any consequences whatsoever.
The argument about what food is good and what is not will probably remain an ongoing issue. There seem to be many divisive beliefs that pop up every now and then. However, there are certain things that almost everyone feels aren’t ideal if you want to both lose weight and live a healthy life.
How bad any particular food really is is debatable, considering that any food can be eaten in moderation without causing any ill effects on the individual.
It’s therefore important to consider the overall quality and effects of some foods you eat just as much as you want, while perhaps arguing that they would have no impact on your weight loss efforts.
It’s quite amazing to see that many people eat so many highly processed foods because they believe they are actually nutritious for them.
Below are a number of common foods that men and women eat with the confidence that they are consuming healthy foods.
salad sauce
While the salad itself is known to be a healthy and balanced food, the dressing can still make it totally “harmful.” Many of the regular salad dressings are high in sugar and use mostly vegetable oils like canola or soybean oil. These types of toppings easily contribute to making the lettuce as harmful as the other foods individuals could avoid.
Alternatively, you can season your salads with olive or vinegar oil. You can also look for a range of far healthier salad dressings that are free of preservatives, vegetable oils and sweeteners.
Conventional soy
All soy contains high levels of phytoestrogens, which many experts dispute as healthy or unhealthy. At the same time, most conventional soy is largely genetically enhanced and therefore raises a whole range of health and safety issues. Try to keep your soy intake to a minimum and opt for the organic and whole food varieties as well.
yogurt
Most classic yogurts are loaded with lots of artificial sweeteners and/or sugar. Homemade yogurt or the ones you can get made from fresh milk from a local ranch are often very nutritious. Use Greek yogurt or get a very good quality organic plain yogurt and then add your own favorite toppings.
whole wheat bread
When you think about it, wheat isn’t really a healthy meal. So adding the “whole” doesn’t make it significantly better. Many of these foods contain added amounts of sugar, oils, and other unnatural ingredients. However, you can minimize the amount of gluten or wheat you eat in your diet.
Diet Drinks

This is another extremely controversial topic as a number of people claim that the synthetic sweeteners they possess are usually inferior to sugar. On the other hand, there is some data that suggests that they have an indirect impact on weight gain. It’s okay to drink them in moderation, but keep in mind that they will replace several much better beverage options like coffee, tea, or even plain water. So think twice.

Thanks to Marcus J Michael

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