Foods that are “low in fat” but gain weight .. Know...

Foods that are “low in fat” but gain weight .. Know...
Foods that are “low in fat” but gain weight .. Know...
Many people eat “low-fat” or “fat-free” canned foods, as they contribute to weight loss and maintain body fitness away from sugars and saturated fats that cause weight gain. These products are marketed as healthy foods that help burn fat in order to attract those seeking to reduce Weighing them by following a diet to eat them frequently, but the shocking truth is that what is written on these foods is completely different from their reality.

Some studies indicate that many diets offer false advice, and have opposite results in terms of weight reduction in humans, which causes distressing adverse results for some in most cases, especially for “waist circumference” areas.

And the newspaper “healthline” specialized in health and food revealed a list of 13 meals promoted as aiding in the diet, while studies confirm that it contributes to increasing obesity.
Protein drinks
Protein smoothies are exceptionally nutritious and healthy products, but some are also packed with calories and sugar.
Some protein shakes contain around 400 calories per bottle, and these juices can be consumed very quickly, filling the body with extra calories and sugar.

Low-fat yogurt

Fats are a nutrient that increases the flavor of foods. When fats are removed to reduce the caloric content of some products, sugar is usually added to increase the flavor.

Many low-fat yogurts are full of added sugars, which are not beneficial for weight loss or overall health.
Fresh juices
Many people drink fresh juices made with fruits or vegetables, or a combination of both, to improve health or increase weight loss.

Although not all juices are high in sugar and calories, most fruit juices are high in sugars, and drinking fresh fruit juice regularly can increase your caloric intake, which may lead to weight gain.
Artificial sweeteners
With many people eliminating white sugar from their diet, alternative sweeteners marketed as “healthy” are becoming increasingly popular.

Although these products are often considered healthy, the excessive use of any sweetener, even natural products that are not processed such as white sugar, can contribute to weight gain.

Calorie reduction pills
When trying to lose weight, you may need to eat low-calorie cereals to start your day, and although these breakfast foods may be low in calories, they are often loaded with added sugars.

Dried fruit
Dried fruits are full of fiber, vitamins and minerals, and because dried fruits are smaller and sweeter than fresh fruits, it is easy to overeat them.

However, something not everyone knows is that a serving of dried fruit contains more sugar and calories than an equal amount of fresh fruit.

Coated diet foods
Today’s outlets are filled with encapsulated diet foods, and although these foods may be tempting, they are unhealthy.

Many diet foods contain preservatives, unhealthy fats, and artificial sweeteners that may harm your body.

Flavored coffee
Caffeine acts as a mild appetite suppressant, which leads many people to increase their coffee intake when trying to lose weight.

On the other hand, many drinks, such as: latte, frappe, and cappuccino, contain a lot of calories and sugar.

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Salads full of vegetables and rich in fiber can be very beneficial for weight loss, but on the other hand, those topped with various types of high-calorie sauces or topped with unhealthy ingredients are not.

Ready-made salads, such as those found in grocery stores or fast food restaurants, can be very rich in calories, sugar and unhealthy fats.

Diet Soda
Diet soda is often viewed as a healthy drink because it contains no calories, however, most research has linked diet soda consumption to weight gain, not weight loss.

Sports drinks
Sports drinks can be beneficial for athletes and anyone who participates in long, intense workouts, but they have the opposite effect for those who do not expose themselves to significant stress, and are unnecessary for the average person.

Sports drinks are full of sugar and may increase your calorie intake.

Peanut Butter Diet
Peanut butter, recommended by dieters, contains fewer calories and fat than regular peanut butter, and although this may sound like a good option for weight loss, peanut butter regularly contains unhealthy oils and added sugars.

Low-fat foods
Many people try to abstain from foods high in fat when trying to lose weight, however, research shows that this can be completely counter-productive.

One study determined that low-fat and non-fat foods contain more sugar than regular versions of the same foods.
Consuming small amounts of added sugar can lead to weight gain, blood sugar problems and an increased risk of heart disease.

Frozen yogurt
Frozen yogurt is a popular dessert that some consider to be healthier than ice cream, since frozen yogurt is often associated with health, so its consumption is overly consumed.

Plus, the tempting sweet toppings available at most frozen yogurt stores can fill your dessert with more calories and sugar.

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