10 Foods That Sabotage Your Diet

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Away from These Bad Boys

Want to know which foods are the WORST ones to ever pass your lips?
Steer your grocery cart clear of:

  • DONUTS
    White flour, sugar and fried. Need I say more.Okay I will: trans fats
  • MARGARINE
    Two words: trans fats. Butter, especially unsalted butter is your best
    choice.
  • SUGARED CEREALS
    I’m talking puffed, dyed, sweetened and chock full of chemicals. Hmm..maybe
    THIS is where the weapons of mass destruction are hiding! Again, trans
    fats.
  • SPORTS DRINKS
    Anything that reminds you of antifreeze or your children’s waterpaint
    cleaner CAN’T be good for you. These products are stuffed with sugar
    polymers with no nutritional benefit.
  • TOASTER PASTRIES
    The ingredient lists of these products COULD be used to make weapons
    of mass destruction in your body.Remember those two words: trans fats.
  • CHIPS
    I’m not talking the Eric Estrada kind…but those greasy, processed,
    frankenstein version of real food. Again, two words: trans fats.
  • SODA POP
    9 teaspoons of sugar per can. Just pour the “pounds” down the drain.
  • BALONEY/HOT DOGS
    Any food that is made up of animal parts that are so fat laden they
    could lube your sports bike doesn’t belong in your diet.
  • CRACKERS
    Hydrogentated trans fats and white flour. Nuf said.

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    About Larrian
    Larrian Gillespie is a gynecologic urologist who received her medical degree from the University of California at Los Angeles School of Medicine and practiced Urology and Urogynecology in Beverly Hills for 15 years before retiring.With an ability to translate “doctor speak” into terms anyone can understand, Larrian has been featured in over 75 magazine stories and numerous television shows, including Good Morning America, CBS Woman to Woman News, and CNN. She has served on the medical advisory board of SHAPE Magazine, Prevention Books, Readers Digest Books,Oxmoor Books, Low Carb Energy and been a frequent source for numerous other publications, including WebMD.

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