Are These Foods Bad for Weight/Fat Loss?
Topic: Are These Foods Bad for Weight/Fat Loss?
September 20, 2019 / By Corrina Question:
I have been losing fat... I have been eating these foods...is/are any of them holding me back?
Fat Free, Refried Beans (Can) No Fat Whatsoever
Fat Free, Cream Cheese
1-2 Slices Whole Wheat Bread
Organic Mini Carrots
Light Chunk Tuna in Water
Sugar Free Jell-O
So pretty much I eat these foods..and am losing weight... just wondering if any of these foods make you say "that will stop you from losing weight!"... any of em' holding me back?
Best Answers: Are These Foods Bad for Weight/Fat Loss?
Bethanie | 10 days ago
Whole Wheat Bread & the carrots are really great for you. Tuna is a pretty good source of protein too. The rest aren't the most nutrient-rich foods in the world, but I don't think they will kep you from losing weight. I don't think you should eat only those items though, if that's what you're doing. Keep a variety of foods.
Best of luck :)
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Originally Answered: Best and worst foods for energy/weight loss?
Eat what you want. Don't worry too much as long as your diet is well rounded or reasonably varied. If you have no health concerns such as diabetes or high blood pressure, the don't worry about what you eat. Remember to eat light meals and plenty of them. Exercise regularly. That's it. Exercise boosts energy levels. Eating a well balanced meal does also. Stay away from hurried meals. Also stay away from stuffing yourself. Keep things simple. I eat four or five times a day when my wife is here. When she's gone, I drop to once a day. I lose lots of weight and physical conditioning because my diet is not well rounded and my exercise is almost non-existent. I just get too depressed to take care of myself. Bad way to lose weight. Use the method described before.
switch from pouring your cereal straight from the box to using a measuring cup to cut your cereal calorie count in half
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when picking up your kids from school get out of the car and greet them with a hug instead of waiting in the car curbside
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the omega 3 fatty acids in salmon may dial up your bodys ability to burn fat especially if you add some exercise
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yoga may be relaxing but you can also get a good workout an hour of yoga can burn up to 350 calories
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save the kitchen and the dining room table for cooking and eating try not to use it as a place to do work or other activities or you may be tempted to eat more
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Fat is actually a necessary nutrient in your diet, and contrary to popular opinion, acts as an aid to weight loss by providing slow burning energy, and staving off hunger. Dairy should always be eaten in its whole form, and sugar free jello is chock full of chemicals. If I were you, I would add a lot more variety to my diet, especially adding a lot more non-starchy veggies, and way more protein and some good fats. Go organic, and don't be afraid of fat, your body may shed some pounds now without it, but it won't last, you can't sustain this way of eating for long. Oh, and I would ditch the bread altogether, it has so many carbs, and so many people are gluten sensitive these days. Good luck, and have fun with it, aim for making your diet one that works for you, without feeling deprived, so that it becomes a real lifestyle change. That is how you will lose weight, and keep it off.
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No particular food is bad or good for weight loss. What matters are the total calories you eat in a day. If you ate 5000 calories a day of any of those foods, you would gain weight. If you ate 1200 calories a day of those foods, you would lose weight.
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Originally Answered: What are the healthiest foods for rapid detox and weight loss?
I was just watching a segment on channel 3 news in Cleveland OHio about detoxing... I tried one that really did seem to work well... as long as I followed it to the t... which I didn't
Anyway the segment basicially said that all the detox systems on the shelves aren't worth a whole lot, and basicially don't do a whole lot as a matter of fact when they contacted the companies they couldn't even tell you what detoxing is.... interesting
anyway at the end of the segment all she said was that PLENTY of water and TONS of greens (veggies that are green... the greener the better)... I would add to that myself spices.. like cayenne pepper or the like or maybe some tabassico sauce (great metabo booster as well)
I'm not saying that the detox boxes don't work but if you want a decent on your going to have to pay upwards 50 bucks.... and you may have a decent system that will work pretty effectivetly...
also there is also the master clense diet... which is water lemon (squeeze in the water) a table spoon of maple syrup, and a table spoon of cayanne pepper.... 3 times a day, with 8 ounces of water...
this is a fasting cleanse so you don't eat for 3-5 days depending.... but it doesn't detox... it just makes you poo and starve... but you lose the weight...
I'd recommend TONS of WATER and GREEN VEGGIES.... stick to that for about 2 weeks (qhich is what a detox program calls for) your clean yourself out and be ready for a great start to a new life... P.S. as an added bonus----- you can take the money that you would have spent and go get yourself a colonic...yum.,