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But then there are those so-called “healthy” foods that we think are great for us—or at least not terrible—but are packed the gills with waistline saboteurs.
Most people think they’re doing themselves a healthy favor when they opt for “wheat bread” on their deli sandwiches, or pick up a pre-packaged loaf of 7-grain at the supermarket , but the fact remains most mass brands not much better for you than plain old white bread, as they’re made with refined grains, which means you’re not getting the full nutritional benefit of the actual whole grain.
A good way to tell whether your wheat bread is really whole is to read labels—if the first flour in the ingredient list is refined (code terms include “bleached” or “unbleached enriched wheat flour”) it’s most defintiely not “whole wheat” or “whole grain—it’s essentially white bread with a brownish tint. Or “cakes for one” as we like to call them, it’s absurd that muffins are marketed to us as breakfast foods, when they really should be considered decadent desserts. Homemade muffins can be a different story, as you control the size and what goes into them (check out Pinterest for some good healthy recipes), but most pre-made versions are one-way ticket to calorieville. In this case, we’re talking about mass-market applesauce that you find near the juice in typical supermarkets, which is loaded with added sugar.
If you live near a specialty supermarket like Whole Foods or a health food store, look for unsweetened applesauce, or try to make your own this season.
You’ve heard it before: Just because something is called a “salad” does not make it automatically healthy.
Again, all of the above salads can easily be prepped at home, and you can control exactly how much meat (try a slice or two of turkey or half a grilled chicken breast, as opposed to half a pound), cheese (one teaspoon of crumbled cheese, or one to two thin slices chopped), and other ingredients goes into them, which obviously makes them healthier. Restaurants will be happy to make substitutions, and while pre-made grab-and-go salads are occasinoally a necessity, you can usually control the dressing, and weed out some offending ingredients. It’s ironic that we often attribute the word “granola” to healthy types, considering the crunchy snack is anything but. While lots of sushi rolls make a sensible meal—nothing wrong with fresh fish and a little white rice—some types are packed to the gills with fat and calories. As tasty as they are, standard spicy rolls are made with mayonnaise, Philly rolls are made with salty smoked salmon and cream cheese, and anything with tempura means its deep fried. And while a California roll isn’t unhealthy, per se, its abundance of avocado and (often) imitation crabmeat aren’t the best choice if you’re already eating spicy rolls, or anything fried. If your body simply cannot tolerate gluten, occasionally indulging in treats made without it isn’t so terrible.
We hate to break it to all you juicing fanatics, but sipping green concoctions all day isn’t as healthy as you might think. As the website Quick and Dirty Tips pointed out, theoretically, we’re getting the nutritional equivalent of at least a dozen servings of fruits and vegetable in every glass of fresh pressed juice, but the problem is that juicing also concentrates the natural sugars in the produce while separating out the the fiber that would normally slow the absorption of sugars. In its most basic form, coffee is pretty harmless, calorically speaking (black coffee clocks in at 5 calories per cup), but it can be hard to chug without adding in a little extras.
Despite what you've been told about the good food you should be eating — think salmon, oatmeal and Greek yogurt — they might actually be bad for you if you’re someone whose body doesn’t process them properly.


The Plan is a 20-day program that can help you test and identify trigger foods that cause weight gain and inflammation. Recitas found many people telling her that they were eating right and exercising, but they were still experiencing health issues and their weight wouldn’t budge.
According to Recitas, inflammation is what can cause not only weight gain, but also other health problems.
The Plan is a program that helps people identify the foods that are friendly or unfriendly to their body.
Phase II begins on the fourth day of The Plan, when you begin to introduce different foods into your diet (like wine, cheese and chocolate!). During Phase III, you’re instructed on how to continue to test foods on your own until the end of your 20 days on the program. To provide even greater transparency and choice, we are working on a number of other cookie-related enhancements.
The main problem with processing and refining any natural food is that it becomes indigestible to the body. Calcium and other macro minerals are required and these are robbed from your bones and teeth.
Sugar is naturally present not just in sugar cane or sugar beet, the common foods used to obtain the white ‘poison’ (as it is often referred to). If you’re at brunch, and a basket of mini muffins arrive, one won’t hurt since they’re so small, but stop there if you’re ordering other things. Next time you’re out for sushi, choose a mix of rolls that only include fish and vegetables like cucumber, radish, scallion, or carrots, and treat yourself to one “treat roll” like Spicy Tuna. However, it’s key to understand that most aren’t healthier, they’re just made without gluten.
If you’ve ever made your own, you’ll know that it literally takes pounds of produce to produce 16 ounces of juice, whcih is why we all think it’s so good for us.
That means, if you drink the juice by itself, those sugars will be quickly absorbed into your bloodstream.
While a splash of skim milk is fine, it’s not fine to sip frappuccinos—which are filled with fat and topped with whipped cream—every day.
According to Lyn-Genet Recitas, holistic nutritionist and author of The Plan: Eliminate the Surprising “Healthy” Foods That Are Making You Fat – and Lose Weight Fast, there are many people who feel negative effects from eating healthy foods. For example, maybe you can eat salmon or asparagus without any negative effects, but someone else can’t.
Recitas says you’ll lose about half a pound a day until you introduce a trigger food into your diet.


She started her practice working with immune response and hormonal balance 20 years ago on the West Coast and has been running health centers in the New York City area for the past 10 years. It is intended for general information purposes only and does not address individual circumstances. This means that cleaning your teeth after any sweet food has no effect, as the problem lies internally.
You should not try to restrict this natural and essential food that is so rich in so many healthy nutrients. Take half the bread off a sandwich, which not only nixes calories and carbs, but also will lessen your refined flour intake. Ask for dressing on the side and dip your fork into it before each bite, as opposed to pouring it on. It’s purely the juice of untouched cranberries, so it’s way too tart to sip on its own, but when a little is poured into water or seltzer, you get the flavor and the many health benefits craberries have to offer.
If you’re low-carbing it, ask for your rolls to be wrapped in cucumber instead of rice, and fill up on starters like miso soup, a little edamame, or a salad. Case in point: According to Eat This, Not That two of Glow’s Gluten-Free Gingersnap Cookies contain as much saturated fat as 10 McDonald’s Chicken McNuggets and more calories than seven Nabisco Ginger Snaps!
Check out this handy chart to clock which fruits and veggies pack the most sugar into juices, and avoid replacing all your meals with juice unless you’re doing a strict liquid-only cleanse.
Meal plans are provided for each day, and you slowly and systematically test the foods that you love. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment and should not be relied on to make decisions about your health. Plus, granola is a food that’s hard to digest which can lead to bloating, gas, and other stomach issues.
And—according to one health site—the protein content in flavored Greek yogurt (as compared with plain) is quite low. You’ll likely find that you lose five to 10 pounds during this period.” If you’re wondering about counting calories, Recitas says, “Calories mean nothing. Never ignore professional medical advice in seeking treatment because of something you have read on the BootsWebMD Site.



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