The top 3 food we won’t touch
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Ever wondered what Top Personal Trainers like my wife and I avoid to eat !
I bet you do!
You probably think we eat nothing but plain chicken and broccoli at almost every meal.
But you would be WRONG!
Most seasoned and results Personal Trainers like my wife Danni and I eat common foods that we enjoy as well!
However, it’s the foods that we AVOID that keep us healthy and fit 24/7 365 days of the year that will really shock you .
So, what foods do we AVOID that allows us to stay sleek and fit all year long?
Let’s take a closer look…
1.Whole wheat Bread
In order to prevent heart disease or a heart attack, it is often recommended you consume more fiber from whole grain products.
And one of the heaviest marketed product happens to be whole wheat bread.
Even though it contains heart-healthy fiber, it also contains a lot of sugar in the form of HFCS or corn syrup.
This raises the glycemic index of the bread, which means there could be high spikes in blood sugar and insulin.
This could lead to a crash later and cause awful sugary food cravings.
2. Flavored Yogurts
Yogurt is a very nutritious food—as long as it’s of the plain variety!
The fruit-on-the-bottom yogurts or the flavored varieties contain too many added sugars or sweeteners, which may detract from the health benefits of the yogurt.
Plus, all that added sugar (and calories) adds up on the scale, causing you to gain weight if you’re not careful.
Also, the sugar in the yogurt may also counteract the wonderful probiotic benefit contained the yogurt.
Safe Bet: Buy plain Greek yogurt and add berries and fruit to add natural sugar and sweetness.
3.Commercial Salad Dressing
Salad dressings, in general, are fat traps in disguise.
Most contain added sugar, additives, artificial sweeteners, and fillers that add way too many calories to your salad.
Plus, even if it says “made with olive oil,” chances are pretty slim the entire bottle is made from that oil.
Olive oil is expensive to use, so they tend to fill their products with cheaper oils. And these oils may be detrimental to your overall health.
Most commercial salad dressings are sparse on omega-3 fatty acids (the good stuff) and chock full of omega-6 fatty acids (causes inflammation).
Take Home Message
Flavored yogurts, commercial salad dressings, and whole wheat bread may spike your blood sugar, lead to fat gain, and overall, could ruin your health.
That’s why it’s highly recommended that you AVOID these Three foods starting right now thanks and remember we are here for you to contact us for a free consult click here