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The Fool’s Guide to “Weight Loss Foods”
Greetings fool, who did NOT know about the “healthy foods to avoid when losing weight and dieting”…
Want to lose weight? Want to get in shape? Want to burn fat? Want to get healthy? Interested in dieting?
Well, first of all, do you find yourself getting caught up in all the latest diet trends promising you to lose this and that much weight in a certain period of time – and are fed up with trying to keep track of them all? They always tell you what you should eat, how much you should eat, and how you should be counting calories – on top of all the workout gimmicks and health craves of some new miracle food and fat-burning supplement pill and product. Get the picture?
However, have you ever wondered what they aren’t telling you? What is supposedly the missing piece of the puzzle here?
There is an underlying flaw in these diet plans…by not telling you what you should NOT eat. Why does this matter? Because you might be putting food into your body without realizing the harm it does to your weight loss goal. In other words, the food that is commonly healthy under everyday circumstances…is actually UNHEALTHY when it comes to losing weight and dieting.
The solution? By gaining a wider peripheral perspective on both sides of the spectrum regarding what you “should eat” and “shouldn’t eat” will offer you the most synergized and combined comprehensive ironclad approach to weight loss possible.
Let your chosen fool card guide you through “Weight Loss Foods Mistakes”:
– The truth about “low-fat” and “fat-free” foods
– The harmful effect of so-called “diet” drinks
– The confusing trap of anything “low calorie”
– How you are secretly getting fat from salads
– Types of vegetables that you should avoid
– Fruits that are actually not healthy for you
– The case with nuts that are adding weights
– Consuming the meats not saturated in fat
– Health beverages that aren’t so beneficial
– An all-time favorite breakfast that is abused
And there’s a bunch more wisdom from the fool card.
Lastly, avoiding what you shouldn’t eat is not limited solely for losing and maintaining weight but staying fit and healthy for life. Isn’t that enough to make all this worthwhile?