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Worst Foods For Weight Loss

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We often eat foods which are regarded as healthy and nutritious, but are not very good for your body weight. These healthy foods will hinder in your goal to shed some weight. Here are top 10 of them.1

1. Sushi Rolls

1-Sushi-Rolls

A sushi contains over 600 calories. The tempura and spicy mayo in them are full of fat, and soy sauce is loaded with sodium.

2. Dried Fruits

2-Dried-Fruits

Dried fruits seem to be healthy, and are perfect to satisfy your sweet tooth. You eat over 400 calories with a cup of raisins, whereas grapes have only 60.

3. Granola

3-Granola

Granola, no matter how you eat them, are loaded with sugar and oil.These two are dangerous for your waistline.

4. Sandwich Wraps

4-Sandwich-Wraps

Sandwich wraps contain way more calories than you can think of. One wrap alone has over 300 calories, twice as much as two slices of bread.

5. Bottled Teas And Flavored Water

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They come with extreme sugar content. A bottle of tea can have up to 300 calories. Flavored water contains around 70 calories in one bottle.

6. Veggie Burgers

6-Veggie-Burgers

Veggie burgers contain highly processed ingredients, have high amount of sodium, and can add 1000 calories to your body in one meal.

7. Juice

7-Juice

Loaded with artificial colors and flavors, eight ounces of packaged juice can add around 100 calories to your body. Better to stick to fruits.

8. ‘Light’ Microwave Meals

8-Light’-Microwave-Meals

They might save you from cooking on those busy days, but also harm your health and waistline. These meals are

9. Salads

9-Salads

When you add salad dressings and mayo to this healthy dish, they will make weight loss a difficult job for you. Keep an eye open on what goes into your salad bowl.

10. Smoothies

10-Smoothies

Ice creams, sorbets, and fruit substitutes that go into a smoothie are packed in sugar. Stay away from those packaged smoothies, and switch to honey to add the sweet taste to your drink.

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CureJoy Editorial

The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.

CureJoy Editorial

The CureJoy Editorial team digs up credible information from multiple sources, both academic and experiential, to stitch a holistic health perspective on topics that pique our readers' interest.