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  • 1. Best and Worst Foods for Weight Loss
  • 2. 1) Fruits People lost 0.22kg by adding fruit to their daily diet. The new USDA My Plate recommends eating fruits and veggies at every meal. Food Fact: 1 cup of berries = 83 calories 2) Vegetables Adding more veggies, with high fiber and water content, can help you fill up and slim down. According to this major diet study eating vegetables every day led to a loss of 0.09kg . Food Fact: 1 cup of red or bell peppers = 46 calories
  • 3. 3) Low-Fat Dairy Foods Yogurt the ultimate slimming food. Those who ate it regularly lost an average of 0.37kg. Food Fact: 141.7g plain yogurt = 80 calories 4) Whole-Fat Dairy Foods Got milk ? You’re better off sticking with skim or low-fat dairy. Who ate whole-fat dairy (butter, cheese, and whole-fat milk) gained 0.045kg. Food Fact: 236.5ml of regular milk = 149calories.
  • 4. 5) Potato Chips Among the worst offenders is potato chips. People who ate them gained an average of 0.766kg. Food Fact: 28.3g flat-cut potato chips = 150 calories 6) Potatoes We all know that French fries can make us fat they led to a 3.35kg gain but it’s not only the fried variety. Whether boiled, baked, or mashed, all kinds of spuds spurred weight gain. Food Fact: Medium baked potato = 161 calories
  • 5. 7) Whole Grains The benefits of whole grains: They’re great for digestion, cholesterol and weight loss, too. who ate them lost 0.16kg . Food Fact: 2 slices of whole-grain bread =180 calories 8) Refined grains Refined grains (white rice, white bread, white pasta, and all-purpose flour) lack fiber and key nutrients and they also triggered a 0.17kg weight gain. Food Fact: ¼ cup white rice = 145 calories
  • 6. 9) Sugar-Sweetened Beverages Soda continues to be linked to rising rates of obesity. who consumed sugar-sweetened beverages gained 0.45kg. Food Fact: 226.8ml. cola = 91 calories 10) Sweets or Desserts Sweet treats are among a dieter’s worst enemies. It increase the weight 0.18kg. Food Fact: 1 chocolate cupcake =180 calories
  • 7. 11) Processed Meats Processed meats like hot dogs, bacon, and deli meat can increase your risk of heart disease and certain cancers. In study, they led to a 0.42kg weight gain. Food Fact: 1 slice processed turkey = 35 calories 12) Unprocessed Red Meats A diet full of fatty red meat can set the stage for a host of health problems, including obesity, heart disease, even cancer. You will gain 0.43kg by adding red meat to your diet. Food Fact: 226.8g steak = 318 calories
  • 8. 13) Nuts Nuts high in fat, but it’s the slimming monounsaturated kind that experts say we need to eat more. And not surprisingly, they were among the foods that helped prevent weight gain. who ate these nutrient and fiber-rich treats lost 0.25kg. Food Fact: ½ cup of almonds = 265 calories