8 unexpected foods you didn’t know were going straight to your thighs

A little excess padding is definitely not the end of the world, but sometimes it’s nice to lose a little weight. Not only will the jeans fit better, you will also feel happier and have a more positive attitude towards life.

But sometimes it seems that no matter how much sport you do or how little you eat. Sometimes, the devil is in the small details as they say. And it turns out that some ‘healthy foods’ contain a lot of calories – and they actually
have the opposite effect that is supposed to help us lose or maintain weight.

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In this list, we have collected eight foods that many people did not think could eliminate their diet. By replacing these foods with healthier options, not only will you achieve your weight loss goals more easily,
but you will also feel better.

Keep reading and feel free to share the list with your friends. Our health is the most important thing we have, and small changes to our diet could do wonders.


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1. Juices

Look at the label of each bottle or carton of juice and you will be amazed. Most fruit juices are full of sugar, which puts an end to your dieting efforts. If you like juice and want to drink a glass in the morning, look at its sugar
content. You may prefer to drink a glass of water with a slice of lemon instead.

2. Taco Sauce

Who doesn’t love tacos? They are easy to make, they are delicious and can be healthy. But they can also be calorie bombs. We are not talking about the taco itself, but about the sauce. The main ingredients are salt and sugar.
Of course, the sauce is delicious, but do you really want to eat something that is 50 percent sugar? Give up on the purchased sauce and make one yourself from natural ingredients.

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3. Dried fruits

As with juice, dried fruits contain a high level of sugar. In fact, they can harm you just like candy – in some cases even more so – because they contain all the sugar of fresh fruit in a small package and in some cases have added
sweeteners and preservatives. So if you want to enjoy fruits, eat them fresh or frozen.

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4. Flavored yogurt

The flavored yogurt you eat for breakfast may be nutritious, but it is also likely to be full of calories and sugar. One study found that one cup of yogurt contained 6 tablespoons of sugar. A better way is to mix fresh fruit with
plain flavored yogurt. This will allow you to control the amount of sugar you consume.

5. White rice

White rice is nutritious, but also contains carbohydrates that make you feel hungry in a short time. In the process of preparing white rice, a lot of vitamins, minerals and fibers are also washed away. A better and healthier choice
is brown rice, which is a better source of fiber.

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6. Wholemeal bread

There is a misconception that wholemeal bread is healthy. Of course, it can be. But it is not automatically healthy because it is not made from white flour. It can also be full of sugar and unhealthy supplements.

7. Chicken

Do chicken and exercise go together? Definitely yes. Many people who do sports and want to lose weight choose to eat chicken due to the low calorie level. But not all birds are the same. Chicken with skin contains 2 times more
calories than chicken without skin. And if you bought a spicy chicken, it also contains a large amount of sugar.

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8. Nuts

Sports enthusiasts praise nuts, as they are a good source of protein and fast energy. On the other hand, it very much depends on what nuts you eat. 100 grams of cashews contain 590 calories – 46.5 grams of which are fat!

Whether you are on a diet or not, this information is important to know. Imagine the difference if you choose to eat right!

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