The Four Foods You Should Never Eat!

Published: 24th May 2010
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The Four Foods You Should Never Eat!

Did you know there are four evil foods that you should try to

eliminate from your diet completely? These four foods are so bad

for you, they can cause you to gain unbelievable amounts of weight,

give you diabetes, increase your risk of heart attack, high

cholesterol, high blood pressure, and stroke, and may eventually

lead to early death!

You probably already know about the first one. We all know by now

that processed sugar is really bad for you. Sugar causes blood

sugar levels to spike rapidly, overloading the work the pancreas

has to perform to secrete enough insulin, and may eventually lead

to diabetes.

Sugar is hidden in all kinds of areas where you may not expect it.

You probably already know you should cut down on things like cake,

cookies, ice cream, donuts, and other sugary sweets. You probably

also know how bad sugary drinks like colas and other sugar-filled

drinks are. Obviously most candy is very high in sugar.

But there are many other sources of sugar that you may not be

thinking about. Ketchup is a condiment that many people use very

regularly, but it is very high in sugar. There are sugar-free

ketchup varieties available, and while they are also high in

sodium, they are much better for you than standard ketchup.

Mayonnaise may contain high-fructose corn syrup, which is just as

bad for you as processed white sugar. Most people are relatively

shocked to find out that mayonnaise contains corn syrup, as it is

supposed to be a low-carb food.

Other hidden sources of sugar include salad dressings, pickles,

sandwich fillings, many condiments, baked goods including many

types of sliced bread, and most canned and frozen convenience meals.

The other three foods are equally dangerous, and can seriously

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Thanks for reading and I wish you all the success!


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