Wednesday, 28 Sep, 2022

Experts Are Begging You To Stop Eating These 9 Foods Immediately

We all have an unhealthy food vice we have to face sooner or later, whether it’s chocolate, soft drinks, chips or fast food. While we all have our..


We all have an unhealthy food vice we have to face sooner or later, whether it’s chocolate, soft drinks, chips or fast food. While we all have our "guilty pleasures," some experts believe there are certain foods you need to cut out ASAP.

In this video, we’ll talk about some of the foods you should definitely stop eating! Does reduced-fat peanut butter make the list? What about French Fries? Wait a second, I have to stop eating cheese? We’ll talk about all this AND more…

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Intro - 0:00
Processed Cheese : 0:28
Reduced-Fat Peanut Butter : 1:29
Dairy-Free Coffee Creamer : 2:24
Instant Noodles : 3:14
Pastries, Biscuits, and Cakes : 4:08
Breakfast Cereals High In Sugar : 4:48
Potato Chips & Fries : 5:31
Low-Fat Yogurt : 6:24
Fried Foods : 6:58


Processed Cheese
We’re kicking things off with one that’s going to divide people. Afterall, there are some that eat cheese with every meal. Cheese, in moderation, is beneficial to your health. You just have to make sure you’re making it the right way.

Reduced-Fat Peanut Butter
Many of us have been eating peanut butter since our early childhood, and there’s no wonder. Peanut butter is an excellent choice for protein and healthy fats.

Dairy-Free Coffee Creamer
If you’re a coffee lover, you definitely need to know this. Non-dairy creamers contain harmful hydrogenated oils.

Instant Noodles
Instant or quick noodles are popular all over the world. They’re simple to make, and only take a few minutes to prepare.

Pastries, Biscuits, and Cakes
These are things you need to eat in moderation. The packaged versions typically contain processed sugar, refined wheat flour, and additional fats. Shortening, which contains harmful trans fats, is also sometimes used.

Breakfast Cereals High In Sugar
Much like peanut butter, most of us were introduced to breakfast cereals as small children.

Potato Chips & Fries
I’ll admit, when I’m craving a snack, there’s sometimes nothing better than a small little bag of potato chips.

Low-Fat Yogurt
Yogurt can be quite beneficial to your health. But most of the brands sold in supermarkets are unhealthy.

Fried Foods
To begin, fried meals are often coated in batter or flour before being fried. When meals are cooked in oil, they lose water and absorb fat, increasing their calorie count even more.

For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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