Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Warning: Avoid These 3 Foods When Eating Out At Restaurants

Eating out at restaurants frequently is one of the biggest reasons why so many people put on weight. Until now, you may have found it difficult to lose weight if you eat out a lot. 

But now you can follow a couple simple tricks to make every restaurant meal healthier, reduce calories, and not lose control.

The 3 most important foods to avoid at restaurants are as follows:
  • deep-fried foods
  • refined starchy foods
  • sodas, juices, or other sugary foods (except whole fruits, which are great)
This eliminates the major food sources that do the worst damage in our food supply – trans fats, the inflammatory refined vegetable oils, refined starches, and processed sugars.

This means to skip the table bread, skipping the french fries (that come with every single sandwich on every menu known to man), and reducing or eliminating all of the heaping portions of rice and pasta that are often loaded on the plates as well. And oh yeah – forget about the cola, diet cola, lemonade, and sweetened iced tea.

How to do it healthier, but still satisfying . . . 

Click HERE to discover what foods to substitute for a meal like this:
  • Sandwich or burger (starchy food - the bun)
  • fries or chips (trans fats)
  • soda or other sweetened drink (sugar/high fructose corn syrup)
Another warning - If you order a drink at a restaurant, be sure to insist that you do NOT get the lemon/lime fruity wedge. Turns out they have a whole lot of yucky bad bacteria associated with them.

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