• Salad dressings This includes many low-fat and fat-free versions.
• Cereals – Even the ones advertised ad healthy. Alongside crackers, breads, chips, pretzels, and pastas out numero uno enemy, macaroni and cheese.
• Condiments – Jelly, Jam, Gravy and other sauces.
• Canned, and Cured meats.
• Canned and frozen fruits and vegetables
• Soft drinks, fruit juices, energy drinks, and teas
• Hundreds of foods labeled low-fat, fat-free, and “diet”
• Desserts & Fast Food
On average, the typical American eats 140 pounds of sugar per year, which equals 173 grams per day. That’s one tragic sugar addiction and why “Ritalin-infused” kids are running around with tons of energy, all day. Please keep in mind that sugar also triggers hunger cravings and wreaks havoc on ones blood sugar levels causing them to rise and cause damage to to the body and store fat cells in areas that you hate – like your belly. It is important to note that during the fat storing process in the presence of insulin, the hormone glucagon— which is responsible for burning body fat—is “shut off.” These obesity additives will continue to weaken the immune system and can cause depression. According to a study published in the British Journal of Dermatology, it also accelerates aging and causes wrinkles.
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