The body reacts differently to food. On the other hand, there are indisputable generalities about the products that will promote weight gain. Here is the list of the twelve foods that make you fat the most and that you will consume sparingly when dieting.
The cold cuts
It’s hard to resist a nice pie. Yet with all the saturated fats and sodium it contains, deli meats promote weight gain. It is a question of moderation in consumption rather than imposing a total ban on yourself, unless of course you adopt a vegetarian diet.
Each can of soda or lemonade would represent between ten to twelve sugar cubes. It is enormous. Once the muscles have absorbed the necessary amount, the remaining sugar will turn into fat, and this, from an early age. But once in a while, it doesn’t hurt.
Chips, fries, nuggets… anything fried is particularly fatty and therefore high in calories. There is a large amount of oil that lodges there during cooking. Steaming or even baking your food with a little fat to find crispness is therefore to be preferred to avoid weight gain.
Pizza, tart, gratin… all these specialties found in the frozen shelves of supermarkets should be avoided when on a diet. These are industrial preparations, easy to heat up, but too rich in salt, sugar and fat. And even if they are stamped “organic”, they should be avoided.
The call of Camembert is felt? Please note that cheese is considered a very fatty food. To avoid weight gain, we will therefore move away from the cheese platter. Note that blue-veined pasta, such as Roquefort, is the fattiest. For those who don’t have a health problem, one to two servings per meal won’t hurt.
Baguette, sandwich loaf… Not all breads are created equal, but those that are industrially produced with refined flour have a particularly high glycemic index. Clearly, once in the stomach they behave like sugar. We will therefore avoid gorging ourselves on it.
the dried fruit
All dried fruits have a high nutritional value. It is not for nothing that athletes eat it before physical activity. They are rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids which are opposed to saturated fatty acids. However, eating in large quantities will have the opposite effect of a diet. Nutritionists recommend a handful a day, no more.
Pastries, cookies and cakes
Nothing replaces the pleasure of a good chocolate nun for dessert. On the other hand, it must be kept in mind that on the nutritional level, the results are not terrible. Indeed, the pastries are prepared from refined white flour and sugar. After the tasting, the feeling of satiety fades quickly and calls for a return to nibbling.
Made from oil and egg, mayonnaise is particularly high in terms of calories. We would like to be satisfied with a small spoon, but generally it is used with generosity. Some recommend adding a little 0% fromage blanc to lighten it.
The problem of the tarama is twofold. It is very rich in fat, but in addition it is usually eaten on a blini. This preparation based on fish eggs is therefore to be avoided in the event of a diet. Especially since its little salmon taste quickly makes it addictive.
Coconut contains saturated fat and is high in calories, especially in the form of sweet chips, which can contribute to weight gain if eaten regularly in large amounts. However, moderate consumption can be compatible with a balanced diet.
Nougat is high in calories due to its high content of sugar, honey and almonds, which can lead to weight gain if consumed regularly in large quantities.