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Foods You Should Never, Ever Eat

Unfortunately, some foods should never be consumed. Many are believed to be cancer contributors, while others are full of processed junk that won’t help your health…or your waistline. If you’re making over your eating habits as part of your new Phentermine 37.5mg regimen, check out the following foods to avoid like it’s your job for quick weight loss:

Bread, Wheat And Otherwise

Whole wheat bread is sadly not what it used to be thanks to assorted genetic manipulations. “You cannot change the basic characteristics of a plant without changing its genetics, its biochemistry, and its effects on humans who consume it,” notes William Davis, MD, creator of Wheat Belly 10-Day Detox. Wheat in its modern form causes a slew of health issues, including obesity, skin disorders, acid reflux, asthma, and more. Try going off wheat products and see if you feel better. You might deal with nausea and other wheat withdrawal symptoms in the first week, but the end result is well worth it.

Grape Jelly

“Even though it’s given away for free like ketchup in little plastic packets, it’s basically a jelly-textured candy loaded with various forms of sugar, artificial colors, and flavors,” Ellen Gustafson, author of We the Eaters, says of grape jelly. If you can’t live without “spreads,” try natural options such as fruit, raw honey, and apple butter.

Canned Tomatoes

The resin linings of tin cans containing tomatoes feature the synthetic estrogen BPA, which is linked to obesity and diabetes among other health problems. Go for the real thing from your local farmer’s market whenever possible and stay away from the canned stuff.

Other foods and drinks to avoid because of their chemical content and connection to obesity and other diseases include buttered popcorn, non-organic strawberries, diet soda, and non-dairy coffee creamer among many more.

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