Foods that nutritionists like very little

Cooking is a task that takes time and, with the current pace of life, is sometimes difficult to reconcile with work and obligations. However, we all know the benefits of carrying a balanced diet and a healthy diet, with homemade ingredients, facing the problems of eating every day in the restaurant. In spite of everything, you can be a guru and a cooker and be consuming things that would make you scream a nutritionist. How is it possible?

Maybe you think you're eating healthy and that's not the case, which would also explain why you've been eating since the Christmas of 1998ntending to lose weight without getting it. Therefore 'Eat this, not that' has decided to list some of the ingredients that you can add to your dishes and that the nutritionists would not touch with a stick. Go pointing

Cheap vegetable oils

According Isabel Smith, founder of 'Isabel Smith Nutrition': "Soybeans, corn oil … these products are highly processed and they contain large quantities of saturated fats (and a small amount of healthy omega-3 for the heart). And I'm sure you already know all the inconveniences of taking palm oil. "What the nutritionist suggests is to change these products by others coconut or avocado, which has been shown to help you lose weight. And if not, you can continue with the olive of all life, which is a healthy option.


Do you buy it because you think it's better than butter? Well, some They contain trans fats that damage the heart and they are made with processed oils that can be inflammatory. That is, they are directly related to obesity, diabetes, heart disease or cancer.

Mayonnaise light

Dr. Stephanie Middleberg says: "Low-fat foods not only do not taste good but are also full of harmful ingredients such as added sugars, vegetable oils and artificial preservatives."

There are highly processed products that we include in our daily diet without knowing it and that would make the nutritionists scream

They have little nutritional value and decrease the body's ability to absorb fat-soluble vitamins. Eat these products frequently, such as low fat mayonnaise, can cause inflammation, gastrointestinal problems, heart disease and cravings that lead to weight gain"

Gluten-free foods

Today, celiac sufferers have, fortunately, many more products than be able to consume. However, the fact that they do not have this cereal does not mean they are free of calories or fat.

"If you can not eat gluten for medical reasons it's fine," says the doctor Ylise Schapiro. "But buy them only to try losing weight is not effective"

Alternatives to milk

Carrageenan, a commonly used food additive, isIt's a non-digestible polysaccharide It is extracted from red algae and is commonly used as a thickener or stabilizer in milk alternatives. Although it is derived from a natural source, it can be destructive to the digestive system, triggering an immune response that causes inflammation, intestinal irritation and injuries and even cancer.

Flavored yogurts

Sometimes you have a craving for sweets after eating and you think that, better than a piece of fruit, it will be healthier to have a light flavored yogurt. However, according to the nutritionists surveyed, they are not a healthy food. Only the container can have more sugar than a chocolate tablet. If you fancy a yogurt, stay with the natives.

Packaged salads

In general, you would have to tell a big no to all the processed food, although it seems healthy as these foods can be. The dressings of these salads are loaded with sugar, salt and artificial ingredients that you will not find in your kitchen.

And the eggs?

Opt, whenever you can, for those that come from hens that have been raised in liebrtad in front of the cages. Those that have been raised in the first way have a more diverse diet (which means more nutrients). The omega 3 fatty acids and vitamins A, D and E are transmitted to the eggs.