10 Healthy Foods That Are Bad for Weight Loss


2. Cereals

Your favorite breakfast cereal might be doing more harm than good. Even those high-fiber and fat-free cereals might be loaded with dried fruit, which increases the calorie count. Combine the cereal with whole milk, fresh fruits and nuts and you would have consumed your entire day’s calorie allowance in your morning meal.

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