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12 Worst Fat Storing Foods You Should Never Eat

by Susan · 10 comments

One of the best ways to steer you towards what you should be eating on a healthy weight loss diet is to tell you what NOT to eat first.

Tom Venuto, fitness extraordinaire, came up with this list in his wildly popular fat loss book called Burn The Fat.

I am hoping this list will be a big wake up call for you.

Here are the 12 worst fat storing foods you should never eat:

  1. Ice cream
  2. Fried foods
  3. Doughnuts and pastries
  4. Candy, chocolate & sweets
  5. Soda
  6. Fruit drinks and other sugar-sweetened beverages
  7. Potato chips
  8. Bacon, sausage
  9. White Bread
  10. Hot dogs, fast food burgers
  11. Cookies
  12. Sugary breakfast cereals

BTW, the majority of these foods also contain high fructose corn syrup. Click here to read about how HFCS consumption can lead  to cancer.

I’m really sorry to have to even give you this list.


Because I am 100% certain that your most favorite food (or one of your top favorite foods) is on here.

I really don’t want to have to share news like this with you – I don’t always want to be a downer telling you what you can’t have – things that probably bring you much pleasure in your life.

But I’m still doing it. And the reason is because I care about you and your health. I care about you meeting your fitness and weight loss goals.

I want you to be successful!

So I am sorry if this lists disappoints you but my guess is, on some level, you already knew that the foods on this list were poor choices, especially if you are trying to lose fat.

So, why are you eating them?

In the comments section below please answer the following question:

Question of the day: Why do you continue to eat these foods knowing the negative effects they have on your health, energy levels, and waist line?

Your Friend & Coach,

Susan Campbell, MS, CSCS

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1 Joanne Sharp August 5, 2010 at 11:18 am

Because they taste so good and we learned to eat them when we were young and didn’t know any better!

2 susan August 6, 2010 at 10:52 am

OK, Joanne, valid 30 years ago. You’re not a kid. TODAY, why are you still eating them? With love, of course :-)

3 kelly morgan August 5, 2010 at 11:00 am

no will power. many times I look around the kitchen and the healthier options are not there… I think I buy healthy foods, but I’m not always as diligent as i should be.

4 susan August 5, 2010 at 11:19 am

Hey Kelly, you can’t eat something if it isn’t there. I know it is hard to have a “clean” pantry with kids and a husband, but I recommend not buying the stuff that tempts you. That way, will power only becomes an issue at the store, not during your every day life. Also, try making a grocery list for the week with only healthy options and really stick to it when you go to the store. Then, be in touch with me every day via email or facebook and tell me what you eat. If you need someone to hold you accountable I am up for the job!

Anyone else have any suggestions for Kelly?

Thanks for the comment!

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