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Smart Weight Loss March 2018

In the March 2018 issue of Smart Weight Loss Tips Mag, learn easy ways to get fit for less money, worthless foods to drop from your diet, no-sweat workouts for body-sculpting, and more. We hope February was good to you and that you're ready to take on the next season. Our team is certainly ready for the change, and we have plenty of new weight loss advice for you at the ready.

6 TOP WORTHLESS FOODS TO

6 TOP WORTHLESS FOODS TO CUT FROM YOUR DIET by Ralph Dozier Follow Us: Want to eat healthier and drop weight? Drop these foods! Here are the top 6 worthless foods picked by a panel of experts, from coaches to nutritionists. Any person who cares about their health knows how important it is to purge the cupboard of added sugars and refined carbohydrates such as your Tropicana and your white bread. Yet, many people still live with the rising dread that they could be accidentally ingesting terrible ingredients that they are not even sure they are terrible, or that they are more terrible than they have allowed themselves to believe. To help with this, a panel of experts was canvassed, from nutritionists to coaches, and asked to pick the foods they think guys should cut off from their diet if they want to drop weight and eat healthier. Below are the top 6 foods that they picked. 8 | March 2018

Here are a few exercises that would help you attain those perfectly toned legs and shed some weight at the same time! CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE 1 ARIZONA ICED TEA This is a great example of a beverage that’s loaded with more sugar than you should take in a day. The beverage is also masked with a healthy “iced tea” label. And while still on it, substitute it with foods that have a lot of fiber in them such as veggies, fruits, whole grains, and beans. 2 NON-/LOW-FAT FRUITY GREEK YOGURTS Greek yogurt has seen quite a buzz, so great for you. Yogurt is actually one of the fastest growing categories under the dairy aisle. However, it has now gone overboard with the pre-blended granola, the sugar content, dessert-like flavors, and other additives, which have pushed all the goodness away from the original Greek yogurt. 3 FLAVORED COFFEE CREAMERS Since most coffee creamers are added to coffee in small amounts, they tend to seem so innocent. But what most people don’t realize is that most coffee creamers contain hydrogenated oils – forms of trans fats that could potentially harm your heart’s health by increasing the amount of bad cholesterol and lowering your good cholesterol levels. They also provide additional, empty calories. Considering that this might be a daily habit for many people, who also take multiple cups of coffee in a day, the small amounts can easily add up to a large health risk. So, skip the creamer and just have your coffee black to make it a bit healthier. March 2018 I 9