Fake Diet Foods of 2019

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Fake Diet Foods of 2019

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With the new year still in its first month, people everywhere are trying to stick with their new year resolutions. One of the hardest resolutions to stick with might be a new year diet because foods that are actually very bad for the body or are high in calorie disguise themselves as healthy foods.

It is common for people to know that fat free foods are better for a diet, but little people know that these foods are loaded with tons of sugar that should definitely be avoided.

Fruit juice and sports drinks seems like a great alternative to sugary drinks, yet these juices themselves have plenty of sugar to surely ruin a diet.

On television, cereals often disguise themselves as preworkout food and even a great way to start the day, but these foods expose themselves on the back of the box by listing the the sugar and high fructose corn syrup within the cereal.

These foods may appear to be good for the body, but in reality are just as bad as drinking soda or eating candy.