10 "Weight Loss" Foods That Don't Work

Rice Cakes Rice cakes are a low-calorie snack. However, they lack nutrition. Low-calorie, nutritionally worthless food is unsatisfying. 

Diet Soda Some evidence suggests that drinking more artificially-sweetened beverages may boost sugar cravings and weight gain.

Low-Calorie Ice Cream There are various "healthy" ice cream products with fewer calories and sugar. However, they are not healthier. 

Veggie Chips The term "veggie" makes a product sound healthful. Unfortunately, vegetarian chips and straws are no healthier than potato chips. 

Skim Milk Fat-free skim milk is frequently considered healthier than full milk. Research shows that persons who eat more full-fat dairy weigh less. 

Celery Juice Celery juicing is a popular weight reduction method. There is no scientific evidence that it works. 

Protein Bars Protein bars appear like a healthy and easy snack. However, many are heavy in calories, fat, and added sugars, causing weight gain.

Diet Shakes Many low-calorie foods include sweets and preservatives that wreck metabolism. 

Apple Cider Vinegar Apple cider vinegar (ACV) is a popular weight-loss food. Some say it reduces appetite and aids weight reduction. 

Coconut Oil Coconut oil is touted for weight loss. Its weight reduction effects are inconsistently supported. 

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