How To Reduce Your Belly Fat By Avoiding These 5 Food Additives
Are you worried that, some of the additives in your food, might be increasing your belly fat? Do you want to learn how to stay away from them and burn your belly fat faster? Here I will try to break down for you, 5 of the major food additives, that you're most likely eating and shed some light on their negative impacts for you.
8 years ago, I had no clue on how to read nutrition labels and never truly understood what food additives were and how they could impact my belly fat results...
I had a massive sweet tooth and growing up, bread and pastas were my staple... The end result? My belly fat looked like a crispy creme doughnut minus the solid visual aesthetic...
Most Australians want to burn their belly fat, because it's a huge pain point and an area of struggle, perhaps even for you... I mean come on, who doesn't love eating crunchy white bread, delicious Italian pizza/pasta and those mouth-watering chocolates?
It seems like everything made tasty makes you fat... Annoying right?
Well these 5 food additives, can definitely increase your belly fat, especially if eaten in large portions consistently.
And my mission is to give you a little awareness, so that in your next shopping trip, you might be able to stay clear from some of them and fill up your basket with some amazing nutritious foods, to help you burn your belly fat faster.
Let's get to number 1 food additive to avoid...
1. High Corn Fructose Syrup
High Corn Fructose Syrup is a sweetener made from corn starch. It's a cheap way to sweeten fizzy drinks, candy, salad dressings, breads, juices, canned fruit and other common products found in your supermarket.
The effects on your belly fat are similar to regular table sugar as they are both broken down by your body into fructose and glucose.
If you eat excess amounts of High Corn Fructose Syrup in your diet, your liver will convert the extra fructose into fat. And if you're as unlucky as me, that will probably be extra belly fat.
In simple terms, try to look at the nutritional info for each product, within the ingredients list and make sure that it doesn't have High Corn Fructose Syrup listed.
Emulsifiers are food additives, both natural and chemical, which are added to create a solid consistency to products and to make them more presentable and to preserve better.
Think of Mayonnaise, which is made using egg yolks, which help it to stay together, creating it's consistency... Without the egg yolks being used as a 'natural emulsifier' the Mayonnaise wouldn't be able to keep it's consistency.