Sunday, September 25, 2011

Turn In Those Chips

According to an article in the October 2011 issue of Good Housekeeping magazine, diet experts often say there are no "bad foods" and "good foods." But a new study may have them dropping that wisdom like a hot potato.  When Harvard researchers analyzed dietary patterns and the scale ups and downs of more than 120,000 men and women, they were able to single out specific bad foods responsible for the 3.4 pounds the average American gains over a four-year span.  The diet-disaster list: potato chips, other spuds (french fires were the worst), sugar-sweetened drinks, and red and processed meats.  But the report also included a friendliest-foods list (yogurt, nuts, whole grains, and fruits and veggies) were all associated with weight loss over the same time period.

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