Top 5 foods to avoid during winter

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foods to avoid during winter

I personally hate winter. It’s so cold outside and you have nothing to do, unless you really like the snow. And what do you do when you’re bored?

Well, you eat, and, obviously, you grab your comfort food, but almost always it’s bad for your weight and bad for your overall health. So, if your comfort food is in our Top 5 foods to avoid during winter, please take the advice.

Pie – Yes, we already know that it’s everybody’s favorite desert, but it’s filled with sugar and tend to be covered with whipped topping or ice cream. It has indeed good sides, like the antioxidant-rich nuts and healthy fruits that are used to make it, so that’s why we recommend you to only take a slice if you truly can’t refuse the temptation.

Corn on the Cob –  Because outside the temperature is somewhere at 0 degrees, you may imagine that this plant doesn’t produce in winter months. So, it’s not fresh and that’s why we’ve put it in our foods to avoid during winter list.

Bacon – It’s clearly by now that you’d probably think we’re making fun of you, trying to keep you away from all this goodies. But, what is bacon made of? Salt and fat, plus additional cancer-causing nitrates. If you plan to catch Christmases with you grandchildren, avoid from time to time to eat bacon.

French fries – Have you ever wondered why Americans have so high rate of obesity? Well, maybe if we’ve made this Top 5 foods to avoid during winter earlier and they would read it, things would stand differently. French fries are fattening you up more than you know, it’s that simple.

Cheese – Winter is well-known to be the flu season, so if you’re fighting a bug, avoid cheese and any dairy products.

Do you know any other foods to avoid during winter? Let us know, using the comments section below.

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