The Top 3 Fruits to Never Eat (or feed your family) For Breakfast

Did you know that not all sugar is bad? Some fruits have more “Good Sugar” and are very good for the body, brain, and blood when eaten in the morning. While many of the so-called “healthy” fruits are high in the “Bad Sugar” which causes weight gain and long term disease. That’s why it’s important to know which fruits are high in “good sugars” so you can enjoy them without guilt. And which fruits have “bad sugars” that have been known to increase the signs of aging, cause health complications, and drain you of energy – so you want to avoid these as much as possible…

However, the good news… did you know that it’s possible to activate your body’s fat diminishing fire to burn weight without surgery, pills, or butt busting workouts? No matter your age, it’s never too late to turn it all around, to experience the beautiful body you want, to increase your youthful appearance, and to have enough energy to stay sharp and light throughout the day. I have helped over 105,000 people just like you to make this transformation for themselves – and some of them were even well over their ideal weight, considered “hopeless cases.” And it all starts with NOT eating the wrong foods. However, I have to warn you now, what you are about to learn goes against some of the conventional beliefs about healthy weight loss. It’s likely that you’ve never heard some of this before (the last one is the fruit that shocks the most people).


#3 Grapefruit

Surprised? That’s understandable… Grapefruit has been a “loyal friend” to the innocent dieters of the world. However, a recent study has revealed the hidden fat-storing damage that having just grapefruit for breakfast can have on the body. The research team at Rome Open University conducted an experiment where they took two groups of women who were given the exact diet to eat every day: but with one important difference, the first group ate most of their calories in the morning and the other ate most of theirs in the evening.

The results were shocking! The group who ate most of their calories in the morning lost an average of 3.75 lbs more than those who ate low calorie breakfasts. Not only did they lose more weight, but they also activated their body’s metabolism and lost an average of 33% more from their waistline than the low calorie breakfast group.

Grapefruit is very low in calories: ½ of a grapefruit has only 37 calories. This is not enough to turn on your body’s natural fat diminishing mode and so eating it alone for breakfast can backfire, sending the signal to your body to store fat instead. It’s important to remember that grapefruit has only improved weight loss when it was eaten just before a higher calorie meal. Save the low calorie fruits for lunch and dinner and eat good, higher calorie meals for breakfast.

But of course, not all calories are created equal… Go to the next pale to learn what I mean and to see the #2 worst fruit to have for breakfast…


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