How Foods Labeled ‘Healthy’ Can Continue To Cause You To Fat

 

Is Sugar Making You Fat? (MYTH BUSTED with Science)

Video taken from the channel: Jeff Nippard


 

Is Health Food Making You Fat?

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Do low fat foods make you fat? A Gift of Knowledge 2009 lecture from UniSA

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10 Foods You CAN’T Get FAT From Even If You Tried!

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These 8 “Healthy” Foods are Making You Fat!

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Low Fat Diet Myths

Video taken from the channel: UW Health


 

9 “Healthy” Foods (That You’re Eating) That Are Causing You To GAIN WEIGHT [High Sugar Foods]

Video taken from the channel: Autumn Bates


TUESDAY, Oct. 17, 2017 (HealthDay News) Be careful when you reach for foods labeled “healthy” new research suggests if they have hidden high levels of sugar, you may snack more later. (HealthDay)—Be careful when you reach for foods labeled “healthy”—new research suggests if they have hidden high levels of sugar, you may snack more later. TUESDAY, Oct.

17, 2017 Be careful when you reach for foods labeled “healthy” new research suggests if they have hidden high levels of sugar, you may snack more later. Prior studies. TUESDAY, Oct. 17, 2017 (HealthDay News)—Be careful when you reach for foods labeled “healthy”—new research suggests if they have hidden high levels of sugar, you may snack more later.. Learn More: Is There Sugar Hiding in Your Food?

Prior studies have shown that sugary foods can make. Be careful when you reach for foods labeled “healthy” — new research suggests if they have hidden high levels of sugar, you may snack more later. Prior studies have shown that sugary foods can make.

TUESDAY, Oct. 17, 2017 (HealthDay News) Be careful when you reach for foods labeled “healthy” new research suggests if they have hidden high levels of sugar, you may snack more later. How foods labeled ‘healthy’ can still make you fat 18 October 2017, by Dennis Thompson, Healthday Reporter (HealthDay)—Be careful when you reach for foods. Public health recommendations for various nutrients have evolved, as reflected by the 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans and the updated Nutrition Facts label. For example, healthy.

TUESDAY, Oct. 17, 2017 (HealthDay News) — Be careful when you reach for foods labeled “healthy” — new research suggests if they have hidden high levels of sugar, you may snack more later. Prior studies have shown that sugary foods can make. (HealthDay News) Be careful when you reach for foods labeled “healthy” new research suggests if they have hidden high levels of sugar, you may snack more later.

Prior studies have shown that sugary foods can make.

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For example, the demand for foods with lower fat content has challenged food scientists to develop food products that contain fat content claims (e.g., free, low, reduced) and certain health claims (e.g., the link between dietary fat and cancer; dietary saturated fat and cholesterol and risk of coronary heart disease).

“Food Analysis” by Suzanne Nielsen
from Food Analysis
by Suzanne Nielsen
Springer US, 2014

Even manufacturers of cereals, bagels, and pasta— which have just traces of fat to begin with—got into the act, slapping “naturally fat-free” on their labels.

“The Sugar Smart Diet: Stop Cravings and Lose Weight While Still Enjoying the Sweets You Love” by Anne Alexander, Julia VanTine
from The Sugar Smart Diet: Stop Cravings and Lose Weight While Still Enjoying the Sweets You Love
by Anne Alexander, Julia VanTine
Rodale Books, 2013

If we read labels on processed foods carefully for saturated fat content, we can avoid those foods.

“Lupus: Alternative Therapies That Work” by Sharon Moore
from Lupus: Alternative Therapies That Work
by Sharon Moore
Inner Traditions/Bear, 2000

Food labels may also include health claims related to their fat content.

“Nutrition: Science and Applications” by Lori A. Smolin, Mary B. Grosvenor
from Nutrition: Science and Applications
by Lori A. Smolin, Mary B. Grosvenor
Wiley, 2019

When companies practice this type of label trickery, when they cram fake sugars into “sugar-free” foods, and way too much real sugar into “fat-free” foods, and trans fats additives into “trans fat–free” foods, and all sorts of junk into “glutenfree” foods, it becomes clear that they don’t care about our health.

“Feeding You Lies: How to Unravel the Food Industry's Playbook and Reclaim Your Health” by Vani Hari
from Feeding You Lies: How to Unravel the Food Industry’s Playbook and Reclaim Your Health
by Vani Hari
Hay House, 2019

Calories from saturated fat, polyunsaturated fat, monounsaturated fat, soluble fiber, insoluble fiber, and sugar alcohol may be declared, but they shall be declared when a claim is made about them.

“Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) TITLE 21 Food and Drugs (1 April 2017)” by Office of the Federal Register (U.S.)
from Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) TITLE 21 Food and Drugs (1 April 2017)
by Office of the Federal Register (U.S.)
Office of the Federal Register, National Archives and Records Service, 2008

For example, several prepared meats can be very high in fat, and the fat in dairy products is labeled differently than fat is described in the Healthy Eating Guidelines (HWC 1990).

“For Hunger-proof Cities: Sustainable Urban Food Systems” by Mustafa Koc̦, Mustafa Koc, International Development Research Centre (Canada), Rod MacRae, Ryerson Polytechnic University. Centre for Studies in Food Security, Jennifer Welsh, Luc J. A. Mougeot
from For Hunger-proof Cities: Sustainable Urban Food Systems
by Mustafa Koc̦, Mustafa Koc, et. al.
International Development Research Centre, 1999

The FDA requires that any label making nutritional claims for the product (such as “high in protein” or “low in fats and calories and free of cholesterol”) must contain “Full Nutritional Labeling,” the listing of serving size and nutrients that now appears on most nutritious foods.

“Tofu & Soymilk Production: A Craft and Technical Manual” by William Shurtleff, Akiko Aoyagi
from Tofu & Soymilk Production: A Craft and Technical Manual
by William Shurtleff, Akiko Aoyagi
Soyfoods Center, 2000

Dietary fats found in processed foods are not healthy.

“The Life Plan: How Any Man Can Achieve Lasting Health, Great Sex, and a Stronger, Leaner Body” by Jeffry S. Life
from The Life Plan: How Any Man Can Achieve Lasting Health, Great Sex, and a Stronger, Leaner Body
by Jeffry S. Life
Atria Books, 2011

Additionally, claims made on packaged foods such “high fiber,” “low fat,” or “less sugar” can make these products sound healthier than they are in reality.

“Handbook of Intellectual Disabilities: Integrating Theory, Research, and Practice” by Johnny L. Matson
from Handbook of Intellectual Disabilities: Integrating Theory, Research, and Practice
by Johnny L. Matson
Springer International Publishing, 2019

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  • It doesn’t matters what food you eat, if you’re in a calorie surplus, you will put on weight. You could just eat fruit but if you’re in a calorie surplus you will still gain weight.

  • Oh wow! There exists another human being who literally eats just like I do. I’ve been watching a few of your videos and love all that you teach. I’ve been following a few of these principles intuitively but to hear you explain the science behind what’s happening is amazing ��

  • So all I need to to do is to avoid things I avoid already? That shouldn’t be that difficult (I sometimes “sin” with deli meat and juice fruit, but no too often).

  • I eat banana Almost everyday like juice with oatmeal sometimes with bread but I’m still losing weight ��‍♀️ even Now I’m going to have banana with whole wheat bread for breakfast

  • To start, I would say that I love your videos. You usually have lots of good information.

    Having said that, I will say thatthis video is dangerous. The danger of sugar does not present in the mere casual consumption. The danger of sugar is in the metabolic affects, and the way that most forms of marketed sugar are not metabolized properly. There are various forms of sugar present in our foods, and the way that most people consume it (and the volume they consume) is NOT healthy.

    There are a variety of factors that consume to weight-gain and obesity, and to say that sugar is not a problem in this epidemic is dangerous. To focus simply on obesity is misleading, as this is not simply considered a catch all for bad health. We have to look at specifics, such as diabetes, stroke and heart disease. It is no wonder that the US is a leader in these being our top killers, as we only have to look at our diet.

    To note, the consumption of sugar at an uncontrolled level along with the consistent elevation of blood glucose is not healthy for most people. Along with diabetes, consistent elevation of blood glucose has varying organ and systemic effects, all the way down to the cellular level with long-term effects on the body. If we look to specific diets we can further see that, given the availability of sugar in various forms in the food market, sugar has become a replacement for many dietary needs when it is not supposed to be.

    I would rethink this video. The information is just plain dangerous and I fear misleading…

  • Oh my god she is soo right I started eatting dates last month. I loved it and stopped eatting kitkat and chocolate after my meal, as a thought I cant go wrong with module dates so I had dates with everything. Sometimes I would pop them in my mouth and feel really good like I am eating healthily. so where can I go wrong. But six extra pounds later on my tummy and thighs I have chosen not to even look at a date again. And just listening to Autumn has confirmed it for me.
    To be honest I couldn’t have 1 or 2 Dates so I just stopped it all togethers

  • Intermittent fasting of 18/6 or 20/4 is the best tool when it comes to weight loss or wellness in general whereby you can eat in moderation everything you like and still lose weight.
    I lost 24 kgs with IF and exercise and feel great. Do IF along with moderate exercise while fasted and keep a check on the amount of something you like to eat.

  • with patience and time you can lose weight. Losing weight was a challenge. but I managed to lose 10 pounds in 2 weeks by following this guide: the2weekdietnow (search it on the internet) you have to download the guide.

  • She overcomplicates things too much. If you’re simply in a caloric deficit then you’ll lose weight, regardless of how much sugar you are or aren’t eating. That’s it.

  • HIgh amounts of carbs or fats will make you fat no matter if its healthy or not. Even if you are on a calorie deficit you will just end up skinny fat at a lower weight.

  • I don’t know what facts you looked up for a mango to have 46g of sugar. Maybe for a processed dried fruit. But for a fresh yellow mango no way or what about a unripe green one that tastes sour. Where did you go to school?

  • Not all epidemiologic research is observational. For example, clinical trials are epidemiologic and one of the strongest forms of evidence.

  • What are some plant based proteins you recommend? ☺️ I do not eat meat and really struggle with knowing which protein is good for me. Thank you for this video. Very helpful info!

  • NO FOOD WILL MAKE YOU GAIN WEIGHT, BEING IN A CALORIE SURPLUS DOES i despise videos like this, you can eat anything you want in moderation, stop giving people negative mindsets when it comes to food and eating, its so beyond dangerous

  • Not bad lecture for 2006 but
    Our indigenous people aborigines here in Australia ate saturated fats from game meant for millions of years They brought there traditional diet here when they migrated here about 60,000 years ago
    From an evolutionary perspective natural fat must then be good Man made transfat bad

  • If you want to be healthy and reverse and/or prevent disease and cancer, eat a Whole food plant based lifestyle. You can eat in abundance and never need to have to go hungry. Look up the starch solution by Dr. John mcdougall.

  • Well, I was actually eating a lot of bananas and other fruit, including pineapple and mango on a 7 day cruise because I didn’t want to gauge myself on the bad food that’s usually served on the ship and when I came back home, everyone told me that I had lost so much weight. So all the free fruit actually helped me and I felt so much better.

  • Hmmm, I’m gonna have to disagree with you on alot of this. I ate 5.6 oz of bananas daily prepping for a bodybuilding show. I also ate a ton of sweet potatoes which added up to much sugar as well. I was easily staying under 10% bodyfat and weight dropped several pounds. I even had great blood work and some of the best cholesterol my doctor has seen. I’ve seen many bodybuilders eat lots of fruit and burn tons of fat. There’s even a bodybuilder who ate fruit only from carbs and was in insane shape. From my experience and seeing what many others eat, while being super lean and drop weight, sugar doesn’t make a big difference as long as calories are in range. I’ve even seen another nutritionist eat snicker bars all day, but stay in a calorie defecit. He wanted to make the point that he’d still lose weight and he did. I’m sorry, but this in no way convinced me that sugar is going to prevent fat/weight loss even if calories are in range. If it does I wouldn’t say its enough to make a big enough difference to care either.

  • Loooove your videos! I watch it for 3 hours ahahahahha, so… Can i have 1/2 banana per day? And 30 gr of outmeal per day instead of Chía! Please let me know!!! ❤️

  • Did he just say… “sugar isn’t linked to type 2 diabetes”?!?!?!?!?!?! HOW??????? Normally a fan of Jeff but he is looking at the wrong sources on this one.

  • Hello there, have you considered Custokebon Secrets yet? Just do a google search search. On there you’ll discover a great guidelines about how you can lost a lot of fat. Why don’t you give it a shot? maybe it will work for you too.

  • Why are people upvoting Mrdubs uncited post?

    Sguar is bad for you because its empty calories, extra calories with no nutritional benefits, not because of some intrinsic property of sugar itself. It’s not a hard fact to deal with, if you’re counting calories its not the end of the world to eat some sugar.

  • Hi, some beans and legumes have around the same NET carbs per 200 calories as vegetables ( around 20 to 25 net carbs per 200 calories). So Does beans keto friendly like vegetables? �� ( hummus ❤️) https://www.myfooddata.com/articles/beans-low-in-net-carbs.php

    https://www.myfooddata.com/articles/vegetables-low-in-net-carbs.php

  • Hey Autumn! Big fan, but a little confused at the moment. This guy’s video I’ve pasted below has a few videos about intermittent fasting. A few of which contradict what you say in your videos.Would you mind watching and clarifying some of these contradictions?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNWhScV5b4g

  • Great videos:3 generally fitness chanel not see the hormonal issue as u do, but I got a question hope u can answer, if u’re in a “bulking” diet is it good to stay in a insulin(fat storage mod)? Or u can build same muscle as u have low insulin peaks?

  • I find the psychology of dieting and fitness fascinating.
    At the moment I’m trying to improve my existing diet but of course it’s hard to figure out exactly which diet is most appropriate. With all the fads competing for space and every website promising results, its hard for me to figure it all out especially considering that I have no higher education.I am of course digging through the scientific literature on the subject but it’s slow going.
    (note: I’m not overweight or obese, in fact I’m about average weight for my age. And when I say I’m looking for a diet I mean the foods I consume throughout my week. Not necessarily a specific diet type (i.e. Atkins, Mediterranean, vegetarian, etc.))

  • I love that I’ve followed and watched your vids for so long that I guessed about 6 of the things you would talk about before I clicked. ���� Love getting the nerdy deets from you. ❤️

  • Do you have any videos on the OMAD diet? I’m really considering it. I don’t get hungry until the evening anyways. I’m doing the 16-8 intermittent fasting currently. Wondering your thoughts on this!

  • I started WW about a year ago. I have always eaten as much fruit as I want. Lost 25 pounds and have been on maintenance for six months.

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  • 1. Dates
    2. Sweeten Yogurts
    3. Mango
    4. Honey & Maple Syrup
    5. Chia pudding at restaurants
    6. Bananas
    7. Protein Bars
    8. Jackfruit
    9. Original Tea and Coffee

  • I feel like you are calling me out by name in this video….I love me some dates…and dried mango…dang sugar you get me every time!

  • It’s annoying people pretend to know more than a professional like you, they just said what the think is true, instead of searching for information and compare. True is that yes, those fruits have a lot of nutrients but at the same time a high amount of sugar, so if you really want to lose weight, you have to avoid them, that´s it.

  • Wanna become skinny, fit, just healthy in general? Eat more whole foods. Fruits, vegetables,,rolled oats, and beans.
    Packaged foods are killing you, once you start eating whole foods such as these and a limit to meats other than protein packed white meat and fish you will become more energized, your skin will become softer, you won’t get as much acne, and you might even lose weight if your diet is calorie controlled.

  • Good thing I dont like any of those fruits, but isn’t fruit like those a better option than other non natural foods? I’d rather someone eat a banana than banana chips or ice cream.

  • its really depend on what company you choose & nutritional facts down there, you mention beans has more sugar and my favorite company has 4g of sugar for every 100g…