Scientists are now claiming that low calorie fat substitute foods can make you put on weight .
The research has uncovered that when we taste diet versions of foods, the body wants lots of calories .
When we eat few calories, our bodies get confused and we eat more.
Replacing normal foods with similar tasting foods with fewer calories sounds like a highly sensible approach to lose weight. However, there is the mind at work too.
When the expected calories are absent then our bodies ability to control food intake may be rendered ineffective.
So, for example, it is healthier to eat cereals than breakfast bars.
When you have a salad, instead of low calorie salad dressing, opt for some quorn or an egg with it.
Instead of dipping your Italian breads in olive oil, opt for balsamic vinegar.
Diet Foods Can make You Out on Weight
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