Avoid these snacks if you want to lose weight

If you look around, you will find plenty of human beings who are suffering from obesity and trying hard to lose weight. To get rid of that, they indulge themselves in regular exercise, follow certain dietary habit, and do some other lifestyle changes. Apart from these efforts they make, diet plays an important role in both gaining and losing weight. A lot of people are recommended to add snacks in their meal to feel satiated for long avoid overeating. But, do you know that apart from preventing you from excessive eating, there are some snacks that increase your calorie intake as well? Yes, you read it right. This can throw you off course when it comes to meeting your weight loss goals. Therefore, here we tell you about such snacks.

Peanut butter: This creamy treat is jam-packed with calories. 2 tablespoon of peanut butter contains around 200 calories.

Dry fruits: Dry fruits taste great and are considered an easy way to add calories and nutrients to your diet. If you are trying to lose weight, it is not ideal to eat dry fruits. Granola: Half cup of granola can have 240 calories, 47 grams or carbs, and 12 grams of sugar. This makes it a strict 'no' 'no' if you are trying to lose weight. Nuts: Apart from being high in omega-3 fatty acids and protein, nuts are high in calories as well.

Cereals: Though considered healthy, cereals are packed with nuts and dry fruits that are high in calories.

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