1. Simple Carbohydrates
Simple carbohydrates (also known as refined carbohydrates) are found in foods such as bread, white flour, and rice. When consumed they quickly increase blood sugar levels, which cause more fat to be stored in the body. You should substitute these carbs with whole grains such as whole meal bread and brown rice. You can also get healthy carbs from raw fruit and veggies.
2. Saturated Fats
Eating a lot of fat will make your body fatter. This is simple. Avoid red meat, full cream dairy products, and other foods high in fat. Go for white meat such a chicken instead, as try low-fat dairy products. Go for lean protein foods that can build muscle and burn more calories than saturated fats.
Drinking alcohol can increase fat levels in your bloodstream and make your circulation sluggish. It can also lead to the formation of free radicals within your body, causing damage to otherwise healthy skin cells. Be moderate in your alcohol intake.
4. High amounts of Salt
Eating too much salty food will cause your body to attempt to dilute it by storing extra water within body tissue. This causes more fluid retention and increases cellulite.
5. Last but not least are Sugary foods
Too much sweet and sugary food will cause your blood sugar level to go up, as well as fat storage in your body. Collagen and elastin in your body tissue will be damaged, making your skin less healthy.