5. Low-Fat Anything
Despite what science and health experts have sold us for years, eating low-fat foods isn’t doing us any favors. In fact, it is increasing our risks for heart disease and high cholesterol levels.
Many low fat foods are void of healthy fats and oils like omega 3s, and are typically replaced with hydrogenated soybean and corn oils found in many processed foods.
Find your balance in 2013 by eating good fats found in foods like fish, nuts and healthy oils like olive and grapeseed.
What foods do you plan to leave in 2012?