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Is Kellogg's 2 week challenge. Help to loose weight. please help to clear this confusion.

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Servings that will leave you hungry: In order to hit low calorie counts, Special K uses exceptionally small servings and/or foods that are literally filled with puffed air. While real food like vegetables or a piece of fruit make you feel full, it’s doubtful if Special K’s lineup will do much to satisfy your appetite. Lots of sugar: To make their bars, pastries, and drinks sweet, Special K pours on the sugar. In the items I reviewed, total sugars ranged from 6g-18g per serving and drove 25%-40% of the calorie count. Loads of sodium: If you’re watching your sodium intake, watch out since most of Special K’s items have 125-250mg of sodium per tiny serving. Many “fake” ingredients: From GMOs to artificial colors, flavors, and sweeteners there’s not much about these products that is real. Preservatives and controversial/potentially carcinogenic ingredients: BHT, trans fats, caramel color, TBHQ, and carrageenan are just some of the worrisome ingredients frequently found in the Special K family. So does Kellogg’s provide a responsible action plan for weight-loss? No. Rather than advocate eating more real foods, Kellogg’s has merely taken out their processed food toolbox to profit off the global obesity epidemic they helped to create.
Only this can't reduce your weight. Along with this you should follow other guidelines like eat small amount of food. Avoid fast foods, junk foods. Use unrefined foods but not much. Use extra protein to reduce fat. Add healthy fats in cooking. Avoid smoking, alcohol. Drink plenty of water specially before meals. These are helpful but for more specific about foods for you consult me privately on lybrate.
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