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Just Say No!

You may think you can just eat one bite, but once you start you can’t stop.

The advertising slogan for a popular potato chip, “Bet you can’t eat just one” rings true for many. Eat one chip and before you know it, half the bag is gone—even though you weren’t that hungry in the first place.

There’s a phrase to describe this phenomena of overeating just because it tastes good, not because you’re hungry. It’s called hedonic hyperphagia, and it’s the downfall of many a well-intentioned diet. After just one bite, all your good intentions are thrown out the door and you indulge yourself beyond the point of no return.

What is it about potato chips and other junk foods that trigger overeating? A scientist named Tobias Hoch led research comparing the brains of rats that ate rat food to those that ate potato chips and found that the addiction and reward centers lit up more in the rats who enjoyed the fats and carbs of chips. So there is something about junk food makes your brain crave more.

To protect your diet and stay on the right track, here are a few foods you should place on your “Do Not Touch” list.

The only thing I like better than talking about food is eating. - John Walters

1. Soda

Like liquid sugar, soda is full of empty calories that lead to weight gain for kids and adults. One 12-ounce can of soda contains 150 calories that provide no nutritional value. The sugar and acidity of soda is also harmful to teeth and bones. It may be easy to sip on soda throughout the day or with each meal, but the scale will show it. Try unsweetened tea or flavored water for a change.

2. Margarine

Yes, margarine is better for you than real butter, but many varieties of stick margarine are full of trans fat, a fat that raises cholesterol and puts you at risk for heart disease. While one tablespoon contains as many as 100 calories, it can be hard to limit yourself to just one tablespoon. Rather than stick margarine, buy a tub of soft margarine that contains fewer calories and no trans fat.

3. Popcorn

What’s better than munching on popcorn while watching a movie? But beware of movie theater popcorn! Popped in excessive amounts of oil that’s extremely high in saturated fat, it’s nearly impossible to only eat a small handful. Snacking on a medium-sized movie theater popcorn will add 1,200 calories and 60 grams of fat to your diet. (Compare this to three hamburgers or a stick of butter!) You can still enjoy popcorn as a healthy snack. Just be careful to choose low-calorie or light varieties.

4. Processed Sweets

Cookies, mini-muffins, doughnuts, candy, and snack cakes may satisfy your sweet tooth, but they aren’t worth the few seconds of pleasure they offer. Full of calories, sugar, and bad fats that lead to weight gain, inflammation, and low energy, these sweets are better left untouched. One glazed doughnut contains 160 calories, one doughnut hole 52 calories, three Oreo cookies 120 calories, and one Little Debbie snack cake 200 calories. Keep processed sweets out of your kitchen and out of your kid’s lunches. Instead, enjoy fresh or dried fruit for a sweet taste.

5. Pizza

Prepared the right way, pizza can be part of a healthy diet. But eating pizza like that found in most pizza parlors that’s made with a thick white crust, whole-milk cheese, and greasy meat is a recipe for a diet disaster. While high in calories and saturated fat, it’s hard to eat just one slice of this greasy delight. Fortunately, you can still enjoy pizza. However, you’ll need to order it the smart way: thin crust, no meat, and loaded with veggie toppings.