1. Confectionery. Since they are most often prepared using margarine and confectionery fat, and these are trans fats with which our body cannot cope and stores them in fat cells.
2. Fast food (burgers, chips, fries, pasties, etc.). They also contain trans fats and harmful additives, as well as high amounts of sugar. Sometimes sugar is even added to meat to enhance the flavor
3. Milk chocolate and sweets (especially with fillings). Again, due to the high amount of sugar and trans fats. (The daily norm of sugar according to WHO is 25-50 grams. Chocolate contains about 40 grams of sugar, but do not forget that sugar is found in many foods and even in bread)
4. Sweet soda . In addition to being high in sugar, soda helps the body absorb food faster. It all depends on what you eat with soda.
From prepared food (in the sense, not homemade), fast food and convenience foods. From baked goods, sweets, canned and fried foods, pseudo juices and various drinks, such as cola, carry. And also from any "mishmash" - this is when a lot of all kinds of products are mixed in one dish.
From sweets. This is probably the only type of food that should not be eaten, regardless of the goals of a person, his age, individual characteristics. Everything else depends on the state of health of a person and his goals in terms of health, appearance. Well, on just purely chemistry, such as "cheese", "garlic" and other sauces and from the frequent use of very fatty foods.