When it comes to losing weight, the common wisdom is that one should include plenty of fruits and vegetables in the nutritional plan. In fact, many diets say that unlimited amounts of fruits and vegetables can be eaten without breaking the plan.
However, it might surprise you to know that not all fruits are optimal for weight loss! In fact, some fruits can even hurt your weight loss efforts, setting you back days or weeks in your progress, or even causing you to gain weight. It seems like a shame to put all of the work and effort and sacrifice into your weight loss journey that is required only to get minimal results, if any at all, simply because you are not aware of the properties that make the best fruit for weight loss, and the properties that make the worst fruit for weight loss.
However, that is no longer a concern once you are educated on the nutritional content that makes the best fruit for weight loss. It is not difficult, in fact it is quite simple
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