You will be shocked at the foods every celebrity fitness trainer wouldn't ever put into their mouth.
1. Harley Pasternak: Grapes and Bananas
Harley Pasternak: “No one is going to live a shorter life if they have bananas or grapes. Stick to fruits that either has edible skin, edible seeds, or citrus—bananas do not have edible skin, nor do they have edible seeds really, nor are they citrus. Most of the fiber and nutrients that are in fruit are in a fruit's skin. A banana is just the densest piece of fruit that you can put in your body, and since it doesn't have much fiber, it won't keep you full. Grapes have a special sugar in them called dextrose, which is the highest glycemic sugar that you can possibly put in your body.”
2. David Kirsch: Fried Foods
Jonathan Ross: “Fried foods are completely destructive to the body.”
3. Ngo Okafor
High on the glycemic index.
4. Jackie Warner: Yogurt
Jackie Warner: “If you're looking to lose weight, get away from yogurt completely.”
5. Dairy Products
This could cause intestinal cramping.
6. Cruciferous Veggies
Their sulfur-containing compounds can cause gas.
7. Teddy Bass: Refined Sugar
Teddy Bass: “Our bodies desire fresh, organic foods for energy and fuel.”
8. John Damon: All Soda, Even Diet
John Damon: “Soda just doesn't make sense. It has no redeeming qualities.”
9. 100% Fruit Juice
High in fructose, a sugar that doesn’t digest quickly.
10. Tara Stiles: Alcohol
Tara Stiles: “No one wants to hear this one, but if you want your body to operate optimally and look fantastic — and younger — avoid alcohol.”
High in fats like oils, shortening, cream and butter.
12. Jarett Del Bene: Margarine
Jarret Del Bene: “Margarine is number one on my off-limits list. It's loaded with empty calories and is packed with trans fat, which is the worst fat to consume.”
13. Spicy Foods
Stimulates the digestive system and may cause heartburn.
14. David Kirsch and Valerie Waters: Gluten
David Kirsch: “I try to steer clear of gluten as much as possible — it's awfully bloating.”
15. Jeanette Jenkins, Jackie Warner, and Valerie Waters: Processed Foods, Especially Refined Carbs
Valerie Waters: “If a food item has ingredients you don't recognize or can't pronounce, you probably shouldn't eat it.”
A culprit for stomach upset.