Do You Know Where Hidden Calories Lie?

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Isn't is downright nasty when you are on diet and you are working out, and eating only healthy foods when you hop on the sale at the end of the week, to find out you gained five pounds? And you're wondering if you grew a third foot overnight, or if one of the kids has snuck a toy somehow into the scale.

You don't know how it happened, but you know you have been doing all the right things, and eating all the right foods. And sometimes you feel like you are starving yourself and can't possibly drink any more lemon water. It just might be that the foods you thought were the right foods to eat on a diet, aren't all they are cracked up to be. By keeping a diet dairy you can find out just what you are eating and how many calories you are consuming.

Here's the lowdown on those so called healthy foods:

While having a salad is a very healthy alternative to lunch, skip putting any kind of nuts on it to add flavor. Nuts are high in calories and high in fat. One ounce of walnuts has a whopping 194 calories. One ounce of almonds has 171 calories. Sunflower seeds have 164 calories in just one ounce.