The 8 Worst Weight-Loss Breakfast Foods

The 8 Worst Weight-Loss Breakfast Foods

A cream cheese-stuffed toasted bagel is tasty, but it's not a healthy breakfast. "Bagels have four to five servings of carbohydrates and are equivalent to that many slices of bread," writes Shapiro.

Your favorite breakfast cereal has lots of carbs. Because they're little, you probably eat more than one. Popular breakfast cereals have lots of sugar and little fiber.

Despite their small size and low calorie count, breakfast donuts, muffins, and pastries are high in fat, sugar, and refined carbs

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Instead of bacon, egg, and cheese, try hashbrowns! Goodson says "fast-food breakfast sandwiches often contain processed meats, cheese, and high-calorie sauces."

Despite being advertised as "healthy," acai bowls are sugary. "Many bowls have 50 to 100 grams of sugar," Shapiro says. Too much sugar causes weight gain and insulin surges, which increase fat storage, especially around the middle."

A warm stack of pancakes or waffles with maple syrup is delicious, but they usually contain refined wheat and sugar. This breakfast will definitely raise your blood sugar.

Biscuits are high in empty calories and fat. They lack the fiber, protein, and nutrients needed to keep you full all morning.