Fitness trainer Rich Barretta believes in eating healthy, well-balanced meals but doesn't believe in trend or fad dieting. "Any diet out there that restricts you from either fats, proteins, carbs—one or all three—is generally not a good diet to be on," Rich says. "You want to find the delicate balance. You should focus more on a lifestyle based on what's reasonable and what you really need to do to get from point A to point B."
Rich takes a closer look at four foods to avoid in order to make a major difference in your body from a health and appearance standpoint.