The Food Blacklist - 49 foods you should avoid Food Fri-24-Feb-12 07:44 Share this Otago University researchers have come up with a list of 49 foods you are don’t need.The list will be published today in the NZ Medical Journal.There are usual sugar-filled suspects, but some that took us by surprise too!1. Alcoholic drinks (Water/diet soft drinks)2. Biscuits3. Butter, lard, dripping or similar fat (Lite margarine or similar spread or omit)4. Cakes5. Chocolate6. Coconut cream (Lite coconut milk/coconut flavoured lite evaporated milk)7. Condensed milk8. Cordial (Water/Sugar free cordial)9. Corn chips10. Cream, including crème fraiche (Natural yoghurt, or flavoured yoghurt depending on use)11. Crisps, including vegetable crisps12. Desserts/puddings13. Doughnuts14. Drinking Chocolate, Milo etc (Cocoa plus artificial sweetener)15. Energy drinks (Water)16. Flavoured milk/milkshakes (Trim, Calcitrim or Lite Blue Milk)17. Fruit tinned in syrup, even lite syrup (Fruit tinned in juice/artificially sweetened)18. Fried food (Boiled, grilled or baked food)19. Frozen yoghurt (Ordinary yoghurt)20. Fruit juice, except tomato juice and unsweetened blackcurrant juice (Fresh fruit)21. Glucose (Artificial sweetener)22. High fat crackers (Lower fat crackers)23. Honey24. Hot chips25. Ice cream26. Jam27. Marmalade28. Mayonnaise (Lite dressings/lite mayonnaise)29. Muesli bars30. Muffins31. Nuts roasted in fat or oil (Dry roasted or raw nuts)32. Pastries33. Pies34. Popcorn with butter or oil (Air popped popcorn)35. Quiches (Crust-less quiches)36. Reduced cream (Natural yoghurt)37. Regular luncheon sausage (Low fat luncheon sausage)38. Regular powdered drinks (e.g. Raro) (Water/Diet/Sugar free powdered drinks)39. Regular salami (Low fat salami)40. Regular sausages (Low fat sausages)41. Regular soft drinks (Water/Diet soft drinks)42. Rollups (Fresh fruit)43. Sour cream (Natural yoghurt)44. Sugar (Artificial sweetener)45. Sweets/lollies46. Syrups such as golden syrup, treacle, maple syrup (Artificial sweetener)47. Toasted muesli and any other breakfast cereal with greater than 15g sugar per 100g cereal48. Whole Milk (Trim, Calcitrim or Lite Blue Milk)49. Yoghurt type products with greater than 10g sugar per 100g yoghurt What's your food downfall? Your weakness? Tell us below! You May Also Like Become a fan of The Edge on Facebook and on Twitter .