Eight worst eating habits that could ruin your diet

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Apples are on display at a grocery store in Atlanta, Georgia. Red fruits like an apple can be some of the healthiest foods to eat. The deeper the color, the more effective they are at helping turn off obesity genes. Studies have shown they can help regulate glucose tolerance and insulin. Credit: Ferre' Dollar/CNN

If you are trying to lose weight, experts say you may be hurting your own chances at success.

The Daily Mail came up with the eight worst eating habits that could be limiting your success.

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