Believe it or not, we're almost religiously talking "temptation" here. You need to watch what you're eating as often as humanly possible. Take little breaks, eat your "bad foods," but only about once per week. Do it to reward Ultra Omega Burn yourself for a long week of sticking to your diet and exercise program, and if you do fall of the bandwagon, don't give yourself such "fun food" rewards at all. They're harmless if you just consume them in very low quantities or even moderately, and can be a great reward if you're sticking with your exercise plan and taking it well.
According to current ongoing medical research in both the US and China, supplements may also help prevent weight gain with occasional "cheats"-- and that means occasional! The thermogenic effect of green tea (Camellia sinensis) was originally attributed to its caffeine content. However, green tea stimulates brown fat thermogenesis far greater than a comparable amount of pure caffeine. It appears that the catechin-polyphenols, in particular epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), and caffeine that naturally occur in green tea work synergistically to stimulate thermogenesis and augment and prolong sympathetic stimulation of thermogenesis. It has been shown to increase 24-hour energy expenditure and fat oxidation (caffeine only increases metabolism during the time you take it).