Unhealthy ‘Health Food’
Many “healthy foods” marketed in commercials and in stores may not be as healthy as you think.
Many low-fat or reduced-fat foods actually have added sugar.
Baked “junk food,” such as potato chips often contain more salt than their non-baked counterparts.
Whether a food is considered “healthy” can be confusing, for example, here are 15 “health foods” that are really junk foods in disguise.
Some think that saturated fats raise cholesterol levels. They don’t, however, according to a Healthline report that exposes many misconceptions of healthy foods.
Another great way to determine if a food is secretly unhealthy is by reading the labels.
Even if you think you’re making health-conscious choices, you may be surprised to see what has been secretly added to your meals.