Have you ever eaten something because you thought it was healthy, but later found out that food wasn’t good for you at all? Don’t be embarrassed if the answer is “yes.” Advertising and misinformation surround what we eat and can make every food appear healthy—even if nothing could be farther from the truth. Here are five of the most dangerous foods
Protein bars are basically vitamin and protein-infused candy bars. They seem like a healthy snack replacement, but they can contain more than twice the amount of fat and carbs as a chocolate brownie. To steer clear of needless calories, look for options that have less than 180 calories and 5 grams fat, and provide at least 5 grams of fiber.