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You may already know a few that made this list. The others may shock you. Some may be lurking in your refrigerator or pantry!
Clever marketing and tricky wording on food packaging can make unhealthy foods seem better for you than they actually are. Below are some foods choices that you may have thought were harmless—or possibly healthy! This list will make you think twice about what you put in your mouth.
Kristin Kirkpatrick, M.S., R.D., L.D., spells out which foods to steer clear of in her article titled, “5 Foods This Dietitian Would Never Eat”. Read below to find out the five that made her list.
1. Fat-Free or Reduced-Fat Foods
2. Animal Products With “Unnatural” Feed Sources
3 Frozen Yogurt at a Self-Serve Establishment
4. Fiber Bars
5. Specialty Coffee Drinks
Read the full article here.
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