The Unhealthiest "Healthy" Foods

Are you being fooled by unhealthy "health" food? Take a look at some of your favorite "healthy" snacks with dietician and STACK Expert Kait Fortunato.

Fat-Free Yogurt

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Fat-Free Yogurt

Like many "fat-free' products, this often contains high amounts of sugar or sodium to make it taste better. This is especially true of yogurt that is fruit-flavored, because it usually contains artificial sweeteners. A good key word for yogurt is "light," meaning it has fewer calories, sugar and fat. The best choice is zero-percent plain yogurt, to which you can add your own fruit. (See The Lowdown on Artificial Sweeteners: Are They Healthy or Dangerous?)

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