15. Salad dressing
There’s nothing wrong with a light balsamic vinaigrette, but you could be undoing all the positive effects of eating your greens by dumping certain kinds of store-bought salad dressing all over it.
Harvard Health Publishing says bottled dressings are often rich in saturated fat, calories, sodium and added sugar. Think Thousand Island, Three Cheese or Buffalo Ranch.
Caesar salads are considered pretty unhealthy as well, just because of the dressing. Kraft’s Classic Caesar Salad Dressing has soybean oil as well as romano and parmesan cheese. Just 2 tablespoons of the stuff is loaded with 12 grams of fat and 300 milligrams of sodium.
13. Veggie sticks/straws These light and crispy snacks aren’t as nutritious as you’d suppose — just eat your carrots and cucumbers raw instead. While some brands get touted for their smaller fat content compared to … Continue reading These Are The 25 Unhealthiest Grocery Store Items
14. Gummy bears The only protein in these colorful treats come from all that gelatin — gummy bears are primarily made up of sugar. Haribo’s Goldbears, for example, hold 6.9 grams of protein and 46 … Continue reading These Are The 25 Unhealthiest Grocery Store Items
16. Cheetos The popular cheese snack that leaves orange dust on your fingers every time you stick your hand into the bag includes artificial flavors and colorants. They’re also incredibly addictive. Food scientist Steven Witherly … Continue reading These Are The 25 Unhealthiest Grocery Store Items