12. Granola and cereal bars
Granola bars might provide you with a nice energy boost on your hikes or at work, but don’t dismiss all those added sugars.
Munching on just two of Nature Valley’s Oats and Honey granola bars ups your fat intake by 7 grams and your sugar intake by 11 grams.
The sugar-free variety that uses sugar alcohols instead can lead to some digestive issues if you consume too much of them.
Beware of the Clif Chocolate Brownie Bar — it’s more dessert than anything else. A single bar is loaded with 5 grams of fat and 21 grams of sugar.
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