Social media bombards us with "health and wellness" advice. It's so overwhelming we don't know where to start or who to trust!
Additionally, many items and businesses claim to be "healthy" or "organic" yet aren't.
Fruit may seem like a weight-loss food, but like green juice, these snacks are heavy in calories.
The benefits of these people have been discussed extensively! While they may have 12 grams of protein, they generally have more fat.
This base for a yogurt or cereal dish is popular, but it's not a good calorie-cutter.
One serving of this granola might have 200 calories, without including toppings.