The health and fitness craze that’s swept our nation in the last decade can be seen quite literally across every supermarket and storefront. “Fit foods” emblazoned with “organic,” “low-fat,” “no sugar added,” and best of all, “all-natural” marketing jargon are, for the most part, just marketing jargon.
A lot of the foods we snack on or eat as part of our everyday diet aren’t the beacons of health and wellness we think they are if you take a look at their labels or dive more into what’s actually in the food under the label. Take a look through our list of the worst offenders; these are some of the most common foods we think are healthy but really aren’t. Avoiding these eats can make the difference between slight definition and eight-pack-with-sex-lines abs.