Hi, I'm Teresa and welcome to my Fresh Kitchen. Today, I want to give you my list of top three tricky foods that actually aren't healthy. The first one, actually, comes from the natural food industry, and it's banana chips. They look so innocent, you'd think they're just bananas, but they're fried in coconut oil, so this one half cup serving is 240 calories. And, I'm not saying this is a healthier option, but to give it some perspective, this is one ounce of potato chips, and it has only 160 calories, plus it actually has less saturated fat, since it's fried in vegetable oil. Your best option, here, to avoid this trick is to go with a regular banana. 100 calories, and still, 12 percent of your fiber needs, so it'll help you stay fuller longer. The next group, we're gonna talk about is protein bars. The performance industry is so good at convincing you that you have to have these products to be your best, but protein bars are all over the map in calorie intake, and they can range from 200 to way beyond. And, sometimes, they only have like 10 grams of protein. So, really, if you're looking for a quick way to refill your protein needs after a workout, try a shake. Check the calorie label, but you can get protein shakes in the hundred calorie range, and they still have over 15 grams of protein. Or, if you're really just looking for a sweet treat to something to make you feel a little bit fuller, try a fiber bar, or a granola bar that has maybe less than 120 calories, but 35 percent of your fiber needs, which will help you stay fuller longer can actually be more satisfying. The last thing we're gonna talk about comes from the weight loss industry and that's when we're dealing with hundred calorie snack packs. And, while portion control is so important when you are trying to lose weight, what's often in these hundred calorie packets is just simple sugar, so it doesn't even scratch or satisfy your urge for a snack. So, instead of having a pre-packaged hundred calorie snack, try something like 15 raw almonds, or a little bit of celery with a tablespoon of peanut butter, because both of these options still have one hundred calories, but they have 5 grams of protein, less than 10 grams of heart healthy very satisfying fats and a little bit of fiber that will help you stay fuller longer.